The Left’s pressure campaign against conservative Supreme Court justices is just getting started.
According to a report from Fox News, the far-left pro-abortion group calling itself “Ruth Sent Us” is organizing protests in front of the homes of all six Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices for what is being called “Walk-by Wednesday.”
The group has been involved in a widespread leftist intimidation and pressure campaign targeting the Court’s conservative justices—Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, John Roberts, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett—since Justice Alito’s draft opinion in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was unlawfully leaked.
The draft indicated that the Court would soon be overturning Roe v. Wade, thereby returning the abortion debate to state legislatures and overturning Roe‘s nearly fifty-year legal precedent. The Left, naturally, promptly lost its collective mind and has since subjected the country to an ongoing and tiresome meltdown.
Ruth Sent Us is one of the more bizarre and colorful far-left groups to join the fray, and operates a TikTok account that boasts more than 22,000 followers. Activists with Ruth Sent Us enjoy playing dress-up by wearing costumes inspired by the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s feminist dystopia “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and the group recently posted a video showing costumed activists parading in front of what appears to be Justice Barrett’s home.
They’ve also targeted Catholic churches, with one video showing activists entering a Catholic church during Mass.
@ruthsent Reply to @tgr5724 Be sure to watch Part 1 if you haven’t! Video by @gumpshn! #riseup4abortionrights #strikeforchoice #riseup March 8 #iwd2022 #keepyourrosariesoffmyovaries #catholic #catholictiktok #catholictokers @riseup4abortionrights @vigilfordemocracy ♬ original sound – Ruth Sent Us
“For 2,000 years the Catholic Church has been an institution for the enslavement of women,” a protester narrates in the video, eschewing the more customary “uterus-bearing individual” or “birthing body” to employ instead the archaic and patriarchal slur of “women.”
It’s not the first time the group has allegedly displayed anti-Catholic bigotry, threatening just last week to burn the Eucharist to show their disdain for the prayers of Catholic churchgoers.
Stuff your rosaries and your weaponized prayer.
We will remain outraged after this weekend, so keep praying.
We’ll be burning the Eucharist to show our disgust for the abuse Catholic Churches have condoned for centuries. pic.twitter.com/1UxAkyuXTg
— Ruth Sent Us 🪧 (@RuthSentUs) May 7, 2022
“Stuff your rosaries and your weaponized prayer,” the group tweeted. “We will remain outraged after this weekend, so keep praying. We’ll be burning the Eucharist to show our disgust for the abuse Catholic Churches have condoned for centuries.”
Meanwhile, Fox News has shown that the far-left activist Sam Spiegel, the registrant of the Ruth Sent Us website, is no stranger to political harassment techniques. Expressing approval of Democratic Representative Maxine Waters’ call in 2018 to ambush Trump administration officials, he tweeted: “Lies and cruelty are not political opinions. If you support Trump today, you’re a Nazi, and should be run out of polite society.”
Lies and cruelty are not political opinions. If you support Trump today, you’re a Nazi, and should be run out of polite society.
Also, if you’re a Trump supporter, I call BS on your claim of Democrat best friends.
— Sam Spiegel, Ph.D. 🪧 (@UNSEATpac) June 24, 2018
So the recent activities against conservative Supreme Court justices are merely part of a long-running pattern by Ruth Sent Us and its organizers. And it’s not only conservatives and Republicans who are in the group’s crosshairs — they’re also targeting Nancy Pelosi’s home, accusing her of “complicity” with Republicans and abetting through her inaction in the overthrow of Roe v. Wade.
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