A former congressional candidate in California, Steve Cox, joined the virtual mob calling for extreme intimidation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh before deleting his tweet.
Cox responded to a photo of an actual mob at Kavanaugh’s home over the weekend to say protesters should empty out his home and burn his possessions.
“When he moves his family to a hotel, empty his house and burn his sh*t in front of the hotel,” the pro-abortion extremist tweeted.
This is why I laugh when I hear takes about eliminating anonymity on social media. As though there’s a shortage of verified accounts who will say stuff like this proudly and get enthusiastic support for it too. pic.twitter.com/OzehsV1uxn
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) May 9, 2022
Kavanaugh was one of three justices who saw pro-abortion protestors turn out at their homes, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito being the other two. It’s not clear if any of the justices were home at the time or if they have relocated for safety.
On Monday, in an unprecedented move, the Senate passed legislation that would extend security protections to immediate family members of Supreme Court justices. The act coming after Democrats like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., whipped the base into an absolute frenzy over a leaked majority opinion draft from Alito indicating that the Supreme Court is set to overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling.
While Cox deleted the tweet, he essentially doubled down on the tactic in a follow up tweet claiming that breaking into Kavanaugh’s home and stealing his possessions before setting them ablaze is not violence — a similar stance CNN and other biased media outlets took when Black Lives Matter advocates burned and looted American cities.
For the dopes:
The legal definition of violence means any intentional, reckless, or grossly negligent act that would reasonably be expected to cause physical injury or death to another *person*.
Removing things from an unoccupied building and burning it isn’t violence. pic.twitter.com/7zGHvQEVLT
— Steve Cox (@RealSteveCox) May 10, 2022
The radical left appears to hold a higher degree of contempt for Kavanaugh than they do the other conservative justices, a clear byproduct of the despicable character assassination campaign carried out by Senate Democrats during his confirmation process. Among the many unfounded smears directed at Kavanaugh was an accusation that he participated in a gang rape.
A Daily Wire reporter covering pro-abortion protests outside his home described the scenario “as nothing short of horrifying” and “one of the scariest things” he’s ever witnessed.
Douglas Blair said the level of vitriol outside of Trump-appointed Justice Kavanaugh’s home had a more intense, “palpably different” energy than what he witnessed at Justice John Robert’s residence, “They were yelling; they were screaming.”
Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
— Steve Cox (@RealSteveCox) May 10, 2022
— korserpentus (@korserpentus) May 9, 2022
— Bugle ‘em (@harrisbl79) May 9, 2022
Guess who’s going to get doxxed next, @RealSteveCox ?
— AngryAfriMan (@HisSculptures) May 9, 2022
So “silence is violence” is no longer a thing?
— Tilman Hausherr (@Passwort12345) May 10, 2022
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