Ruth Sent Us Protestors Dox Justices (Video)

Radical leftist activists calling themselves “Ruth Sent Us” have published what appears to be the home addresses of Justices Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, John Roberts, and Amy Coney Barrett. It appears that the inspiration for the group “Ruth Sent Us” is the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The group said, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent her entire life moving the needle towards justice for all”. They also said that they had an alliance with Black Lives Matter. The group plans their “rise up” between May 8th through 15th of 2022.



Their website reads that they believe women deserve trust, black lives matter, love is love, and no human is illegal. It goes on to state, “there are six to three extremist Supreme Court routinely issues ruling that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics.” The website has links to their private Facebook group as well as their Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter. It goes on to ask for chalk artists, graphic designers that would like to contribute, and large-scale artists. At the very bottom of the website is an announcement saying that there would be a walk by Wednesday on May 11th of 2022. This walk by Wednesday will be at the homes of the 6th “extremist justices”, three that are located in Virginia and three that are located in Maryland. It goes on to say, “if you would like to join or lead a peaceful protest, let us know.”

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Fox News reported that there would be a strong police presence around the justices’ homes most likely in response to this group. Additionally, a seven-foot metal security fence has been installed around the perimeter of the Supreme Court as capitol police expect escalating protests there. Foot traffic has been reduced from the court and more prominent police presence has been seen throughout the area.

It is unclear as to whether or not the Biden Administration is aware of the potential danger to the justices due to this doxing event. Google Maps has taken down their map from the Ruth Sent U.S. website as it was a violation of their terms of service. It is also unclear whether the Federal Bureau of investigation has been notified and is in the process of making sure the people who sit on the highest court in this land are safe. At the very least one would assume that the administration would disavow these tactics against another branch of the government. This is very much akin to an insurrection against the Judicial branch. Yet, the Executive Branch and Legislative Branch have yet to denounce it. Are we in an undeclared civil war?

The group is protesting in response to a leak to Politico that Roe versus Wade may be overturned. Interestingly enough, Ruth Bader Ginsburg disagreed with Roe versus Wade and how it was decided. Justice Ginsburg believed that 9 unelected Supreme Court Justices should not have decided on whether or not a woman had the right to an abortion. She felt it should have gone through the legislative process. She felt that the court went too far in what it invalidated and should have simply said the statute that came before the court was unconstitutional, not weighing in on every sector of abortion. Justice Ginsburg believed that the core issue of Roe versus Wade should have been the rights of women to control their own lives. Unfortunately, this is not what the Supreme Court at that time focused on.



 

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