‘Ruth Sent Us’ Separates Themselves From Kavanaugh’s Attempted Assassin

The pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us is one of the many organizations who published Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s address online. After Kavanaugh had an assassination attempt at his home, the group is distancing themselves from the suspect because he’s white.

Protests outside of Supreme Court Justices’ homes have been ongoing after leaked documents showing an opinion that the court could overturn Roe v. Wade. The leak is still being investigated with no new clues being released on who is responsible for the unprecedented action.

The organization is partly responsible for rallying people at meeting points to protest. Currently, the ‘Ruth Sent Us’ website includes a Monday through Saturday schedule that shows at which Justices’ houses protests will be held.

It’s still illegal to protest outside of Justice’s homes, but the federal, state and local governments aren’t stopping the protests.

The White House is encouraging peaceful protests, which doesn’t make the situation any better. Then-Press Secretary Jen Psaki said, “So, I know that there’s an outrage right now, I guess, about protests that have been peaceful to date. And we certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges’ homes. And that’s the president’s position.”

Chuck Schumer (D-NY) also made bizarre statements back in March 2020 that sounded more like threats than condemnation. Schumer said, “I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.”

Nicholas Roske threatened to assassinate Kavanaugh. In a tweet, they said that he couldn’t have been part of their movement because he “belonged to colonizers” and “we’re women of color and LGBTQ+ people.”

After Roske’s arrest, protesters were back outside of all six Justices’ homes the next night.