Chief Justice Roberts: Obama's Attack on the Supreme Court at SOTU Was "Very Troubling" (Video)

Chief Justice Roberts responded this week to the unprecedented attack by Barack Obama on the Supreme Court at the State of the Union Address this year.
Via BreitbartTV:

Chief Justice Roberts: “The image of having the members of one branch of government standing up, literally surrounding the Supreme Court, cheering and hollering while the court — according the requirements of protocol — has to sit there expressionless, I think is very troubling. And, it does cause me to think if it makes sense for us to be there.”

Barack Obama attacked the Supreme Court during his State of the Union Address this year:

Justice Alito disagreed.

For the record… When Obama attacked the Supreme Court at his hyper-partisan State of the Union address he relied on an old Jim Crow law to make his point.
Via Rhymes With Right:

Yeah, that is right. Barack Obama stood before the people of the United States and praised legislation introduced by a fellow Democrat who preceded him in the US Senate, one of the most vile enemies of African-Americans to ever serve in the United States Senate, a despicable man who owed his election to public office to his participation in an armed assault upon a body of black soldiers during Reconstruction and the lynching of several of these soldiers, and a dangerous demagogue who was censured for his physical assault of another Senator on the floor of the US Senate and barred from the White House over the incident.

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