I don't see the judge being impeached anytime soon for failure to support gun rights. The politics work against that happening.
The gun rights part wasn't the point or area of concern I was looking at.
If I read everything previously posted correctly, then Judge Kendall has basically refused to follow the orders of superiors.
In my job if I do that, I get fired. They call it insubordination. It also occurs the same way in the Armed Forces.
Isn't there something similar for judges?