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Pro-abortion group targets another Supreme Court justice and her family

by | Jun 10, 2022

By Dave Andrusko

One day after Nicholas John Roske sought to give his life “meaning” by attempting to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, pro-abortion thugs gathered Thursday evening outside the homes of Supreme Court justice Amy Coney Barrett. She lives there with her husband and seven children.

“Pro-Choice Group ‘Ruth Sent Us’ Suggests Targeting Amy Coney Barrett’s Children” was the headline on the National Review Online article today. Arjun Singh writes

The pro-abortion group ‘Ruth Sent Us’ suggested targeting the children of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett with protests against the court’s leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

The group tweeted an infographic with the name of Barrett’s church. It also identified the school that Barrett’s children attend, and encouraged protesters to “voice your anger” by demonstrating there.

The graphic also stated that a protest would be organized there every Thursday evening. The tweet was posted in response to another tweet by ‘Duty to Warn,’ an anti-Trump group, which quoted Barrett as saying that “a legal career is but a means to an end and that end is building the Kingdom of God.”

As we wrote yesterday, beyond giving his life “purpose,” why Justice Kavanaugh?

Court documents state that Roske was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision to possibly overturn Roe v. Wade and concerned that Kavanaugh would vote to overturn gun laws.

Roske “was detained around 1:50 a.m. after making threats against Kavanaugh, according to an FBI affidavit filed in federal court in Maryland,” the Washington Post reported. “The suspect was transported to Montgomery County Police 2nd District in Bethesda, Maryland, Supreme Court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe said.”

He is charged with attempt to murder a Supreme Court justice. Roske’s preliminary hearing was scheduled for June 22.

Roske claimed he had found Kavanaugh’s address on the internet. Kavanaugh’s address was posted by Ruth Sent Us on May 4.

Ruth Sent Us has called for “non-stop protests against the Court’s six conservative justices,” Singh wrote. “After Politico published a draft of a majority opinion in the Dobbs case, written by Justice Samuel Alito, which would overturn the controversial 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion across the United States, the group published the home addresses.”

The Senate quickly passed a bi-partisan bill that” would legally mandate the U.S. Supreme Court police to provide 24-hour protection of the justices and their dependents, akin to the kind received by cabinet secretaries and members of the congressional leadership,” Sigh reported. “However, the bill’s passage has been stalled by the Democratic-led House of Representatives, where Speaker Nancy Pelosi has rejected some of the bill’s language. ‘Nobody is in danger over the weekend because of our not having a bill,’ she said.”

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