The White House refuses to condemn efforts to intimidate SCOTUS judges

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to say whether President Joe Biden condemned efforts to intimidate Supreme Court justices by posting their addresses online and protesting outside their homes.

A leftist group called Ruth sent us published the home addresses of the court’s six conservators judges online, he called them “extremists” and on Tuesday announced a May 11 protest outside their homes after a leaked draft opinion revealed the probable overturning by Roè v. WadeMonday. Psaki refused to say whether Biden supported the group’s shares at a press conference on Thursday.

“Look, I think the president’s point of view is that there is a lot of passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness from many, many people across the country for what they saw in that leaked document,” Psaki said when he was told. Fox News’ Peter Doocy was asked if Biden supported these actions.

“Obviously we want people’s privacy to be respected. We want people to protest peacefully if they want to, to protest, “Psaki said.” This is certainly what the president’s point of view would be.

Psaki said the protests that took place in the judges’ homes that day were peaceful, not extreme, and added that people were protesting because they feared losing their rights.

Conservative legal commentators condemned Psaki’s refusal to condemn the attempted intimidation.

“Disgusting that the White House refuses to condemn this”, She said The President of the Judicial Crisis Network Carrie Severino.

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