A group of radical far-left pro-abortion weirdos have gathered outside the homes of multiple U.S. Supreme Court Justices this weekend to protest the Supreme Court’s expected ruling to repeal Roe v. Wade.
The United States Supreme Court is reportedly poised to reverse Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion rights decision that has been in place for thirty-three years. According to a draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito and leaked to the press last week.
Protesters have taken extreme measures, such as blocking the entrance to churches and now visiting the homes of Supreme Court Justices.
Following the leak, protesters gathered outside Chief Justice John Roberts’ house and shouted, “Protect abortion and keep it legal.” Other slogans included, “Pro-life is a lie; you don’t give a damn if people die.”
Protesters also scribbled images of hangers on the street in front of Roberts’ home.
Outside Roberts’ home, the group yelled, “The whole world is watching.”
The demonstrators also staged a protest outside of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home, which was organized by one of his own neighbors.
Outside Kavanaugh’s home, the pro-abortion activists reportedly yelled, “No uterus, no opinion.”
The pro-abortion advocates are being aided by President Biden’s White House, which has refused to condemn protests outside of the Supreme Court justices’ residences.
Ms. Psaki said the demonstrations were “not extreme” and “there’s a long history in the country” of protests.
Psaki also stated she does not “have a formal position from the United States government on where individuals protest.”
“We obviously want Americans’ privacy to be respected. We want people to protest peacefully if they wish. That is, without a doubt, what the president’s position would be,” Psaki added.
The protests outside of Roberts’ and Kavanaugh’s houses are not the only ones planned for today. This week, Shutdown DC will protest outside of Justice Alito’s home.
The second group, Ruth Sent Us, plans to hold a protest outside the homes of all six conservative Justices, including Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, and Clarence Thomas.