More SCOTUS talk

Alito’s draft has caused immediate, spontaneous uprisings, one of which is a vigil, or demonstration (I’m not there so can’t identify fully) outside the home of Brett Kavanaugh. No violence has been reported. Still, certain white male pundits who claim they’re appalled by SCOTUS’s conservatives have been sternly condescending in “advising” against such protests. They say it’s “inappropriate,” or not civil, or something like that. The “fuck you”s on Twitter are really loud.

You need a damn good reason to justify protesting outside someone’s house. Brett Kavanaugh being a serial sexual assaulter who lied under oath while being illegitimately appointed, and is now trying to take away women’s most fundamental rights, sounds like a damn good reason. — The Palmer Report

Just because I’m pro-choice doesn’t mean I’m pro-abortion. It means that your choice is none of my god damn business. Why can’t Republicans understand this? — JoJofromJerz

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: “It is an outrage that we have 5 justices on the Supreme Court who lied — LIED — in their confirmation hearings in order to be confirmed.”

If you’re more outraged by people peacefully protesting outside individual’s homes than 5 unelected extremists ripping rights to bodily autonomy from over 160 million girls and women, you are completely out of touch with the calamity of this moment. — Andrew Wortman

When discussing the propriety of protesting outside of supreme court justices’ homes, it’s important to remember that in the 90s the court held that protesting outside of the homes of **abortion clinic employees** is protected by the first amendment — Law Boy Esq.

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