Conservative Matt Schlapp wants to impeach conservative Chief Justice John Roberts
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On Monday, the United State's Supreme Court left in place a decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to count mailed ballots that arrive within three days of the election.


Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three remaining liberals in the court on the decision.

That, argued American Conservative Union chief Matt Schlapp, who puts on the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), was grounds for impeachment.

This was not the first time Sclapp has suggested impeaching Roberts, who was nominated by Republican President George W. Bush.