The Supreme Court justice was called out for "a shameless lifestyle underwritten for years by a gaggle of fawning billionaires."
The Senate Judiciary chair condemned the justice for criticizing lawmakers considering legislation that would impose ethics standards on the embattled court.
“Consistent with CDC guidelines, I’ll quarantine at home and follow the advice of my doctor while I work remotely,” the senator said.
“We do not believe the Committee has the authority to investigate” Crow’s friendship with the Supreme Court justice, the GOP billionaire's lawyer said.
The CNN anchor referred to Democrats as "very ginger and very polite" when it came to the late Supreme Court justice's potential retirement.
“We are counting on you” to reform or nix the blue slip courtesy being abused by Republicans, they said to the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman.
"Mom’s rent, family tuition, vacations and gifts — and secret? Any other government employee would be fired," one Democratic senator said.
Democrats are scheduled to hold a hearing into the court's ethics woes on Tuesday morning.
The letter comes after the chief justice refused to appear to testify as Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch come under fire for disclosure lapses.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chair has asked Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to testify about Thomas' undisclosed ties to a GOP billionaire.