(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – Just one day after a man attempted to assassinate United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh because of his pro-life legal opinion and his pro-Second Amendment views, radical protestors targeted the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, where she lives with her husband and seven children.
As law professor Jonathan Turley, a frequent guest on conservative news and opinion programs, notes about the protests at the homes of United States Supreme Court Justices in an opinion piece published by USA Today and in a series of tweets:
“Politicians and pundits have raced to the bottom by discarding any sense of restraint or responsibility in denouncing the court’s conservative majority over a leaked draft of an opinion, written by Justice Samuel Alito, that made the case for overturning Roe.
“Even law professors seemed to call for mob action. Georgetown law professor Josh Chafetz declared that “when the mob is right, some (but not all!) more aggressive tactics are justified.”
And in a tweet, Turley points out that it is getting worse:
“Protesters have now descended upon the home of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and her family, including seven children. This is just a day after the alleged attempted murder of her colleague, Justice Kavanaugh. These protesters are screaming into bullhorns to harass a justice because she disagrees with them on the interpretation of the Constitution. Yet, even law professors have praised the targeting of the homes of justices and even become ‘more aggressive.'”
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…These protesters are screaming into bullhorns to harass a justice because she disagrees with them on the interpretation of the Constitution. Yet, even law professors have praised the targeting of the homes of justices and even become "more aggressive." https://t.co/ZcVff2hWvH
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) June 9, 2022