Another Wave of Violent Protests Coming?

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After seeing defeat in the high-profile abortion case of Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration is encouraging violent protests outside the personal residences of conservative Supreme Court judges.

Any act of parading or picketing outside the houses of judges is a federal crime that can push violators into prisons for one year.

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Conservative Judges in Danger

Since the news of the Supreme Court documents leak went viral, according to which abortion would be restricted in the United States, many liberal entities geared up to protest against the conservative judges of the top court.

The addresses of judges’ houses have even been uploaded on some websites, which is likely to bring a significant amount of people outside the personal residences of these judges.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki continued ignoring the calls to condemn these protests against the judges.

She was given four chances by reporters to denounce the gatherings, but she stated there was “a lot of passion” among people after seeing the leaked documents.

Furthermore, she noted she does not know the position of the US government about the location of the upcoming protests.

Though this is not the first time that Democrats are threatening judges on the issue of abortion.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer stated in 2020 that Justice Kavanaugh and Justice Gorsuch would “pay the price” if the court made an anti-abortion decision.

He made these comments standing outside the Supreme Court in 2020 before the court heard the Louisiana abortion law.

Last year, many far-left climate activists were arrested for trespassing outside the residence of Republican Senator Ted Cruz.

This extreme measure was taken by the radical left group “Sunrise Movement,” which wanted Biden to stop negotiations with Republicans and pass a climate plan introduced by congresswoman AOC.

Democrats Have a History of Staging Violent Protests

The American Constitution protects the fundamental right of people to protest “peaceably,” as it is mentioned in the First Amendment.

However, the term “peaceably” is the thing that should be kept in mind while protesting against anything.

When far-left entities started protests nationwide against George Floyd’s murder in 2020, most of the protesters were violent.

It is now an undeniable assertion that those protests cost the country over $2 billion in damage.

Experts believe every passionate protest can turn violent, which is the primary reason why the place of protest matters the most.

While a protest outside a police station, mayoral office, or the Supreme Court is one thing, the same protests outside the houses of judges can become violent in a matter of moments, especially when the issue of abortion is under discussion.

When BLM protesters gathered in residential neighborhoods and outside the houses of mayors, these protests turned violent, and many homes were destroyed.