Pro-Abortion Agitators Descend on Justice Kavanaugh’s Home to Protest Texas Heartbeat Bill

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A group of rowdy pro-abortion protesters descended on a quiet suburb of Washington, D.C. to express their outrage over the Supreme Court’s decision not to block a Texas bill that bans most abortions after a heartbeat can be detected.

The protesters believed that the Chevy Chase, Maryland neighborhood was home to Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a Trump appointee whose confirmation hearings were marred with explosive allegations of sexual abuse from decades prior.

TownHall reported that the group, “ShutDown DC” was behind the rally.

As protesters equipped with signs and bullhorns marched down the suburban street, one individual lead the group repeatedly asked the crowd, “When abortion rights are under attack, what do we do?”

“Rise up, fight back,” the few dozen agitators chanted back.

They also reportedly shouted “we’re going to march to Kavanaugh’s house!” and “out of your homes and into the streets!”

The protesters scrawled more messages on the sidewalk with chalk, like “resign Kavanaugh,” and “my body, my choice.”

Although police officers stood by without interfering with the demonstration, some of the protesters heckled the members of law enforcement.

TownHall also notes that ahead of the protest, it was reported that the group made sure to warn protest-goers not to compare Kavanaugh to the Taliban, as doing so could be considered “Islamophobic.”

Kavanaugh sided with the rest of the high court’s conservative majority this month in the decision not to block Texas’ controversial bill.

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