One such group named Ruth Sent Us (RSU) published the home address of Chief Justice John Roberts alongside five other associate justices: Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett. The group's name pertains to the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was a staunch defender of abortion on the high court.
"Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics," the group said.
RSU subsequently announced a Walk-By Wednesday protest on May 11, to be held in front of "the homes of the six extremist justices – three in Virginia and three in Maryland." The group's post promoting Walk-By Wednesday showed the six justices' addresses, urging members to commit to rise up with us."
According to Fox News, there has been a "strong police presence" at the justices' homes following the May 2 leak of a draft opinion penned by Alito. The opinion by Alito could cause the overturn of the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion if four other justices adopt it.
Catholic advocacy group Catholic Vote asked people to pray for the safety of the six conservative justices and their families. "The Left posted a website with the justices' private addresses. Protesters are being asked to go directly to their homes. Some have families and small children. Pray hard for the safety of the justices," it tweeted.
Another group, ShutDownDC, also advertised a protest against the potential overturn of the pro-abortion decision. It advertised a Candlelight Vigil for Roe v. Wade on May 7, calling on other abortion supporters to "march to Kavanaugh and Roberts' homes to protest for reproductive freedom."
The May 7 march was not the first instance the group had protested outside a magistrate's home. In September 2021, ShutDownDC protesters gathered in front of Kavanaugh's Maryland home to protest for the right to have abortions. However, the ShutDownDC activists did not encounter anyone at home during their protest despite the house's lights being on. (Related: Left wing 'activists' issue online guide to 'shut down' US and prevent "coup.")
The leftist group had also demonstrated in front of a Republican lawmaker's house in January 2021. About 15 members of ShutDownDC gathered in front of the home of Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley in northern Virginia, near Washington, D.C. The senator was not in the federal capital during the protest.
"While I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can't travel. They screamed threats, vandalized [our house] and tried to pound open our door," tweeted Hawley.
Protest organizers told a different story. They claimed that they just rang his doorbell and placed a copy of the Constitution on his doorway. Organizer Patrick Young commented: "This was a pretty tame and peaceful visit to his house, not threatening behavior. This is people engaging in democracy and civil discourse."
ShutDownDC's explanation failed to mollify Hawley. "Let me be clear. My family and I will not be intimidated by left-wing violence," he said.
LiberalMob.com has more stories about pro-abortion leftists planning to demonstrate in front of magistrates' homes.
Watch Owen Shroyer of InfoWars below talking about protests against the leak of the draft opinion that could overturn Roe v. Wade.
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