Abortion Activists Met By Police Outside Of Clarence Thomas’ House

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Pro-abortion protestors were seen outside of the neighborhood of Clarence Thomas’ house but were swiftly met by police. Watch the activists in the video below.

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Pro-abortion were seen holding signs saying: “I’m a vagina voter” and “Keep your religion out of my vagina.” See them below.

The protesters were seen in a video posted by them chanting for Thomas’ wife to be arrested.

One of the posts mentioned that there were “eight police cars waiting” for them after their protest.

This has been a continuing trend where pro-choice demonstrators actively protest outside of the homes of Supreme Court justices after the leaked draft opinion signaling the potential overturning of Roe V. Wade came out on May 2.

On May 11, protestors were seen outside of Justice Amy Coney Barret’s house dressed like Handmaids from the popular TV show. See them below.

Republican Congressman have called on U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to enact a 72-year-old law banning demonstrations outside the homes of judges.

On Wednesday, Garland’s office issued a response: “Attorney General Garland continues to be briefed on security matters related to the supreme court and the supreme court justices.”

The attorney general directed US marshals service to help ensure the Justices’ safety by providing additional support to the marshal of the supreme court and the supreme court police.”

The protests have been mostly peaceful outside the Justice’s and outside the Supreme Court, but authorities have responded to them bu putting up barriers around court building.

The court is set to decide on Roe v. Wade is expected next month. Next News Network did a break down of the 26 states expected to ban abortion if the ruling passes officially. You can read more here.

Do you think it should be allowed for the public to protest justices based on a leaked memo?

Abortion Activists Met By Police Outside Of Clarence Thomas’ House

Joel Bailey

Joel Bailey is a social commentator and writer at the Next News Network. He graduated from Fisher College in Boston, Massachusetts and was adopted from Africa. He is proof of the American dream and learned conservative values at a young age.
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