The Daily Wire reports that left-wing activists are organizing protests at the homes of the conservative justices on the US Supreme Court in an effort to intimidate them, so they won’t repeal Roe vs Wade.
The activists released what they believed was the community and the name of the street where the justices live.
The Daily Wire explains:
Now it appears that Supreme Court justices in Maryland and Virginia will be targeted by similar protests. The progressive activist group Ruth Sent Us announced “walk-by Wednesday,” urging protestors to come to “the homes of the six extremist justices, three in Virginia and three in Maryland.”
“The radical Left and their dark money funders have one goal, which is to intimidate the Court,” Judicial Crisis Network President Carrie Severino told The Daily Wire on Wednesday evening. “Showing up at the justices’ homes to harass them is absolutely beyond the pale and shows the lengths to which they are willing to go in order to undermine the Court’s independence.”
On its website, the group listed the street names where each justice supposedly lives with their families: Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, and Neil Gorsuch.
POLL: Plurality of voters support overturning Roe vs Wade
A recent poll conducted by Rasmussen found that a plurality of ‘likely voters’ support overturning Roe vs Wade.
Overall, a plurality, 48 percent, said they would approve of overturning Roe, and of those, 32 percent “strongly” approve. In contrast, 45 percent disapprove, and of those, 35 percent do so “strongly.”
Predictably, opinions are divided along party lines, as 64 percent of Democrats oppose overturning Roe, compared to 66 percent of Republicans who approve. Independents remain more divided, as 48 percent support overturning Roe and 44 percent disapprove.
Repealing Roe vs Wade will not end abortion
Despite what the left-wing media claims, the overturning of Roe vs Wade does not end abortion, but puts it back in the jurisdiction of state legislatures.
Even former pro-abortion Supreme Court justice, Ruth Ginsburg, criticized Roe vs Wade describing it as an overreach.
Justice Ginsburg said it was “heavy-handed judicial intervention [that] was difficult to justify and appears to have provoked, not resolved, conflict.”