‘Voices of rage’: Angry pro-abortion protesters march on homes of Justices John Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh

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Dozens of loud, angry pro-abortion extremists marched to the D.C. homes of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts on Saturday in what critics say was a blatant attempt to intimidate the justices into submission.

Yet Saturday’s march marked only the beginning of what some suspect will be a lengthy spring of loud demonstrations and possibly worse outside the justices homes, all of it tacitly endorsed by an administration that appears to care more about political advantage than decency and the law.

Photos and videos from Saturday’s march showed some of the extremists holding up signs that read “don’t tread on my choice” and “my body my choice,” messages that critics note are in direct contradiction to what the left had preached in regard to the COVID vaccine.

Other extremists held up signs that read “an abortion saved my family” and “abortion is healthcare, healthcare is a right.”

The extremists could likewise be heard chanting “keep abortion safe and legal,” “‘pro-life is a lie, you don’t care if people die,” “we will not go back” and “no uterus, no opinion.”

According to reports, the extremists first gathered in Chevy Chase, a neighborhood in northwest D.C., after which they marched to Kavanaugh’s home, then to Roberts’ home and then finally back to Kavanaugh’s home.

In addition to holding up signs and chanting slogans, the extremists also used chalk to draw coat hangers on the pavement in front of the home.

See more footage from the protests below:

In fairness to the extremists, they abstained from acting out violently, and most of them dispersed when ordered to by the authorities, although some did stay and argue.

But as noted earlier, Saturday’s protest appears to just be the beginning, and in fact another set of protests outside the Supreme Court justices’ homes — including this time the homes of Justices Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas — is scheduled for May 11th.

As previously reported, last week the radical far-left group Ruth Sent Us published the home addresses of all six justices and began signing up attendees to protest outside the homes.

“ANNOUNCING: Walk-by Wednesday, May 11, 2022! At the homes of the six extremist justices, three in Virginia and three in Maryland. If you’d like to join or lead a peaceful protest, let us know,” the group’s website reads.

Included on the website is a Google MyMap in which the address of each justice is marked with a pin.

Moreover, according to legal scholar Jonathan Turley, several high-profile individuals, including at least one member of the establishment press, have warned that “we are just getting started” and called for the justices to be bullied even “harder.”

Turley describes these as the “voices of rage addiction” and notes that they’re being bolstered by an administration that’s turning a blind eye to what’s happening — both the leaking of a potential Supreme Court decision, and the aftermath.

“[T]he Biden administration and the Justice Department have condemned the court’s leaked draft [ed. note: the draft itself, not the actual act of leaking] — but not the threatened protests at justices’ homes, even though those arguably could be treated as a crime,” he wrote on Saturday for The Hill.

“Under 18 U.S.C. 1507, it is a federal crime to protest near a residence occupied by a judge or jury with the intent to influence their decisions in pending cases, and this case remains pending.”

But again, the administration doesn’t seem to care.

Nor does the press.

The Washington Post eagerly published a profile Saturday of Kavanaugh’s neighbor, a left-wing extremist herself who’s “rall[ying] for abortion rights” by organizing protests outside the justice’s home.

“Even if she and the Kavanaughs don’t know each other personally, she thinks it’s important for him to hear that people in his own neighborhood vehemently disagree with him,” the piece reads.

“She’s furious at the thought of a world without Roe — that a few mostly male justices are making that decision for millions of women, and that Kavanaugh, who has been accused of sexual assault, which he denied, could be one of them.”

Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accuser has been thoroughly discredited, but the Post conveniently neglected to mention this.


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