Neighbor Of Conservative SCOTUS Justice Tells Protestors To Get Lost

The leaked draft decision signaling an end to the 1973 Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade has done more to expose the cultural divide in America than any political event in modern history, including Donald Trump’s historic 2016 presidential campaign.

The abortion procedure, the literal removal of unborn life from a mother’s womb, has evolved into somewhat of a religious ceremony to the increasingly radical American left — the same people rioting outside the homes of conservative SCOTUS justices.

In a way, they bring a comparable level of religious fervor to their defense of abortion just as Christians do in their argument against the procedure. It’s an empty spiritual battle as one side is not spiritual at all, just merely co-opting and mimicking the spiritual importance of defending life.

Feeling compelled to terrorize a group of sitting justices based on a decision to end Roe v. Wade (not abortion per se) is a character flaw one must examine if they ever wish to get what they want out of life.

Luckily, there are normal people that still exist in this highly-politicized country, people who don’t find it necessary to scream bloody murder outside someone’s private home, people who understand the importance of the argument without completely losing their minds over it.

One of those people happens to be the neighbor of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

On Wednesday, a reporter asked Justice Barrett’s neighbor what he thought about the hoards of pathetic leftists gathered outside her home. His response, though succinct, is a perfect message thought should be pondered on by these rioters:

“Go home and get a family.”

According to him, the protests outside Barrett’s residence are inappropriate. “They live here. This is where she lives,” he said.

When asked if he believed these people at a right to protest, the neighbor said:

“They have the right to protest, but not in front of someone’s house.”

Pro-abortion activists have been appearing outside several justices’ homes in the wake of the unprecedented Supreme Court draft opinion leak, which suggested a probable overturn of Roe v. Wade.

On Wednesday night, protesters chanted, “Keep your religion off my vagina,” and “Pro-life is a lie. You don’t care if people die” outside Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s and Chief Justice John Roberts’s homes in Maryland.

Justice Alito has since been forced into hiding at an undisclosed location.

The White House continues to support and encourage “peaceful” rioting outside the homes of Supreme Court justices.

Author: Ann Taylor