Following the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, pro-choice protestors marched outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Our Rights DC, a far-left group, appears to have been in charge of the protest. The group had previously tweeted out a poster inviting people to join them in the march that would take them to the neighborhoods of Justice Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts.
A fundraiser concert for the DC Abortion Fund was also promoted by the group for members to attend after the march.
Mary Margaret Olohan, a reporter from the Daily Signal, took a video outside of Kavanaugh’s home which shows protesters with signs that read: “our rights are not up for debate,” “abortion saves lives” and “abortion is healthcare.” There were also several chants that the group had made which called for Kavanaugh to not be allowed to continue as a Justice.
Members of law enforcement were also stationed close to Kavanaugh’s property, which in recent months has become a center for protests after the draft opinion that showed Roe v. Wade would be overturned was published.
The outrage against Kavanaugh escalated when Nicholas John Roske, had allegedly gone to Kavanaugh’s neighborhood in an attempt to assassinate the Supreme Court Justice. Roske had a knife, pistol, ammunition, items to restrain Kavanaugh, and other tools on him.
According to what he told the police he had been planning on using all these items to kill Kavanaugh.
Roske had said that the draft opinion had been the reason that he was planning the assassination.