Jun 25, 2022 | Politics

At Least Two Supreme Court Justices Reportedly Moved to “Safe Locations” After Threats of Violence

At Least Two Supreme Court Justices Reportedly Moved to "Safe Locations" After Threats of Violence

Red State editor Jennifer Van Laar reported that federal law enforcement sources said “at least” two Supreme Court justices have been moved to “safe locations.”

It’s unclear which justices were moved to safe locations.


Pro-abortion activists were filmed earlier Friday handing out the home address of Justice Clarence Thomas to angry protestors outside the Supreme Court.

The protestors carried signs with messages such as “ABORT SCOTUS.”


Pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us, who originally doxed the justices and called for protests at their homes, called to protest at the home of Justice Thomas. 

The Gateway Pundit reported:

They instructed their followers to meet at the train station near his home to carpool at 7 p.m. on Friday.

Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in a concurring opinion regarding Roe v. Wade that it is time to reiterate his view that the due process clause does not protect a right to an abortion. He also stated that the court  “should reconsider” previous rulings from SCOTUS codifying rights to contraception access, same-sex relationships and same-sex marriage.

Justice Thomas wrote, “…in future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell. Because any substantive due process decision is demonstrably erroneous.”

Former President Barack Obama and multiple other Democrat politicians have called for protests in response.

Thousands of angry protestors gathered in front of the Supreme Court on Friday chanting, “F*ck this court!”


Antifa terrorists set the American flag on fire:

This story is developing.

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