One Lump of Stupid or Two, Sen. Cotton

Cotton’s 2024 Goat Rodeo Run

The Pride of Arkansas and noted Free Speech Warrior and Sen. Tom Cotton —who famously has threatened social media platforms that “Winter is Coming”— wants to arrest abortion rights protesters outside the homes of SCOTUS justices:

WASHINGTON — Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., wants the abortion-rights protesters demonstrating in front of the homes of Supreme Courtjustices to be swiftly arrested and prosecuted by the Justice Department

In a stern letter Tuesday to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Cotton slammed “left-wing mobs” that have protested outside the homes of conservative justices after the draft opinion leaked…

Cotton, a potential 2024 presidential candidate, said Wednesday in an interview: “There is a federal law that prohibits the protesting of judges’ homes. Anybody protesting a judge’s home should be arrested on the spot by federal law enforcement. If [protesters] want to raise a First Amendment defense, they are free to do so.”

“Until I take that right away,” he didn’t add but probably thought.

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12 Responses to One Lump of Stupid or Two, Sen. Cotton

  1. schmice3 says:


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  2. He would turn this country into an open-air prison if he could, until he figured out a way to put a roof on it.

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  3. roket says:

    But, but, those are BLM & ANTIFA protesters posing as women.

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  4. genelms says:

    The walking Q-tip fancies himself as the next Theocrat on the court and wants to make sure that he will not have to view or interact with “wee the peeples” when he ventures out of his Georgetown hovel.

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    • No he fancies himself as El Caudillo Maximo Cotton Presidente for Life complete with fancy uniform an a chestful of medals. With the Stars and Bars on his shoulder of course…because he’s a serious treasonweasel

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  5. MDavis says:

    What federal law is he talking about?

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    • MDavis says:

      Looked up 18 USC § 1507 from that letter.
      Didn’t Ginni Thomas promote that very behavior on Jan 6? Did Cotton come out in favor of those protester yet?

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  6. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I believe there’s a law that prohibits trying to influence a judge. Not sure how it applies to judges who made up their minds decades ago.

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  7. laura says:

    Seems a tad excessive to demand people be arrested and prosecuted just for having the bad luck of living in the same neighborhood as the Federalist Society Justices and stepping out their own front doors.

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  8. spotthedog says:

    “This is the police, DROP THE CHALK!!!”

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