In recent days, radical pro-abortion mobs have descended upon the personal homes of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh, John Roberts, and Sam Alito to protest a leaked Roe v Wade opinion draft that would overturn the landmark decision that enshrined rights to infanticide.
The riots, described as “scary” by reporters, are a direct and transparent attempt to persuade conservative justices to switch their vote on Roe v Wade’s potential overturning. The act of intimidating federal judges is a crime, yet it still took Republicans time to respond to the outbursts.
The riot outside Justice Sam Alito’s Alexandria, Virginia home featured the largest mob yet.
Following strong pressure from conservative Virginians, the state’s Republican Party Chairman released a statement condemning the left-wing intimidators:
“The ongoing demonstrations outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices are an abhorrent and vile affront to the processes of the highest court. Intimidation of the Justices and the threat of violence against them and their families has no place in our Commonwealth or our country. Targeting the home of a Justice is wrong, and these protestors should be ashamed of their actions.
“The Republican Party of Virginia believes in the right to free speech, and we stand with Governor Youngkin and Attorney General Miyares in their unwavering support for law enforcement. Our brave men and women in blue have acted admirably to ensure the safety and protection of the Justices and their families. We thank our law enforcement heroes for their efforts.”
Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin and Attorney General Jason Miyares also released statements against the mobs. However, no actions have been taken.
Youngkin has remained quiet on abortion after ignoring the issue on the campaign trail.