Chief Justice John Roberts: We Need Judicial Security
After a year of liberals trying to intimidate Supreme Court justices, Chief Justice John Roberts has had enough.
The SCOTUS shouldn't have to endure another year like 2022 anytime soon.
The 5-4 ruling in June that reversed the nationwide legalization of abortion sent off a yet-to-end avalanche of illegal protests and violent activities from liberals.
He thanked Congress for the security they did provide the Supreme Court but emphasized that security needs to continue to be taken seriously if angry liberals are going to keep up their tirades whenever they get fussy about something, which is often, referencing a historic moment in American civil rights history, saying:
The law requires every judge to swear an oath to perform his or her work without fear or favor, but we must support judges by ensuring their safety. A judicial system cannot and should not live in fear. The events of Little Rock teach about the importance of rule by law instead of by mob.