Angry protesters descend on family home of Amy Coney Barrett, mom of 7, day after Kavanaugh murder threat

The madness that defines American politics in the year 2022 continues unabated, as seen on Thursday when ONE DAY after an unhinged leftist intent on killing Justice Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the jurist’s home, pro-abortion protesters descended on Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s home.

“Waving banners and holding up signs, the group walked up and down the sidewalk chanting call-and-response slogans,” Fox News reported, noting that the slogans included, “Your neighbor says post-Roe, we say hell no!” and “Hey-hey, ho-ho, the handmaiden has got to go!”

In addition to being a Supreme Court justice, Barrett is a mother to seven children, including a special needs child who has Down’s syndrome, but that has little impact on those advocating for the right to kill unborn babies.

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, a liberal, reacted to the mini-mob on Twitter, “Protesters have now descended upon the home of Justice Amy Coney Barrett and her family, including seven children. This is just a day after the alleged attempted murder of her colleague, Justice Kavanaugh.”

The man arrested near Kavanaugh’s home was identified as Nicholas John Roske of California. He reportedly had a backpack that contained a Glock pistol, a tactical knife, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer and a crowbar. According to various reports, Roske was angry that the Supreme Court may soon overturn Roe v. Wade after a leaked majority opinion draft from Justice Samuel Alito suggested as much. The suspect was charged with attempted murder of a Supreme Court justice.

And amid all the craziness, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., had the gall to announce that no one was in danger and that Supreme Court justices have adequate protection.

Democrats blocked a bill from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., submitted ahead of a long weekend after the incident at Kavanaugh’s home. The bill would strengthen security for justices, and Pelosi brushed it off as no big deal.

“There will be a bill,” the speaker told reporters. “But no one is in danger over the weekend because of our not having a bill.”

“How many times do they have to be threatened? How many people have to be arrested with a gun outside their home?” McCarthy asked in a fiery speech on the House floor. “He didn’t just have a gun. He had zip ties. But somehow you want to leave. This bill could be on the president’s desk right now.”

Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, called on House leadership to pass the legislation:

Here’s a sampling of responses to the story from Twitter that do, indeed, reflect the “madness” of it all:

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