Democrats still can’t get over the Supreme Court’s ending of Roe v. Wade. Some of them are hatching the most ridiculous schemes to get around it.
Others are chosen to embrace intimidation campaigns against the justices. Although the decision has already been made, these radical leftists are determined to make them “pay.”
From New York Post:
A left-wing activist group is offering $50 to anyone who gives them the location of the six Supreme Court justices who voted last month to overturn Roe v. Wade…
The group will pay a whopping $200 if the justice was still in the location where they were sighted after 30 minutes, according to a Friday tweet.
ShutDownDC, yet another radical leftist group with an uninspired name, is offering $50 to people who tell them where conservative justices are.
The intent, of course, is so this group can show up and harass or even endanger the lives of these justices and their families. They will offer $200 if the justices are still there when they arrive.
Huh, you’d think these people can offer more than $50 to make people accessories to crime.
Recently, a group of protesters harassed a Morton’s steakhouse because Justice Kavanaugh was inside. The justice and his family were snuck out the back.
The restaurant condemned the protesters, a rare move in this age of ‘woke’ capitalism.
It seems these radical Marxists aren’t done trying to harass justices over their decision. Federal law prohibits protesting a judge over a ruling.
Yet the left is unafraid. Perhaps they assume Biden’s DOJ will do nothing about this gross violation of the justice’s rights?
Democrats’ obsession with abortion is exposing their entire party. They are willing to toss out the rule of law, respect for private citizens, and the authority of the court—all to protect their agenda.
Not very democratic of them, is it?
- A radical leftist group is offering money for sightings of Supreme Court justices.
- Protesters have been harassing the justices for overturning Roe v. Wade.
- The left has been rioting since the draft leak back in May.
Source: New York Post