Monday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed Rep. Nancy Mace (R – South Carolina) to discuss the protests and expected blockade at the Supreme Court ahead of the Roe v. Wade decision along with her “cautious optimism” heading into Tuesday’s election.
Mace, whose house was vandalized with antifa symbols and profanity last year, shared that the experience for her and her family was scary, acknowledging the threats facing Supreme Court Justices today. She argued that no one should be surprised that Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, and Joe Biden are doing nothing to protect the judicial branch and our Supreme Court Justices. Mace explained that she wants to know where Homeland Security and the FBI are in protecting our Justices, the institution, and the American people.
Mace asserted that every crisis this country faces is a crisis of Joe Biden’s “own creation.” She noted that we need strong leadership now and cannot wait for the Republican majority to come after the midterm elections. In her own election on Tuesday, Mace shared that she is “cautiously optimistic.”