Last week, Jen Psaki certainly didn’t say anything to dissuade people from protesting in front of Supreme Court justices’ homes — altered to the fact that someone had posted a map of the justices’ homes, Psaki said she didn’t have “an official U.S. government position” on where people protest.
On Monday, she was asked about the protests and assured us that there was no violence or vandalism.
PSAKI: "We have not seen violence or vandalism against Supreme Court justices." pic.twitter.com/5hBYAcNMX3
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) May 9, 2022
Supreme Court Justices and their families had to be moved away from their homes to undisclosed locations but, okay. https://t.co/Z3AtvXbW0y
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) May 9, 2022
Former California congressional candidate Steve Cox had locked down his account, but not before saying that protesters should empty out Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home and burn his possessions in front of whatever hotel he’s holed up in:
As Psaki said, people are certainly “passionate” about keeping Roe v. Wade intact.
Then your house next….
— Curtis Faulkner (@curtmoney73) May 9, 2022
Guess who's going to get doxxed next, @RealSteveCox ?
— AngryAfriMan (@HisSculptures) May 9, 2022
— Bugle ‘em (@harrisbl79) May 9, 2022
— korserpentus (@korserpentus) May 9, 2022
— srb (@srbfen1) May 9, 2022
@FBI you got eyes on this?
— ✨✨RAIN ✨✨ (@RainNapier) May 9, 2022
The FBI is too busy monitoring school board meetings to deal with something like this.
COWARD! Blue-check ‘reporter’ DELETES account after being DRAGGED mercilessly over tweet calling for MORE violence against pro-lifehttps://t.co/YZr1GgE2Y6
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 9, 2022