Biden still silent on Kavanaugh assassination plot after would-be murderer pleads not guilty

Joe Biden is still silent on the plot to murder Justice Brett Kavanaugh even after the would-be assassin pled not guilty in federal court Wednesday.

California man Nicholas John Roske, 26, pled not guilty to one count of attempting to assassinate a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Fox News reported.

Mentally disturbed

Roske was arrested near Kavanaugh’s Maryland house the early morning of June 8 armed with a knife, a pistol, zip ties, and duct tape.

The mentally disturbed man admitted to wanting to kill Kavanaugh because of the prospective end of Roe V. Wade and the potential for the Court to loosen gun regulations.

The assassination attempt followed years of threats and shakedowns aimed at conservative justices from the likes of Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who warned in 2020 that Kavanaugh, who was blackballed as a serial rapist by the left, would “pay the price” of interfering with abortion access.

Unrest has been building up particularly in recent weeks, as Biden and other Democrats have looked to exploit anger over a leaked opinion overturning Roe.

Biden has repeatedly declined to condemn illegal “protests” outside justices’ homes and has even said he encourages them. Within hours of Roske’s arrest, Biden predicted a “mini revolution” if Roe is overturned.

Biden silent

Most shocking of all, Biden has yet to directly comment on Roske’s arrest more than two weeks after the fact, opting instead to release a generic statement through his press office “condemning” violence and intimidation.

After Roske was caught, the White House disingenuously claimed that Biden has “consistently made clear” that he opposes efforts to make justices feel unsafe, despite his explicit endorsement of the mobs that have been gathering at justices’ homes for weeks.

Biden’s aggressively partisan attorney general, Merrick Garland, who has been accused of going easy on left-wing terrorists, said that the justice department “obviously” won’t tolerate threats toward the Court despite Garland’s failure to arrest the mobs outside justices’ homes.

“This kind of behavior is obviously behavior we will not tolerate,” Garland said, according to Fox News. “Threats of violence and actual violence against the justices of course strike at the heart of our democracy and we will do everything we can to prevent them and to hold people who do them accountable.”

Roske is facing life in prison. His trial starts August 23.

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