Protesters Show Up Outside Homes of Supreme Court Justices

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On Saturday, footage was released of pro-abortion activists protesting outside the homes of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Such protests fulfill a promise from earlier in the week, after the draft opinion from Justice Samuel Alito overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked.

Douglas Blair of The Daily Signal tweeted throughout the day tweeted photos and video clips of such protesters, noting shortly before 8:30pm that many protesters ultimately left after the police showed up. At one point though, he had tweeted that protesters were arguing with police, who said arrests might start happening.

At 8:20pm, Blair had also tweeted footage of protesters at Justice Kavanaugh’s house, noting an “energy” that was “negative” and “anger.”

Indeed, some of the photos Blair had tweeted included protesters carrying particularly vulgar signs.

Mary Margaret Olohan, with The Daily Wire, also tweeted footage, noting about 50-100 protesters were there.

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