Far-left activist group Ruth Sent Us implored its followers to unleash protests at the church and home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett. The pro-abortion activist group hinted at targeting Barrett's children.
Ruth Sent Us – the far-left activist group named after late liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — is targeting Justice Barrett over the possibility that she would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Ruth Sent Us organized protests last month against Supreme Court justices – which the group described as "six extremist justices."
This week, Ruth Sent us called for more protests against Justice Barrett.
"If you’re in the DC metro area, join us," the group wrote on Tuesday. "Our protests at Barrett’s home moved the needle to this coverage."
The far-left group highlighted Barrett's daily schedule and the school where her children attend.
"Falls Church is a People of Praise stronghold," Ruth Sent Us stated. "She sends her seven kids to a People of Praise school that she sat on the Board of Directors for. She attends church DAILY."
The tweet included photos of Barrett with the name of the church she regularly attends, and advocated protesters to "voice your anger" by demonstrating at the place of worship.
Ruth Sent Us also sent a "special message" to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's wife and children at their school this week.
The pro-abortion group posted the addresses of conservative-leaning Supreme Court justices on the internet in May.
Federal prosecutors said Nicholas John Roske – the California man who allegedly wanted to assassinate Justice Kavanaugh – found the Supreme Court justice's address online.
"Roske stated he began thinking about how to give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court Justice after finding the Justice's Montgomery County address on the Internet. Roske further indicated that he had purchased the Glock pistol and other items for the purpose of breaking into the Justice's residence and killing the Justice as well as himself," the arrest affidavit says.
Roske was arrested outside Kavanaugh's Maryland home and had a Glock 17 pistol, ammunition, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, a screwdriver, a crowbar, and duct tape.
This week, the Department of Homeland Security warned that the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion challenging Roe v. Wade has ignited a wave of threats.
"Given a high-profile U.S. Supreme Court case about abortion rights, individuals who advocate both for and against abortion have, on public forums, encouraged violence, including against government, religious, and reproductive healthcare personnel and facilities, as well as those with opposing ideologies," the DHS report stated.