Republican and Democratic Senators alike have come out to say a pro-abortion protest outside the home of Brett Kavanaugh absolutely crossed a line on September 13.
Around 50 demonstrators marched to Kavanaugh’s residence in Maryland to rally against Brett’s recent move to maintain a Texas law that prevents murder, even if that person is only a fetus with a heartbeat.
The group approaches Kavanaugh’s home. Neighborhood kids watching on their porch. pic.twitter.com/bvc3Gh6m8y
— Mary Margaret Olohan (@MaryMargOlohan) September 13, 2021
The nation’s highest court voted to maintain the law 5-4 on September 2, with Brett Kavanaugh voting in the majority.
Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa, adressed how the rally outside of Brett Kavanaugh’s home crossed the line: “This protest looks like another blatant attempt to intimidate the judiciary and anyone who disagrees with the radical agenda pushed by partisan advocates.”
Senator Dick Durbin, a Democrat, agreed with Grassley.
“Politics ain’t beanbag. We all know that you have to have a tough mental hide to be in this business,” Durbin said. “But it’s absolutely unacceptable, from my point of view, to involve any major public figure’s family or their home or to involve yourself in criminal trespass in the name of political freedom of speech.”
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