Recently, the Women’s March promised a “Summer of Rage” in response to a leaked Supreme Court document, and this threat, coupled with others, has led to great fears for the safety of conservative Supreme Court justices who are set to overturn the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
This week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a memo warning about possible violence against Supreme Court justices, which was recently obtained by NBC News.
In the memo, the DHS notes that threats of serious violence against various Supreme Court justices and other public officials remains significantly elevated, and they “are likely to persist and may increase leading up to and following the issuing of the Court’s official ruling” on the 1973 Court decision.
The memo also noted that various threats include “burning down or storming the U.S. Supreme Court and murdering Justices and their clerks,” alongside other “members of Congress, and lawful demonstrators.”
The threats have significantly increased since the leaked draft of an upcoming Court opinion regarding the likely overturn of Roe v. Wade, as well as the likely overturn of Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
DHS also insisted that it remained committed to free speech, claiming that the department remains “committed to protecting Americans’ freedom of speech,” alongside “other civil rights and civil liberties,” such as the right to “peaceful assembly” guaranteed under the First Amendment, an amendment widely lambasted by the far-left press and various millennials.
“DHS is also committed to working with our partners across every level of government and the private sector to share timely information and intelligence,” the memo added, a clear reference to the longstanding collusion between U.S intelligence communities and social media giants, which is likely why Facebook and Google tend to evade real regulation of any kind.
DHS claims that the collusion with social media giants is necessary to “prevent all forms of violence” in spite of violent BLM riots being largely organized via Facebook and other tools of the far left.
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