Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Tuesday endorsed criminal conduct when he encouraged pro-abortion activists to protest outside of the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.
Godless, pro-abortion activists protested outside of Justice Alito’s home this week.
Protesters are trying to intimidate conservative justices in an effort to change the draft opinion on Roe v Wade.
Former Attorney General Bill Barr Monday night told Fox News host Jesse Watters that it is a crime to go to a judge’s residence to influence decisions.
“[It’s] not a valid form of protest because it’s a violation of the law. There is time and place for protests, and the federal statute makes it clear if you go to the house of a judge, the residence of a judge to influence the judge in his decisions and demonstrate that that’s a federal crime,” Bill Barr told Jesse Watters.
A reporter on Tuesday asked Schumer if he is supportive of the protests outside of the homes of SCOTUS justices.
“Are you comfortable with protests that we saw outside the homes of Supreme Court justices over the weekend?” CNN’s Manu Raju asked Schumer.
Schumer endorsed criminal conduct.
“If protests are peaceful, yes. There’s protests three, four times a week outside my house,” Schumer said.
Schumer is not a judge so it’s no where near the same thing.
Q: “Are you comfortable with the protests that we saw outside the homes of Supreme Court justices over the weekend?”@SenSchumer: “If protests are peaceful; yes. My house, there’s protests 3-4 times a week outside my house.” pic.twitter.com/Mlu5dbHDbr
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