Fears of violence against Supreme Court Justices rise as radical leftists doxx and ramp up protests
Fencing has been erected around the Supreme Court and law enforcement is prepping for violence after Monday’s leak. The leak, which revealed the court’s intention to overturn Roe v Wade has had left-wing radicals up in arms, protesting for the right to murder children outside of the Supreme Court.
One such group of extremists, calling themselves “Ruth Sent Us” in an allusion to late Supreme Court Justice and abortion enthusiast Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has published the alleged addresses of the 6 conservative Justices on the Supreme Court: Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Chief Justice John Roberts. They plan a “walk-by” to intimidate the Justices at their homes next week.
In addition to fencing being constructed around the Supreme Court and law enforcement being put on heightened notice, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) has introduced a bill to increase security measures for the Supreme Court Justices, including an around-the-clock security detail.
From the Daily Mail:
“It’s not just an attack against the independence of the judiciary. This risks violence against members of the Supreme Court and their families, “Cornyn said upon introducing the bill.
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“I introduced a piece of legislation to enhance the authorities of the Supreme Court law enforcement agencies to provide protective details for the judges and their families, who’ve already been threatened with violence.”
“Because we deal in these matters on a daily basis, to make that kind of threat to the Supreme Court is an attempt to intimidate the Justices and a threat to judicial independence,” Cornyn said in a statement on the legislation.
These types of radical leftists have been getting away with using violence and intimidation to achieve political means (isn’t that called terrorism?) for several years now, and under the Biden administration this is likely to continue.