I am having a hard time deciding whether Democrats will go on the Sunday morning shows, saying there will violence from the right or whether they will wait until the violence happens and blame it on pro-lifers. It’s really a coin toss, but there is no doubt the violence will come from the left. It always comes from the left. The speculation is that the announcement will come on Monday.
I suspect the vote will be 5-4 since Roberts will side with the far left justices. Then I suspect all hell will break loose. A pro-abortion group has threatened to burn down the Supreme Court building and murder the conservative justices and their clerks. Don’t doubt it. They already kill more than 600,000 babies a year. You can pretty much count on demonstrations and riots coast to coast even in states that will not be affected by the ruling.
The Supreme Court could issue a ruling on abortion as soon as Monday, which would be days after a memo leaked from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reveals the Biden administration is preparing for a nationwide wave of violence following the decision on the future of Roe v. Wade.
A leaked draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito signaling the high court plans to overturn landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade sparked pro-choice protests nationwide and an uptick in violence. Protesters have targeted the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices and vandals have targeted at least five pro-life crisis pregnancy centers across the U.S. and Catholic churches have been threatened and vandalized.
A leaked DHS Memo showed that the Biden administration is preparing for violence after the decision is officially released.
Pro-abortion extremists are reportedly threatening to burn down the Supreme Court building and murder justices and the clerks, prompting law enforcement to ready itself for political violence should Roe v. Wade be overturned.
A May 13 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memo obtained by Axios revealed that government officials are investigating threats to the justices, the clerks, to places of worship, and to abortion clinics.
These threats “are likely to persist and may increase leading up to and following the issuing of the Court’s official ruling,” the memo said.