Buttigieg says SCOTUS justices can ‘never be free of criticism’

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision upholding Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, which resulted in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, pro-abortion activists have dedicated 100% of their energy to harassing conservative members of the high court.

Instead of condemning such behavior, as any decent president or Cabinet member should do, President Joe Biden and his top officials are going as far as justifying the behavior of the hysterical breakdown on the left over the fact that in some states, they’re no longer able to kill unborn children. 

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg was the latest Biden official to justify harassing conservative justices while they’re out to dinner or in their homes, the Post Millennial reported.

It was during a Fox News Sunday interview that he carefully used words that sort of sounded like he condemned the harassment, but not really.

Buttigieg’s take

“These protesters are upset because a right, an important right” Buttigieg said during the interview, “was taken away.” Of course, that was another Democratic talking point lie, as the abortion issue was simply returned back to the states, where voters will have a say in how their state handles it, as the Constitution dictates.

“When public officials go into public life we should expect two things,” Buttigieg said, “One, you should always be free from violence, harassment and intimidation and two, you’re never going to be free from criticism or peaceful protests, people exercising their First Amendment rights.”

Buttigieg, who’s seen as a low-skilled, identity politics appointment for his position based on his sexual preference, was ridiculed on social media for his predictably bland and asinine narrative-pushing.

Hubby joins in

The transportation secretary’s husband, Chasten, who’s apparently a part-time comedian, commented on Kavanaugh’s unfortunate incident of being harassed by leftist radicals while out to dinner last week.

“Sounds like he just wanted some privacy to make his own dining decisions,” Chasten wrote, referring to what Democrats falsely believe makes abortion a “right” in the U.S. Constitution.

All of this comes just a few weeks after Kavanaugh was the target of a potential assassination by a disturbed, radical, pro-abortion liberal that showed up to his house, only to be stopped at the last minute by U.S. Marshals.

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