Protests are occurring outside the homes of America’s Supreme Court Justices, and Virginia Governor Glen Youngkin has had enough.
“Youngkin (R) asked the Fairfax County board of supervisors to order the local police department to establish an ‘expanded security perimeter’ around the homes of three U.S. Supreme Court Justices who call the county home,” reports Breitbart News.
Youngkin made the request in a letter.
“I am writing to respectfully request that the Fairfax County Police Department establish an expanded security perimeter around the homes of the three current Supreme Court Justices who reside in Fairfax County,” Youngkin wrote in part in a letter to board members and chairman Jeff McKay.
“The letter continues by noting that Youngkin and the state police have obtained credible intelligence of serious threats to the safety and lives of the three Justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, and Clarence Thomas,” reported Breitbart News.
The letter continues:
“This request is based on credible and specific information received about upcoming activities planned at or involving the homes of the Justices in Fairfax County. We believe for the safety of the Justices and their families, their neighbors, and the law enforcement heroes dedicated to preserving peace and order in our communities, that an expanded security perimeter should be established. Establishing a perimeter will ensure both the safety of the Justices, their neighbors and the demonstrators.”
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