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Sen. Cotton to Garland: ‘Thank God You are Not on the Supreme Court’

Sen. Cotton to Garland: ‘Thank God You are Not on the Supreme Court’

“You should resign in disgrace, Judge.”

Professor Jacobson thanked Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for keeping now-AG Garland off the Supreme Court when President Barack Obama nominated him to replace Justice Antonin Scalia.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) repeated the professor’s words after a heated exchange during a hearing.

Cotton slammed Garland for using the DOJ’s National Security Division to hunt concerned parents.

Cotton reminded Garland the division is needed to chase “jihadists and Chinese spies.”



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Worst Attorney general in modern history.

Part of the worst administration in modern history.

Department of [Social] Justice anywhere is injustice everywhere.

All sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Garland said the Feds are going to be at local school board meetings to prevent violence against school officials. That’s like the Black Panthers standing out in front of polling places with night clubs to prevent whites from committing violence against blacks when they come to vote.

Maybe they will have armed Federal Swat Teams standing between the
parents and school board members. They could even have Hannah Gutierrez-Reed load their guns for them.

    Paddy M in reply to UserP. | October 27, 2021 at 2:23 pm

    Cotton claimed that FIB agents contacted him with their concerns about Garland’s little missive . Funny how the “good” FIB agents never do or say anything publicly that would put their pension at risk. They’ll gladly intimidate parents at a school board meeting and kneel for BLM though.

Garland is in over his activist head

Posturing seems to be big on both the left and the right now.

It used to be that the left did soap opera, and the right did amusement at what the left was saying and doing.

The left relied on feelings, and the right relied on thought.

Now they’re both doing soap opera – trust your feelings, thought unnecessary. Outrage is the great positive force.

The trouble is that thought is what kept structures from collapsing when feelings suggested something fatal to them.

Now we’re just choosing the form of collapse for every convention.

All because of business model dynamics – you need clicks, and outrage gives the most clicks.

I suggest the right go back to amusement with the left.

This will all be forgotten anf Garland will continue with his sedition.

Anf Pete Butthead will be nominated for the Supreme Court.

Just heard the exchange on the Clay and Buck show. Sounded good, Garland certainly needs to go, but nothing will come of it. This is just a minor blip on the radar.

Jack Posobiec – “Multiple sources confirm Jill Biden has asked about using 25th Amendment to get rid of Kamala Harris”

    JHogan in reply to Neo. | October 27, 2021 at 3:54 pm

    Where ‘asked’ = ‘lobbied’.

    Christopher B in reply to Neo. | October 27, 2021 at 4:25 pm

    I’m not a Constitutional lawyer (nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night) but off the top of my head there is nothing in the Constitution, including the 25th Amendment, that provides for the removal of the Vice-President.

Mitch McConnell God

This story is grossly under reported, how does Mc Cabe retire scot free? How does the DOJ, FBI and IG blow a case of lying to the FBI, leaking infornmation plus other crimes?. Was is purposefully done to protect McCabe, was McCabe going to leak secret FBI infoif he didn’t get all his expenses and pension paid? Did the DOJ get outlawyered by McCabe?

Comanche Voter | October 27, 2021 at 4:13 pm

I can’t see why Tom Cotton didn’t come out and say what he really thought of this l ying dissembling senile old slug.

Garland in full Garfinkle mode. If any chutzpah he would change name back to real name.

Garland is a LSOT! He’s either dumber than a pile of rocks or just plain evil.

Cotton, Cruz and Hawley all took a pound of flesh, or more, each. Garland looked like he was going to cry at times.

Lucifer Morningstar | October 27, 2021 at 7:07 pm

Would someone please explain to me why Cotton is continually referring to Garland as “Judge”?

    Because a-hole would be an insult to a useful body part.

    Because Garland is entitled to be called “Judge” for the same reason someone who held rank in the military and has an honorable discharge is entitled to use their rank. Garland was a Federal Judge in good standing when he left the bench so he will forever be entitled to the honorific “Judge”.

      Sort of like the way Jill Biden gets to be called Doctor? /s

      Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Gremlin1974. | October 28, 2021 at 12:46 am

      Ok, I guess that makes sense in a way. But I certainly wouldn’t be referring to him with the honorific “Judge” in that particular setting. Especially since he was not speaking as a “Judge” but as the Attorney General of the United States. I would refer to him as “AG Garland” or “Attorney General Garland” or some other manner to make it clear he was speaking as Attorney General of the United States and not simply as a judge. Just my 2¢

Probably, most likely, I believe definitely, the reason Garland isn’t on the SCOTUS is because Mitch McConnell refused to let him be a justice on the SCOTUS.
Fot that, I thank him.

Senator Cotton is 100% on the mark-Garland would have been a radical, not just a liberal on SCOTUS