This week, a pro-abortion protester who was at a demonstration outside of Justice Kavanaugh’s home attempted to break-in.  He later admitted that he intended to murder Kavanaugh.

The FBI and law enforcement officials have come under intense scrutiny for failing to protect Supreme Court Justices.

There are laws on the books that make it illegal to protest outside of a judge’s house to attempt to sway them when making a legal decision.  Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland could have enforced those laws and prevented the attempt on Kavanaugh’s life.

Liberal politicians have also come under fire for supporting the protests.  Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-Ny.) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca.) have both given statements that indicate they supported the demonstrations outside of Justice’s homes.

Yesterday, the FBI said that they will not tolerate violence after the attack on Kavanaugh, though they did not mention him by name.

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The Epoch Times Reports

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“The FBI warned Friday that it will not “tolerate violence, destruction, interference with government functions, or trespassing on government property” after an armed man was arrested earlier this week near Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home.

On Wednesday, officials arrested 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske near Kavanaugh’s Maryland home and said he allegedly wanted to kill the justice after a leaked draft opinion suggested the Supreme Court would soon overturn Roe v. Wade.

In a joint statement issued by U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves and Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI Washington Field Office Steven D’Antuono, they said the agencies are “committed to protecting the First Amendment rights of all Americans to express their views peacefully during demonstrations that take place on a regular basis in the nation’s capital, including at the Supreme Court.

Their statement did not make any specific mention of the incident at Kavanaugh’s home”

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