Pro-abortion radicals blockade streets near Supreme Court building

Unrest is building all across the United States over the likely repeal of Roe V. Wade in the coming days.

In a hint of potentially violent chaos ahead, pro-abortion extremists expecting the Court to overturn Roe Monday organized street blockades near the court building in protest, Fox News reported.

Blocking the streets

The protesters blocked intersections and brandished signs calling the court’s conservatives liars. One protester held up a sign that depicts Clarence Thomas’s wife, Ginni, holding Lady Liberty in a chokehold with the message, “Gini Thomas is an insurrectionist.”

SCOTUS handed down opinions in five cases on Monday, but the abortion case at the center of controversy, Dobbs V. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, was not one of them. The next opinions will come out Wednesday.

In a statement promoting the blockade, ShutDownDC had called on its followers to “rise up for the transformative change that our communities need.”

The phony radicals claimed to be challenging the “establishment,” but there were no arrests reported, the Washington Post said.

Biden stokes unrest

Leftists have faced virtually no consequences for their efforts to pressure the Court into reversing a draft opinion overturning Roe that was illicitly leaked in May.

“Protesters” have illegally targeted the homes of Supreme Court justices with official encouragement from President Biden, who last week said a “mini-revolution” will erupt if Roe is overturned. Hours before Biden made those comments, a man was arrested for trying to murder Brett Kavanaugh.

Biden, a Catholic, has been tight-lipped on the assassination threat as he looks to stoke outrage over Roe in a calculated effort to mitigate potentially heavy losses for Democrats in the midterm elections. Democrats in Congress have also blocked a bill to provide more security to justices and their families.

While Democrats ignore violence and intimidation coming from their side, they have continued to lecture Americans over the Jan. 6 “insurrection” that occurred 17 months ago with a series of over-the-top televised hearings.

Justice Clarence Thomas has said the Court can’t be bullied into changing its final opinion. If that’s true, then the court should release its opinion without delay. The longer they wait, the bolder the mob will get.

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