Mullin Combats Intimidation Tactics of Pro-Abortion Activists
Washington, May 12, 2022
This week, Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) took action to combat the intimidation tactics of pro-abortion activists in the wake of the unprecedented leak of a draft decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson case before the Supreme Court.
“The same party and administration that wanted to convince the public that Republicans undermined the rule of law are now openly intimidating the third branch of government or supporting the efforts of those who do,” Mullin said. “It’s disgraceful. The DOJ must immediately tell the public how they plan to handle this violation to ensure the continued safety and security of our Supreme Court justices and help restore faith in our constitutional process.”
Mullin joined Rep. Claudia Tenney (NY-22) and nearly 50 of his House Republican colleagues in sending a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland yesterday, demanding enforcement of the law and action against those intimidating Supreme Court Justices.
The letter highlighted the need to zealously guard the First Amendment, while also ensuring judges are not intimidated by mob rule. Since the leak of the decision, mobs of protestors have swarmed the homes of Justices Alito, Kavanaugh, and Roberts.
In addition, Mullin joined Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) and 39 Republican colleagues in introducing a congressional resolution condemning the intimidation tactics used by pro-abortion activists. These tactics include a nationwide spate of violence, property damage, threats, trespassing, and church service disruptions.
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