January 6 Committee Decries Protests at Election Officials' Homes; Silent on Protests at SCOTUS Justices' Homes

January 6 Committee Decries Protests at Election Officials' Homes; Silent on Protests at SCOTUS Justices' Homes


The January 6 Committee opened its fourth public hearing Tuesday with complaints about protests at the homes of election officials across the country, while saying nothing about protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) condemned then-President Donald Trump for not condemning the 2020 protests, without noting the fact that the Biden White House has specifically encouraged protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices, against existing federal law.

Moreover, Biden has never personally condemned the attempt assassination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. A White House official tried to claim otherwise, but Biden’s condemnation came through a White House spokesperson.

Actually there is a difference. https://t.co/kzA3CVD4OU pic.twitter.com/Gdwz7Ly4fI

— Jesse Lee (@JesseLee46) June 21, 2022

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