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Wednesday, May 11, 2022
After Protests at the Homes of Conservative Justices, No One Likes the Radical Left
Following the leak of the draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court overturningRoe v.Wade,
the radical Left sprang into action with ridiculously named front
groups like “Ruth Sent Us.” Members of that group allegedly posted the
home addresses of the Republican-appointed justices, which led to
protests at the residences of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice
John Roberts over the weekend. The threat level to the members of the
Court’s majority is so high that opinion author Justice Samuel Alito
canceled all public appearances and was whisked away to an undisclosed
of this so-called “direct action” is meant to intimidate justices in
the majority into changing their minds about reversing the precedent
that forces states to keep abortion legal nationwide. Clearly, Democrats
believe the advance leak of the opinion and the Court overturningRoewill
benefit them electorally. However, at least one poll indicates the
temper tantrum by the radical left may hurt Democrats more than the
issue helps them.
On Tuesday, Convention of States Action, in partnership with The Trafalgar Group,released a pollon the protests at the justices’ private residences.More than three-quarters of voters believe publishing the home address of Supreme Court Justices and protesting at their residences is not an acceptable form of protest. Only15.9%
believe that publishing the home address of five Republican-appointed
justices and calling for demonstrations at their homes is an acceptable
way to protest the Court’s presumed decision to overturnRoe v. Wade.
Majorites hold this view across the political spectrum, with75.1% of Independents,66.6% of Democrats, and86.5% of Republicans agreeing. Further,52.3
% of voters believe that the Biden administration’s refusal to condemn
the actions of the abortion activists will encourage protests to become
potentially unlawful or violent. The poll was taken May 6–8, before apregnancy center in Wisconsinwas hit with Molotov cocktails, andchurchgoers across the nationwere subjected tovulgar displaysand pro-abortion chants. On Mother’s Day, no less.
numbers make it clear that the Biden Administration’s refusal—both to
forcefully condemn these illegal demonstrations and to enforce laws
protecting Justices of the United States Supreme Court—is wildly
unpopular with voters,” said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of
corporate media is covering these protests in a positive light, and CNN
even tried to convince Americans that the threats are coming from
pro-choice organizations. It does not appear Americans are buying that
narrative or the theatrics of fear-mongering Democrats who say
Republicans will outlaw everything from legal contraception to
interracial marriage. Even Bill Maher had an epiphany on his show Friday
night, noting most European nations have more restrictions on abortion
than the United States and that he had learned most pro-life people are
women. His entire audience heard his revelations.
one Democrat, Sen. Mark Warner from Virginia, has condemned the
unprecedented leak of a draft decision. No party leader condemned the
leak or the protests at the private homes of the justices. Even when
asked directly by Peter Doocy from Fox News, Press Secretary Jen Psaki
refused to say President Biden condemned protests at the justices’
family residences. The White House did officially condemn the actions at Catholic churches over the weekend,
even though Catholic-in-name-only Joe Biden would sign Senate Majority
Leader Chuck Schumer’s abortion-until-the-moment-of-birth law if it hit
Apparently, Biden’s Department of Justice is also not interested in enforcing federal law.Title 18 of the U.S. Codeprohibits
protests at a judge’s residence where participants have the “intent of
interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of
justice, or with the intent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or
court officer, in the discharge of his duty.” The law, on the books
since 1950, would undoubtedly be enforced if activists protested
Democrat-appointed justices at their homes.
seems to think American voters understand the politicized
administration of justice. “While this poll cannot measure the outrage
that Americans feel because of this politically-driven double standard
of injustice, in which supporters of a radical leftist agenda can
essentially do whatever they want while good citizens suffer, voters’
outrage will be expressed at the polls in November,” he said.
also noted it is a feature, not a bug for Democrats. “From the riots in
our cities they encouraged and supported, to refusing to condemn
protesting at the private homes of Justices of the United States Supreme
Court, Democrats are out of step with the vast majority of Americans,
regardless of political party.”
data indicated the abortion issue would help Democrats electorally in
November. Now, there is more information indicating the reaction of the
pro-abortion radical left, and leading Democrats’ failure to condemn
these actions, may hurt them in the mid-term election.