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GOP Sen. Kennedy: Roberts ‘Flip-Flopped’

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox Data Channel’s “The Story,” Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) accused Supreme Courtroom docket docket docket Chief Justice John Roberts of flip-flopping by ruling in favor of inserting down Louisiana’s abortion statute after he voted to uphold the “an comparable statute, an comparable draw as shortly as further,” in Texas wen the courtroom docket dominated 4 years so far.

Kennedy acknowledged, “The tactic bothers me as fairly heaps on account of the tip consequence. The chief justice related this second joined with the 4 liberals on the courtroom docket to strike down the Louisiana statute. 4 years so far, in a case out of Texas, an comparable statute, an comparable draw as shortly as further, the chief justice voted with the conservatives. Immediately, he voted with the liberals. He modified his vote. He flip-flopped. He flip-flopped like a banked catfish. And that’s why I say the tactic worries me as fairly heaps on account of the tip consequence. Ensuing from this so many individuals suppose the — that our federal courts, our federal judges have flip into nothing nonetheless politicians in robes. Now, the chief justice famously says incessantly that he’s merely an umpire, all he does is title balls and strikes. Successfully, 4 years so far, he sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes also called a ball. Immediately, an comparable pitch, he sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes also called a strike.”

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