(PresidentialHill.com)- On a Wednesday evening, a small group of pro-abortion demonstrators gathered in front of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s house, drawing the ire of one of the justice’s neighbors.
According to reports, one neighbor felt the protesters shouldn’t be there. He told the protesters to “Go home and get a family.” He asked why they were there and expressed that they had no business being in the Justice’s neighborhood. He also felt it was inappropriate for the activists to be cloaked in costume to demonstrate.
He explained they have the right to protest, but not in front of someone’s home.
Since the release of a Supreme Court judgment draft suggesting that the court is likely prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade, substantially greater protests have taken place in front of the houses of Justices Brett Kavanaugh, John Roberts, and Samuel Alito during the last week, according to media reports. Protests were also held outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., New York City, and in Los Angeles, where demonstrators became violent with police.
On Wednesday night, footage recorded by a Conservative news organization showed a group of seven demonstrators strolling around a cul-de-sac near the justice’s neighborhood. The pro-abortion demonstration included only seven individuals, but the message was clear. They believe If Roe v. Wade is repealed, America will become like ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’
Reporters explained a handful of the demonstrators were eager to speak to the press, but they became angry that the protest was mostly covered by conservative media. The male protester seemed willing to answer questions, but when he was asked when he believed life began, he refused to respond.
The pro-abortion social media account Ruth Sent Us announced in a Tweet that it had planned the rally.
According to media reports, Ruth Sent Us has also called for protests inside Catholic churches for their alleged violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which prohibits violent, threatening, damaging, or obstructive conduct intended to injure, intimidate, or interfere with the right to obtain abortions. Ruth Sent Us has previously threatened to destroy the Eucharist.
The pro-abortion protesters portrayed Barrett as an “extremist.”
Pot, meet kettle.