Schumer stressed that although he was sorry about the comments, he did not mean to interfere with judicial independence. "These bully tactics need to be stopped". While there is nothing unusual about various groups rallying for their cause outside the Supreme Court, what was unusual and unprecedented was Schumer's pointed threats directed at Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh.
The case, June Medical Services LLC v. Russo, concerns a law that requires doctors in Louisiana that provide abortions to have admitting privileges in case of a patient having issues during or after the abortion procedure. "You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price", he said of the two justices appointed by President Donald Trump.
"I'm from Brooklyn. We speak in strong language", he said. "Are we going to give up or waiver when things get tough?" We will stand with American women. "Now, what will remain long after the clamor over my comments dies down is the issue at hand, a woman's constitutional right to choose and Republican attempts to invalidate it".
Vice President of Government Affairs Scott Parkinson also suggested that Schumer might have done grave damage to his career by making direct threats to the justices. "They did not come out the way I meant to". "Republican state legislatures are restricting a woman's right to choose so severely as to make it nonexistent, and the courts are now likely to go along because Senate Republicans have confirmed nominees they believe will strip away women's rights and fundamentally change this country". Chuck Schumer (D-NY) publicly threatened Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh while speaking to a crowd of abortion supporters, as evidenced in a widely shared video clip of his remarks.
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During his floor speech Thursday, Schumer backed down.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. issued a rare rebuke, saying Schumer's comments were "not only inappropriate" but "dangerous". "All members of the court will continue to do their job, without fear or favor, from whatever quarter", he said in a written statement. This is what Chuck Schumer just did.
Schumer's remarks on the steps of the Supreme Court were supposed to be a reference to Kavanaugh's warning to Democratic senators about the fight over his record in 2018 at his confirmation hearing, "You sowed the wind. Disgusting, shameful, and frankly, WEAK", Hawley wrote in a tweet. When called on his menacing remarks, rather than apologize, Schumer brazenly lied about what he had done.