Friday, May 24, 2024

Leftist Hate Group that Doxxed Kavanaugh Disavows White, Male Assassin

'He belongs to colonizers and your common mental illness: delusions of grandeur... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The pro-abortion group that shared Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh‘s address online for everyone to see has disavowed the justice’s attempted assassin because of his skin color and sex.

The militant abortion activist cult Ruth Sent Us is one of the many groups that leaked addresses of private homes and organized protests at justices’ residences, the Daily Caller reported.

In an attempt to distance themselves from the attempted murder of Kavanaugh, spokespeople for Ruth Sent Us said that they could not be responsible because their group  is comprised of non-white women and LGBT people.

So, because the attempted assassin was a white man, he could not be a part of their group.

“After days of being blamed for Kavanaugh’s cowardly assassin, we say ENOUGH. We’re women of color and LGBTQ+ people,” the organization tweeted.

“Don’t palm off Nicholas Roske on us, ‘the left’, Democrats, Schumer, or choice. He belongs to colonizers and your common mental illness: delusions of grandeur.”

Nicholas Roske was arrested last week and charged with attempted murder after the police found him outside of Kavanaugh’s house with a bevy of weaponry.

Ruth Sent Us continues to organize protests outside of the justices’ homes, including hosting one the day after the attempt on Kavanaugh’s life.

Statements from a neighbor of Justice Kavanaugh have said the protesters—who march multiple times per week—highlight that authorities have done little to help the neighborhood.

The neighbor said people coming to the protests were overwhelmingly from outside of the area, and come around 7 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, according to Fox News,

“There’s nowhere to go to get away from it,” they said.

“I think people are very concerned that if there isn’t action taken, that this will escalate in a way that is very unpredictable and very unsafe and that’s what’s so discouraging, is the fact that there just doesn’t seem to be anyone in a position of leadership or authority who is considering those issues and acting on them and trying to look for a solution rather than just allowing this possibly to escalate.”

The decision on whether the court will strike down Roe v. Wade and send the issue of abortion back to the states is expected within the next few weeks.

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