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Sen. reported. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., Expressed her concern Tuesday about the safety of Supreme Court justices, speaking out against the dismissal court’s objections. Blackburn joined “The Faulkner Focus” to discuss the rise of calls for action from the Justice Department to end protests by saying it was “against the law.”
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MARSHA BLACKBURN: One thing we know is that the left is angry because the Supreme Court is doing their constitutional work, and so they called this meeting today. As far as we know, the left wants a court, and they are angry that this is not a court. Kind of, the protection of the judges Which is the number one in discussion. And you and I that I talked to, going to the judges ’houses, approaching them, trying to make a decision, the way they treat themselves, there’s a way against the peace. There is way of not contradicting. What we see from the left now is what you shouldn’t do. I care deeply about the safety of our judges and their families, whether they are at home or out for dinner.
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