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Pro-abortion activists plan to block Supreme Court, trying to thwart predicted overthrow of Roe v. Wade

by | Jun 10, 2022

By Dave Andrusko

This week we’ve already seen a planned assassination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh thankfully foiled. Also, this week, The Epoch Times published more details about the plans of Shut Down D.C. to block access to the Supreme Court in Washington on June 13. “The plan based on footage it obtained from a Shut Down D.C. meeting online,” according to reporter Jackson Elliott.

“In online meeting footage obtained by The Epoch Times, the group announced that it planned to seal off all three vehicle entrances to the court so justices wouldn’t be able to get in and announce a decision that might overturn Roe v. Wade,” Elliott wrote.

“Goal is to create a decision dilemma, presenting the court, Congress, and law enforcement (and the political leaders that oversee them) with three unacceptable (to them) options,” a video slide made by the activists reads.

Elliott explained that the group’s presentation says it 

would either stop Supreme Court justices from entering the court, “continue to escalate the crisis in democracy” by making police remove the demonstrators by force, or make the government implement its demands.

Micaiah Bilger reported that “About 60 people participated in the online meeting from several activist groups, including Showing Up for Racial Justice D.C. (SURJ-DC), Rainforest Action Network and SCOTUS6, which is affiliated with Ruth Sent Us, according to the report.”

Here’s more from The Epoch Times:

Activist group Ruth Sent Us published the home addresses of the Supreme Court justices and asked people to protest there. Many walked by the homes of the six conservative justices, yelling obscenities at them and their families.

Protesters in the Shut Down D.C. meeting also suggested that their actions might not be constitutionally protected.

“We may talk about some action ideas that stretch the bounds of constitutionally protected speech,” one activist said on the video call.

Categories: Roe v. Wade