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Last week a man armed with a gun, a knife, and burglary tools was arrested near the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in the early morning.

The Senate recently passed the bipartisan “Supreme Court Police Parity Act of 2022” by unanimous consent. The bill would allow the Supreme Court of the United States Police to provide the families of Supreme Court Justices with around-the-clock security protection

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But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has “no plans” to bring the bill to the floor, and Cindy Axne has been silent on the issue.

NRCC Comment: “Nancy Pelosi and Cindy Axne are fine with political violence as long as it’s targeting conservatives.” – NRCC Spokesman Mike Berg

Author: Press Release

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