Vows Supreme Court ‘Roe’ Leak Investigation

  • Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio — the soon-to-be chairman of the House Judiciary Committee — fully intends to investigate the origins of the Supreme Court leak from last spring.
  • “Dozens and dozens of churches were attacked, dozens and dozens of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers were attacked, protests occurred at Supreme Court justices’ homes, and there was an assassination attempt on Justice [Brett] Kavanaugh,” said Jordan, according to the Times.
  • “But to date, in this Congress, not one hearing in the House Judiciary Committee about that leak. Not one hearing,” added Jordan.