The Supreme Court ruling in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is imminent. The decision could be announced any day and will be given some time before mid-July. Whatever the ruling, there will be a big change in America. Angry pro-abortion protesters have been marching at the homes of conservative Justices since the possible decision was leaked on May 2, 2022.
One deranged protester traveled from
California to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh but gave himself up when he
saw U.S. marshals guarding the Kavanaugh home.
Douglas Blair posted an article that
including numerous tweets showing preparations being made for protests around
the Supreme Court building.
Dan Hart posted an article about
the many protests and attacks that have taken place in the past six weeks. He
quoted The Washington Stand as stating that there were “at least 41 separate
incidents of violent attacks against churches, pro-life organizations, and
pro-life property across the country since the May 2 leak.” The attacks were of
a variety of “arson, vandalism, property theft, and property destruction.”
These incidents do not include at least
nine other occurrences of physical violence against pro-life advocates, threats
of violence against churches, and illegal disruptions of church services that
have unfolded within the same time frame.
In the same time period, there has been a
single instance of violence against pro-abortion advocacy groups, in which a
woman is suspected of committing arson at an abortion facility under construction
on May 25 in Wyoming.
Despite the wide disparity in violent
incidents between the two groups, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
issued a “Terrorism Threat” advisory bulletin on June 7 that appeared to equate
the amount of violent incidents from activists on both sides of the abortion issue.
It stated, in part, “… individuals who advocate both for and against abortion
have, on public forums, encouraged violence….”
Equating fifty (41 + 9) attacks
against pro-life advocates and “violence against churches, pro-life organizations,
and pro-life property” with one instance of “violence against pro-abortion
advocacy groups” is a giant act of dishonesty. Both types of violence are
wrong, but why did the Department of Homeland Security color both types with
the same brush?
One of the reasons why the
pro-abortion crowd continues to protest is that they do not face any
obstruction for breaking laws. There is a federal law against protesting at the
homes of federal judges and justices. Yet, the DOJ has not arrested any of the
protesters marching around the homes of the justices. We need a Department of
Justice that is apolitical that will treat Americans from all political sides