Florida AG slams Biden for holding first Supreme Court commission meeting virtually
Added 05-13-21 07:29:02pm EST - “Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody ripped the Biden administration on Thursday after officials announced that the first meeting of the president's Supreme Court commission would take place in a virtual format.” - Foxnews.com
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Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody ripped the Biden administration on Thursday after officials announced that the first meeting of the president’s Supreme Court commission would take place in a virtual format.
Moody targeted Biden in response to a notice from General Services Administration, which described the commission’s meeting as a "public virtual meeting" to be held May 19. The Florida attorney general called on the president to allow public access to the commission’s proceedings.
"[email protected], America is not fooled," Moody wrote on Twitter. "You cannot legitimize a gross partisan attack on our nation’s highest court by assembling a group on ZOOM! Our country deserves more than a basement broadcast."
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