The 911 call that led to the arrest of the armed young man outside SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home confirmed that he came there intending to kill Kavanaugh because he was all fired up by incendiary rhetoric about the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade. We know this because the would-be assassin made the call himself.
He said he found the house thanks to an article containing a photo and the address (nice doxing job, guys), but when he saw there were officers there, he left and called 911 to give himself up. He admitted needing psychiatric help and said he wanted to be fully compliant.
We can learn a few things from this. Like how incredibly dangerous it is to print the addresses of Supreme Court Justices. And how shockingly irresponsible it is for people like Chuck Schumer to make threatening comments intended to influence the judges’ votes, knowing that there might be mentally unstable people listening and taking him seriously (if you listen to Chuck Schumer at all and take him seriously, you’re likely mentally unstable.) And we learn that the gun didn’t come to shoot a Justice all by itself. As is often the case, it was carried there by someone who had mental health issues.
Of course, some people are incapable of learning, which is why radical pro-abortion groups like Ruth Sent Us are continuing their unconscionable intimidation campaign against not only the Justices but Amy Coney Barrett’s children at her school. And we learn that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s refusal to enforce federal law against harassment of judges at their homes is not only emboldening these dangerous people, it’s also adding more grounds for Garland’s inevitable (and I hope, swift) impeachment in the upcoming GOP Congress.
Related: The New York Times buried the story below 16 other stories, and headlined it, “Armed Man is Arrested Near Home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh.” Wonder how they would’ve treated it if it had been an armed man in a MAGA cap admitting he intended to assassinate Justice Sotomayor?
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Edna W Pitts
06/14/2022 02:42 PM
Governor Huckabee, I just want to say thank you for your daily news letter and the daily devotions! Also, I’m thankful at least there’s someone such as yourself that has the political views as myself! I’ve become VERY sad, disappointed, angry at times with the amount of evil that lives and exist in Washington DC…and, others keep re-electing them same individuals back into office over and over again…term limits is desperately needed OR, I personally feel our country is not going to ever recover from this massive destruction that has taken place in our country!
Oh…one other thing, I took your Survey on Trump versus DeSantis and, I voted for DeSantis only because…I’m truly afraid the evil doing of the democrats will eventually harm President Trump!
In my opinion…Trump did our country a great service by being elected into office…because, I believe we would NEVER have know the extent of the corruption in our states and nation’s government! Again thank you and prayers to you your family and your staff that helps you daily, God Bless y’all, Edna Pitts
06/13/2022 06:52 PM
This is ridiculous. There must be a punishment to fit the crime - STARTING with people who should be responsible for their spoken rhetoric and or conduct which fuels/inflames the judgements of some humans that do not have the ability to make better judgments on their own.
Adam Schiff - Maxine Waters - Chuck Schumer - Nancy Pelosi - to name few.