On the 50th anniversary of the landmark abortion decision Roe v. Wade, a gathering of pro-choice protesters gathered outside Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s house.
Protesters gathered on the sidewalk in front of Kavanaugh’s Chevy Chase, Maryland, house. The march seems to have been organized by the far-left organization Our Rights DC.
The organization posted a poster on Twitter inviting people to march in the neighborhoods of Justice Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts.
The tweet then invited followers to a benefit concert for the DC Abortion Fund.
The Daily Signal reporter Mary Margaret Olohan captured video outside Kavanaugh’s home of protestors holding posters that say “our rights are not up for debate,” “abortion saves lives,” and “abortion is healthcare.”
As they marched in the rain, the mob screamed, “cut his time short, a rapist should not run the court,” and “no privacy for us, no peace for you.”
Several law enforcement officers were observed standing close on Kavanaugh’s property.
Kavanaugh’s house has already been the site of several rallies, which exploded after a draft Supreme Court judgment indicating Roe v. Wade might be overturned was leaked.
The uproar even resulted in an assassination attempt on Kavanaugh. Nicholas John Roske, 26, reportedly went from California to Maryland and arrived at Kavanaugh’s neighborhood early on June 8th.
He had a knife, a pistol, ammunition, zip ties, pepper spray, duct tape, and other stuff with him. He allegedly informed officers he planned to use the goods to kill the Supreme Court justice.
Roske allegedly told police that he was furious over the leaked draft decision on Roe v. Wade and that he feared the court would relax gun rules in the aftermath of the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Roske was arrested by US Marshals after calling 911 and admitting his intention to kill Kavanaugh.
Roske pled not guilty to a federal attempted murder allegation. A jury trial has been set to start on August 23 by a federal magistrate judge.
On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The decision effectively ended recognition of a constitutional right to abortion and granted states the authority to allow limit, or outright ban the practice.