Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the SCOTUS Ethics Probe: “The U.S. Senate Cannot Tell the Supreme Court How to Micromanage Themselves”

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 21: Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) speaks during a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on September 21, 2021 in Washington, D.C. The hearing is titled Big Data, Big Questions: Implications for Competition and Consumers. (Photo by Ting Shen-Pool/Getty Images)

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), member of the Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee, Judiciary Committee, Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Armed Services Committee, and author of, The Mind of a Conservative Woman: Seeking the Best for Family and Country, joined the Guy Benson Show to talk about the latest probe into the Supreme Court and the ongoing ethics investigation. Sen. Blackburn talks about the partisan nature of these investigations, and she also talks about the subpoenas she is fighting to issue as a response.  Benson and Blackburn also talk about the new border numbers and why she supports the impeachment of Sec. Mayorkas. Listen to the full interview below.

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Blackburn had this to say about the latest on the Democrats’ Supreme Court ethics probe:

“The U.S. Senate cannot tell the Supreme Court how to micromanage themselves. And the Supreme Court has the ability to do their own code of ethics… they want to know why you would go after conservative justices, but you would not go after a justice like Sotomayor when it is not only the justice, but her staff who have not reported the activity.”