Schumer, Biden And Arrested Murder Suspect Targeting Judge

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In March 2020, Schumer gave a speech outside the Supreme Court while a judge heard a case on Louisiana abortion law. Schumer shouted a warning to Kavanaugh and Justice Neil Gorsuch during the speech, saying he could face adverse consequences due to “bad decisions.”

“I want to talk to you, Gorsuch. I want to talk to you, Kavanaugh, you’ve unleashed a whirlwind, and you’re going to pay the price,” Schumer said. “You won’t know what’s wrong with you if you go ahead with this bad decision.”

Wednesday, June 8, 2022:

A Californian, Nicholas John Roske of Simi Valley, California, was arrested overnight near the Maryland home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The man reported to police that he was there to kill Kavanaugh. After the story broke, the Supreme Court issued a statement confirming the incident.

Kavanaugh has been a target of protesters in his home since leaks of conceptual opinions that overthrew Roe v. Wade.

New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz tweeted, “Breaking: Man arrested outside Brett Kavanaugh’s home around 1:45 p.m.”

The man had a gun and said he was there to kill Kavanaugh. He was taken into custody without incident… I can confirm the man taken into custody outside Brett Kavanaugh’s house last night was a 26-year-old white male with a California driver’s license. Previous address in Seattle… I got it directly from the source but had to get it out immediately.

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On Wednesday, Joe Biden appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s last show and predicted a “mini revolution” if Roe v. Wade has been overturned by the Supreme Court.

Instead of reducing the threat to the Judges, Joe said in agreement “revolution” must Roe v. Wade inverted.

This is the same Biden government that still encourages illegal protests in front of the Justices ’house, violating state and federal laws intended to prevent judges or jurors from fearing causing them to change their voices.

One federal statute prohibits “picketing or parading” with “intent to influence any judge.” The Act, 18 USC § 1507, reads as follows:

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“Anyone, with intent to interfere, obstruct, or obstruct the administration of justice, or with intent to influence a judge, jury, witness, or court official, while performing duties, pickets or parades at or near a courthouse construction in the United States, or in or near a building or place occupied or used by a judge, jury, witness, or court official, or with the intent thereof using a sound truck or similar device or resort for other demonstrations.in or near such building or place, shall be fined accordingly this title or imprisonment for not more than one year, or both.

Virginia state law provides verbiage and prescribes, in part:

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“Any person who engages in a picket in front of or in the vicinity of a house or place of residence, or who will assemble with any person or persons in a manner that is disruptive or threatens to violate an individual’s right to peace in his or her home, shall be guilty of class 3 misdemeanor.Each day that violates this section shall be a separate offense.

“I don’t think the state will survive,” Biden said of the possibility of Roe’s defeat in the Supreme Court Kimmel. “If in fact the decision goes down, and those countries impose the limits they have mentioned, it will lead to a mini-revolution and it will elect these people out of office.”

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Also on Wednesday, protesters returned to try to intimidate Kavanaugh.

With all this said, Chief Justice Roberts by not moving up the release of the managed Dobbs, stopped the excuse for the demonstrators to continue, leaving the door open to try additional assignments on the intern.

If Justice were to be shut down, all voices on the pending decision would be voiced, sending shock waves into every corridor of the descending Constitutional Republic.

By: Eric Thompson, editor of EricThompsonShow.com. Follow me Twitter and MagaBook

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