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Earlier today, we reported on a shocking event in which a man was caught allegedly planning to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. This man was unable to achieve his evil mission, thank goodness. In the meantime, such an attempt arguably puts egg on the Democrat’s faces.

That is because they have been known to promote protests, and although they don’t generally encourage illegal behavior outright, they often don’t properly condemn it. During the 2020 presidential election, Kamala Harris helped fundraise to get rioters out of jail.

More recently, former Biden White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki encouraged protests of judges. The recent leak of the Supreme Court draft showing that Roe Vs. Wade may be overturned may have prompted a lot of the aforementioned.

Many Democrats praised the leak. Former Trump White House Press Secretary continued her ongoing criticisms of Jen Psaki today, first criticizing the current White House’s apparent timid response to the near-tragedy with Justice Kavanaugh, and then going after Psaki’s past statements. Check it out below:

“In light of the Kavanaugh news, first question to the White House today should be: “Does President Biden stand by this?” PSAKI: “And we certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges’ homes and that’s the president’s position.”

UPDATE: White House has condemned man near Kavanaugh’s home in custody Now, address Psaki encouraging illegal (18 U.S. Code § 1507) protests: “…protests that have been peaceful to date — & we certainly continue to encourage that — outside of judges’ homes”

It’s still hard to say what the Supreme Court will do. But we should hope it does not get intimidated into changing its course. Meanwhile, mid-terms aren’t looking good for Democrats, and although anything can happen, they could be in big trouble.

They are scrambling to try to shape a narrative that helps them in any way they can and seem to just keep digging themselves into a deeper and deeper proverbial hole.

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