Amy Barrett’s Home Surrounded by Radical Protestors

Amy Barrett's Home Surrounded by Radical Protestors

Amy Barrett’s Home SURROUNDED – Details Released

( – A draft opinion penned by Associate Justice Samuel Alito leaked to the press in May. The document indicated the Supreme Court’s 6 to 3 conservative majority might overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion when they rule on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. On Saturday, June 18, a small but radical group of pro-choice protestors showed up at Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s house.

The primarily young protestors wore white clothes with fake blood stains around their private areas. They also held up tied hands holding plastic baby dolls. The young women were from a group called Rise Up 4 Abortion. One of the participants said children would be forced to give birth children and alleged a possible ban on abortions would also silence and invalidate women. She said that couldn’t be allowed to happen.

The group of young women tweeted they wanted what they called the pro-choice majority to hit the streets to stop the Supreme Court from overturning Roe. In a slap against pro-life women, they referred to them as “women-hating fascists.”

According to a new Fox News survey, most Americans feel it’s wrong to protest outside a Supreme Court Justice’s home. The poll found that 55% of registered voters said the protests were inappropriate. Of them, 70% of Republicans, and 62% of independents. Including all voters, only 37% said the demonstrations were appropriate – among them were 58% of Democrats.

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