OOPS: With SCOTUS Members Relocated Over Safety Concerns, WH Changes Tune On Protests

Written by Wes Walker on May 10, 2022

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Did someone whisper to the White House flunkies that endorsing felonious behavior could be a bad look for the ‘defender of democracy’ brand the Biden Administration has tried to cultivate?

Just a few short days ago, we published how the WH didn’t care about the doxxing of private information and astroturf leftwing protest groups whipping up a frenzy of anger that culminated in not only an overhyped misrepresentation of the leaked ruling but also the private addresses of all 6 republican-nominated Justices. Abortion Activist Group Doxxes Conservative SCOTUS’s Home Addresses … White House Doesn’t Care

In the intervening time, we have seen some harrowing implications for the personal safety of those Justices themselves.

Douglas Blair, a news editor for The Daily Signal, said the pro-choice protests outside Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh’s home were “one of the scariest things” he’s ever witnessed. On “Fox & Friends” Monday, he called the protests an “attempt at intimidation” and pointed out the Biden administration’s failure to condemn the demonstrations. —FoxNews

It later became public that the leak of their private information created a security situation in which at least some, if not all, of those Justices (and their families) were removed to secure locations.

Early Monday morning, after some rather aggressive and unpleasant pro-abortion ‘protests’ on Mother’s Day weekend (No, really. These clowns have no sense of irony or self-awareness at all), Psaki suddenly changed her tune, at least a little.

Maybe someone whispered in her ear that the activism she so recently endorsed is specifically prohibited by law.

Jesse Waters invited Bill Barr onto his show to discuss what was manifestly self-evident to everyone who was NOT a left-wing pro-abortion partisan: strongarming judges is not a valid form of exercising your civil rights. If it was valid, half of the plotlines in gangster movies would fall apart.

Barr, who served under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Trump, told Fox News intimidating justices is “not [a] valid” form of protest, which federal statute highlights.

Under 18 US Code 1503, “whoever corruptly or by threats or force… endeavors to influence, intimidate, or impede any grand or petit juror, or officer in or of any court of the United States… in the discharge of his duty… influences, obstructs, or impedes, or endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede the due administration of justice shall be punished.”

“That’s not a valid form of protest because it’s a violation of the law,” Barr said after viewing video of demonstrators outside the Maryland homes of Justices John Roberts Jr. and Brett Kavanaugh.

“There’s a time and place for protest. And the federal statute makes it clear that if you go to the house of a judge, the residence of a judge, to influence the judge in his decisions and demonstrate that that’s that’s a federal crime.” — MSN

It’s tough to dress yourself as the great defender of Democracy, Tradition, and the Rule of Law when you are encouraging people to violate those same traditions in the pursuit of political agendas isn’t it Psaki?

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