In The Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Wednesday Cruz Garland was a former federal judge, whose nomination to the Supreme Court had been blocked by Senate Republicans. He claimed that Garland and his DOJ were guilty of making threats against the justices. “did nothing.”
Garland quickly dealt with Cruz’s claims and remarked that he’d done something no other attorney general in the Justice Department’s history had done before: He ordered U.S. marshals to protect justices’ homes.
“Senator, you asked whether I sat on my hands, and, quite the opposite, I sent 70 U.S. marshals to defend… ,” Garland has responded previously Cruz He interrupted him again with a question.
Watch more exchanges below.