Put ’em down.
Which is, y’know, blatantly illegal.
Ugly protests erupted outside the homes of several Supreme Court justices Saturday night.
An angry mob showed up in Chief Justice John Roberts’ neighborhood as well as Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home.
Imagine what would’ve happened had Trump supporters marched on the home of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Biden would have called out the military, Congress would have called for hearings, and CNN anchors would have soiled themselves.
It turns out the protests may, in fact, be illegal.
“According to 18 U.S.C. 1507 – which relates to Obstruction of Justice – anyone who has the intent of ‘interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the tent of influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer’ and pickets or parades in or near a court building or residents ‘occupied or used by such judge, juror, witness or court officer’ will face a fine or imprisonment of one year,’ the New York Post reports.
If that’s the case, police should arrest every person protesting outside the homes of the Supreme Court justices. They should be treated just as harshly as those arrested for the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
No, they should be treated much, much worse, seeing as how these psychopaths are ACTUALLY doing the very things—insurrection, sedition, directly threatening the American system of government—the J6 Gulag-ees did NOT do. But hey, if this were anything resembling a sane, sensible country with a functional legal system, we wouldn’t even be having this conversation at all, now would we?
Just remember folks, this shitstorm of angst and aggro is happening because shitlib “women” are terrified they might lose their “right” to unlimited promiscuous, casual sex with no consequences, as is explicitly spelled out in the US Constitution. Although I’m much too busy to look up that specific passage right now, so just stop pestering me, willya. That’s all the whole abortion melodrama was really about from the very beginning, anyway.
The offices of Wisconsin Family Action, a pro-life ministry, were firebombed early Sunday morning in Madison, Wisconsin. There were no injuries.
“If abortions aren’t safe, then you aren’t either,” was spray painted on the outside of the building.
Trust me on this: if enough of us Normal American-types begin to feel that WE aren’t safe, then you’re soon going to learn that whether abortion remains legal or not has all of a sudden become the least of your concerns, sweetie.
In recent days a Catholic church in Colorado was heavily damaged by pro-abortion vandals and over the weekend, protesters blocked the entrances of church houses and protested outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.
“The Madison Police Department understands members of our community are feeling deep emotions due to the recent news involving the United States Supreme Court,” Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes said in a statement. “Early Sunday morning, our team began investigating a suspicious fire inside an office building on the city’s north side. It appears a specific non-profit that supports anti-abortion measures was targeted.”
I hope the Madison Police Department also understands that “feeling deep emotions” should have absolutely no bearing whatsoever on arresting people who firebomb offices, wreck churches, physically interefere with the right to worship of their parishioners, and illegally try to intimidate Supreme Court justices.
Let’s get real. This is a domestic terrorist attack against pro-life Christians and it should be treated as such.
YOU get real, bub. In Amerika v2.0, a Leftist dystopia which is rigidly anti-Christian, pro-lifers have no rights and are fair game for anything Leftards can think to do to them.
Hope everybody out there is just about done loading those mags, because from where I sit estimating when Spicy Time might officially kick off is now less a matter of calendars and day-planners, and more of clocks and wristwatches.
I heard Capital popo are giving them Starbuck gift cards
“…when Spicy Time might officially kick off is now less a matter of calendars and day-planners, and more of clocks and wristwatches.”