CHEVY CHASE, Md.—About 20 pro-abortion protesters directed their screams at Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s children while walking by the justice’s Maryland residence multiple times on May 14.
“Kavanaugh girls, tell your dad to stop,” one protester shouted.
“I hope your daughters don’t have to make this choice,” another shouted.
“[Expletive] you, Kavanaugh, you rapist piece of [expletive],” another of the protesters shouted.
The protesters walked past the house in Chevy Chase, then circled back multiple times to scream obscenities again.
About a dozen police officers stood outside the house, but none took action to arrest the protesters, who continued to scream obscenities with every pass.
“No privacy for us, no peace for you,” the protesters chanted.
The protests were a response to a leaked Supreme Court opinion that suggested the court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade.
For the protest’s two organizers, who called themselves “He” and “They,” respectively, everything appeared to be going according to plan.
“We’re not stopping in front of his home. We’re walking by, and we’re turning back. So there’s no threat got to do with it. We don’t threaten people. The other people threaten us,” “He” said before the protesters started marching.
Before the protesters started toward Kavanaugh’s house, one of them distributed masks to the group.
“If you have a mask to cover your face, it would be even better,” “He” said.
“He” said he wasn’t affiliated with an organized group, but he read from a script on his phone at times when offering comment.
“To intimidate: It means to frighten someone, especially in order to make them do what one wants. So intimidation isn’t coming together as Americans in a community to voice one’s opinion. Intimidation is when the Capitol was stormed on Jan. 6,” he read.
“He” then recited a litany of violent incidents toward minorities and abortionists that he described as “intimidation.”