The degenerate who leaked the SCOTUS ruling is getting EXACTLY what he wanted.
Judge Kavanaugh’s neighbor is organizing the out-of-home protest. Teacher Lacie Wooten-Holway said: “We are about to arrive at the day of judgment, so I will not be civil to that man at all.” https://t.co/I9NrJizWQP It is the license of the age of anger. https://t.co/eP8YO7aX4M
– Jonathan Turley (@Jonathan Turley) May 8, 2022
From the hill:
There is more than one license for this anger; there is an addiction to it. This was evident in March 2020 when the Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (DN.Y.) appeared before the Supreme Court to threaten Judges Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh by name: “I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, that you released the whirlwind and you will pay the price! You won’t know what hit you if you go on with these horrible decisions. ”Schumer’s reckless rhetoric has been celebrated, not condemned, by many on the left, even after trying to go back by stating that“ I shouldn’t have used the words I have used … did not come the way I intended. “
What happened in the White House this week is even more problematic. Asked for a response to the leak of a draft opinion of justice, the White House press secretary Jen Psaki he refused to condemn the leaker and claimed that the real problem was opinion itself. So she was asked about the potential targeting of judges and their families in their homes and if this could be considered extreme. That should have been another easy question; few Americans would approve of such doxing, especially since some of the judges have small children at home. Yet Psaki stated that “I have no official US government position on where people protest”, adding that “peaceful protest is not extreme”.
The White House not only did not condemn it, it encouraged it.
The White House refused to condemn him. https://t.co/ByXXKAysQj
– Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) May 8, 2022
They actually approved it https://t.co/Oh4yRE7ilO
– Guy Benson (@guypbenson) May 8, 2022
So they’re terrorizing Kavanaugh’s family.
This is the woman who organized the protests tonight to terrorize Judge Kavanaugh and Judge Roberts.
– Amy Kremer 1776 (@AmyKremer) May 8, 2022
Note, Kavanaugh probably lives in a very nice neighborhood … and a teacher is his neighbor.
How does a poorly paid teacher afford to live in this neighborhood? I would not leave my children within 10 feet of her. You have very poor judgment at best.
– TL Ryon (@TLRYon) May 8, 2022
I’m just saying.
They are terrorizing the Kavanaugh family right now.
– mallen2010 (@ mallen_2010) May 8, 2022
It would have adapted well in Germany in the 1930s or in Russia under Stalin.
– Stacey – Gen X, let’s find out the generation (@ScotsFyre) May 8, 2022
He would surely have denounced his neighbor.
I would argue that former Vice President Biden, in fact, lacks common decency and, therefore, sees nothing to defend.
If you are right, he is a coward; if I’m right, he is a malevolent leader.
Either way, shame on him and any Democrats who explicitly, or implicitly, support these actions.
– Kelley G (@ChooChooLife) May 8, 2022
He is a bad person. I think decent people everywhere can agree on this.
– Alan only (@JustJustalan) May 8, 2022
Most people who support abortion to this extent are generally not good people.
Addiction to anger is not a broad national condition; bullying and physical and emotional intimidation are almost exclusively left-wing.
– Daniel Lee (@RealDanLee) May 8, 2022
Do they understand that they can go to federal prison without parole?
– Howard Steele (@ HowardSteele5) May 8, 2022
Not with this DOJ they won’t.
Yes The world is about to end. Because of the abortion rules.
– 5280 Z (@SvendZan) May 8, 2022
Quite right? States will determine abortion laws … and that would be the end of the world and things like that.
And she’s a teacher you guys.
Intimidating a Supreme Court judge is a crime, isn’t it?
– Dino Casseli (@DCasseli) May 8, 2022
– Godwin meter (@GodwinMeter) May 8, 2022
Yes, we are not holding our breath.