After many days of threatening protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices, Attorney General Merrick Garland has finally sent in protection.
He didn’t do it of his own accord. Numerous conservatives and individuals had to put pressure on Garland before he finally moved in to protect the American government, sending US Marshals to post watch outside the homes of SCOTUS justices.
A leaked draft opinion from the court showed that the landmark abortion decision, Roe v. Wade, may be overturned later this summer. It has sent this country’s far left into an enraged tailspin.
Most recently, they’ve been aggressively protesting outside the homes of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Justice John Roberts.
US Marshals Move In
The Marshals will be posted in strategic locations and patrols to make sure every member of the Supreme Court is fully “safe” at all times.
We don’t know the exact details of what they will be doing, but Garland is apparently getting “briefings” about the safety of justices.
The far left is specifically targeting justices who are pro-life or who believe in some restrictions on abortion. They started putting up specific geolocation data online to target people like Kavanaugh and Roberts.
Those who showed up to hoist signs and ruin the days of justices and their families aren’t just annoying individuals who don’t believe unborn babies deserve a chance at life. They are also criminals.
Intimidating and protesting outside the personal homes of our nation’s top judges is a crime under 18 USC 1507.
It’s a crime for an obvious reason: you can’t have a functioning republic when one branch of the government is being threatened and intimidated in their private lives for doing their job.
It’s about time. Apparently Garland had to contemplate the move a bit longer than he did the memo threatening parents at school boards.https://t.co/cCmP6PpzeD
— James Plowman (@plowmanj3) May 11, 2022
What Garland Should Be Doing…
What Garland should be doing is actually enforcing the law of the United States and getting these lawbreakers to immediately and fully disperse and go home.
It doesn’t matter that some of the protesters are reportedly neighbors of the justices. They are still breaking the law.
A letter from Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas got at exactly this, noting Garland should actually be impeached if he won’t enforce the law. That’s not necessarily going to be easy or quick to do, but Garland fully deserves it.
The message to Garland is simple: do your goddamn job.
At least the Marshals are now moving in, but there have already been many days when justices could have had violence done to their families or any other number of things. This is outrageous.
What’s more is this: can you imagine the government response if these had been pro-life individuals protesting and chanting outside the homes of pro-choice justices?
The media and Biden regime would have gone insane and said it was a “white supremacist” uprising.
I’ve been screaming this from the rooftops! #SCOTUS Needs to require Marshals service to arrest those attempting to influence “jury, judges, officers of the court” https://t.co/2Z3tmHTeVG
— Gary A McCollum (@GaryAMcCollum) May 8, 2022