Live Q&A at 10:30AM ET: Supreme Court Murder Plot Exposes ‘Extremist’ Double Standard; Gas Prices Are Demolishing Policing

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A murder plot against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was unraveled after police arrested an armed suspect who confessed he was angry over pending court decisions on Roe v. Wade and gun control. The Biden administration has allowed protests against the justices, including at their homes, despite the acts violating the law; and Democrat leaders have largely encouraged the protests. The issue is raising questions over a double standard on what constitutes “extremism,” as the term is being increasingly used politically.

Meanwhile, gas prices are reaching historic levels as they near $5 per gallon nationwide. The rising costs are having a trickle-down effect on everything from shipping prices to public services, and the impact on policing is now coming into focus. Some police departments in the United States are being forced to handle calls remotely, as they’ve already burned through their annual gas budgets.

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