Written by

Patriot Freedom Project

Published on

Public Violence Permitted, Supreme Court Safety Denied

In the wake of a leaked U.S. Supreme Court opinion on overturning Roe v. Wade, dozens of pro-choice and feminist activists gathered outside Justice Roberts’ Justice Alito’s, and Justice Kavanaugh’s private homes.

Sharing the justices’ private home addresses for purposes of intimidation, the protestors screamed through bullhorns in residential neighborhoods and drew coat hangers in pink chalk on the road. Justice Alito’s family was so concerned for their safety that they fled to an undisclosed location on May 9. With five cop cars eventually on the scene outside Justice Kavanaugh’s residence on May 8, the crowd dispersed without incident.

The activists shouted violent slogans such as “abort the court”, trespassed on lawns, and disrupted traffic but were not fined or detained. The activists engaged in shouting matches with the police. Picketing outside a judge’s home with the intent to influence a case decision (such as upholding Roe v. Wade) is a federal crime under 18 USC 1507. No activists were arrested or fined.

Public officials did not hesitate to comment on the violence, with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot stating in a now deleted tweet “The Supreme Court is coming for us next. This moment has to be a call for arms.”

Mayor Lightfoot’s calls for violence did not result in her account being shut down. Conservative politicians such as Representative Darrell Issa and Senator Hawley condemned the violence perpetuated by pro-abortion and feminist groups.

The Biden administration did not send protection to Catholic Churches or other places of worship, or to Catholic sites, in the wake of a pro-life clinic firebombed in Wisconsin on May 8, 2022.

Threatening graffiti is seen on the exterior of Wisconsin Family Action offices in Madison, Wis., on Sunday, May 8, 2022. The Madison headquarters of the anti-abortion group was vandalized late Saturday or early Sunday, according to an official with the group. (Alex Shur/Wisconsin State Journal via AP)

“The Wisconsin Family Action headquarters suffered fire damage after someone threw a Molotov cocktail inside the building in Madison, which was discovered after a passerby saw flames coming out of the building.”

It took until the evening on May 9th for Google to remove the pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us’ publicly published maps of the Supreme Court Justices’ private homes. Ruth Sent Us issued social media calls for “muralists”, “chalk artists”, and “graphic designers.” Ruth Sent Us also offered stipends for such public demonstrations. Ruth Sent Us circulated calls on Twitter to organize protests inside U.S. Catholic Churches in May.

Ruth Sent Us has ties to Vigil for Democracy, a group that states “America is a theocracy.” Vigil for Democracy hosts the hashtag “UnDiaSinImmigrantes2022” (A Day Without Immigrants” which is a day where immigrants are encouraged to not work or purchase anything. Democratic Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (New York) and Ilhan Omar (Minnesota), supported the call for “A Day Without Immigrants” for February 14, 2022, which was called by Carlos Eduardo Espina, a TikTok star with more than 2.4 million followers, in order to pass immigration reform, in addition to TikTok, Espina has almost 90,000 followers on YouTube and more than 130,000 on Facebook.

Translated: Congressmen Support “A Day Without Immigrants” Campaign for February 14