Judge Jeanine blasts liberal activists releasing home addresses of Supreme Court justices
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JEANINE PIRRO: A radical leftist group has released the addresses of the conservative Supreme Court justices calling on their legion of liberal followers to march to the judges’ homes. Ruth Sent Us, an activist group, wrote on their website that “Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issue rulings that harm women, racial minority groups, LGBTQ and immigrant right’. We must use a variety of tactics to force accountability. We now know that when Democrats use the word peaceful protest it doesn’t necessarily mean peaceful. This is especially true when they use words such as rise up or force accountability. The group also mentions that they will pay stipends to support their protest. Where do they get their money? Who is funding them? We know that liberal advocates have a history organizing protests against courts, such as the Demand Justice group, which protested the Brett Kavanaugh confirmations. They are fighting for the expansion of the court and have been backed by George Soros money. However, there is less information about smaller groups like Ruth Sent Us. They are apparently responsible for posting addresses of judges.
Workers assemble non-scalable fences around the Supreme Court Building amid ongoing abortion-rights demonstrations on May 4, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images).
(Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)
Releasing the home addresses of Supreme Court justices is extremely dangerous. Remember that some of these justices have young children. They have fenced off the Supreme Court but their homes are open to the public. Any leftist can now walk up to their homes and change the course history, since their addresses are publicly available. Democrats should discourage this, but instead, they are fueling the flames.
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