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Amid DOJ Failure to Enforce Law, Supreme Court Requests More Help


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The United States Supreme Court has asked Congress to increase funding to help protect the Supreme Court justices.

The court’s budget request asks for $5,897,000 for the “expansion of protective activities” and a separate increase of $585,000 for new IT security positions in “cybersecurity, software development, and network engineering.”

“This request would expand security activities conducted by Supreme Court Police to protect the Justices,” the protective activities request says, before specifically citing the presence of threats to the justices.

“On-going threat assessments show evolving risks that require continuous protection,” the request continues. “Additional funding would provide for contract positions, eventually transitioning to full-time employees, that will augment capabilities of the Supreme Court police force and allow it to accomplish its protective mission.”


The Supreme Court did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Daily Signal.

The move comes amid ongoing protesting at the homes of the justices in violation of 18 U.S. Code 1507—protesting that has taken place since the leak of the draft opinion indicating that the monumental Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade would be overturned.


Some justices deserve more protection than others if you're a leftist...

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