Rachel Campos-Duffy Argues Pelosi is ‘Sending a Message’ to Justices Waiting on Security Bill

Friday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed FOX and Friends Weekend co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy to discuss Nancy Pelosi’s decision to wait on the Supreme Court protection bill that would give security to justices and their families, just days after a gunman threatened Justice Kavanaugh and as protestors march outside of the house of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. 

Duffy argued that Pelosi is “trying to maximize” pressure on the justices by threatening them and their families in an effort to “send a message to them that this is what your life will be like if you dare to overturn Roe v. Wade.” Duffy suggested that the bill could be on the president’s desk right now with Kevin McCarthy saying it could pass the House with unanimous consent, and will likely pass the Senate as well. With Pelosi claiming to be working on expanding security to clerks and staffers, it makes her decision to wait appear “shady.” 

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