In a strike at the U.S. Constitution, the Biden White House publicly endorsed a plan by a liberal street group to send mobs to the homes of Supreme Court justices to coerce them into upholding abortion.
A liberal activist group calling it “Ruth Sent Us” published the home addresses of six justices inclined to overturn Roe v. Wade, with explicit instructions for angry mobs to show up in hopes of intimidating justices.
The plan was publicly endorsed by the Biden White House.
“Our view here is that peaceful protest — there is a long history in the United States of that — and we certainly encourage people to keep it peaceful and not result in any level of violence,” said White House spokesperson Jen Psaki when asked if Biden opposed the plan.
“There’s a lot of passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness from many, many people across the country about what they saw in that leaked document,” said Psaki, excusing rage and referring to a leaked draft of a possible Court ruling overturning Roe, even though it will not be the final decision and nothing has been decided.
The clear intent, however, is not “peaceful protest.”
The purpose of protest is to make elected officials fear losing their jobs due to losing public support. Supreme Court justices are not elected officials accountable to them as voters and have lifetime appointments, therefore cannot lose their jobs due to public opinion.
The only remaining motivation make justices fear for their safety and that of their families, if they rule in favor of the right to life – especially given the protests are targeted at private homes and not the Supreme Court building.
Past cases of liberals protesting at private homes, such as in Portland, Oregon, resulted in rioting, terrorist threats and attempts to burn homes with explosives.
The mob plan comes as violent abortion activists attacked police officers in Los Angeles. The group also organized angry mobs to swarm Catholic Churches on Mother’s Day, blaming the Church for the unpopularity of abortion-on-demand.
Though the group is called “Ruth Sent Us” as a reference to pro-abortion Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she explicitly rejected mob tactics and enjoyed close personal friendships with pro-life justices.
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