Sen. Cotton Unleashes on Garland: ‘You Should Resign in Disgrace!’

Sen. Cotton unleashed on Attorney General Merrick Garland during a Senate hearing this week over his targeting of parents in school board meeting, telling him, “You should resign in disgrace!”

Cotton, usually a mellow fellow among the blowhards in Washington, made an exception after Garland’s latest stunt that targets parents objecting over critical race theory and transgender concerns as potential “domestic terrorists.”

The issue started after the Nationals School Board Association sent the Biden administration a letter asking for support over parent criticisms in school board meetings. The letter specifically expressed the idea of treating such parents as domestic terrorists.

Garland then sent a memo to the FBI, advising them to move forward in response to the letter.

The pushback was so strong that even the liberal school board association soon apologized. But Merrick? Not a chance.

He said he had nothing in his letter to apologize for. He also  has no plans to rescind his letter, even after the school board apologized and he admitted he had not conducted a thorough investigation before sending the memorandum.

If cancel culture can target an actor over some minor criticism, is it too much to ask for Garland to be cancelled over his treatment of America’s parents? Apparently so if you’re a liberal, but as Cotton notes, thank God he’s not on the Supreme Court.

Check it out for the full comments in the video below.


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