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Without condemning the protests taking place outside the houses of Supreme Court judges, the Biden administration, Roy v. Senator Mike Lee, R-Uta, said Sunday that he believes the lawsuit is justified against judges who sign the opinion that Wade is being manipulated.

“What we have seen is a deliberate attempt to isolate, demonize and intimidate the judges who are signing Justice Alito’s opinion, which everyone should read – this is amazing,” Lee told a show on Fox News Sunday.

“The Department of Justice has turned a blind eye to the gross violations of 18 US Code 1507 – this provision prohibits people from protesting at the Supreme Court judge’s house,” he said. “Without condemning them, without prosecuting them, the Biden administration is promoting this and legalizing the attacks.”

Pro-abortion protests resumed outside Justice Brett Kavanagh’s Maryland home just hours after a California man appeared with a gun, knife, zip tie and loot tools as part of a murder plot. Lee’s comments to Fox News host Shannon Bream came after President Biden signed a bill last week to provide more protection for judges and their families.

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Army.  Mike Lee, R-Utah, spoke at a news conference in the Capitol on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.

Army. Mike Lee, R-Utah, spoke at a news conference in the Capitol on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.
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As the Supreme Court has not yet issued its ruling in the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case, a recent letter signed by pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge called for an intensification of violence and declared it an “open season” on pro-life health centers. .

Fox News Digital reported on Thursday that Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arch., Wrote a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding the resignation of the Justice Department, which has recently fired more than 50 pro-life pregnancy centers and churches. Weeks.

On May 11, 2022, abortion rights lawyers staged a protest outside the home of U.S. Associate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

On May 11, 2022, abortion rights lawyers staged a protest outside the home of U.S. Associate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
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The FBI announced on Friday that it was investigating a series of attacks and threats targeting pregnancy resource centers and trust-based organizations across the country as potential acts of domestic violence. However, Lee said Sunday that he was not satisfied with the response, as protests were still going on outside Kavanagh’s and other judges’ homes.

Law enforcement officers are on guard as protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022, in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Law enforcement officers are on guard as protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022, in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
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In an earlier interview, Lee also explained why he was disappointed with the announcement last week by a group of 20 senators, including 10 Republicans, that they had reached an agreement on gun control after the recent mass shootings in Buffalo, New York. Wawalde, Texas.

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The lawmakers’ framework so far has called for funding for mental health services, improving reviews for buyers between the ages of 18 and 21, increasing school resources, clarifying the definition of a licensed dealer, and closing what is known as the boyfriend loophole. The bill “helps to prevent the laying of deadly weapons in the hands of persons determined by the court to be a significant risk to themselves or others in accordance with state and federal duty policies and constitutional protections.”

Protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022 in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh on June 8, 2022 in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
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“A lot of things in it are not objectionable, the problem we have here is we do not have a bill. So last week, about a week ago, when we had this gang of 20, I was shocked when they told us we had a deal,” Lee said. “I kept asking to see the text and it became clear that they had no bill – they had no contract. What they had was an agreement on a very wide range of promises.”

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“Somehow I know the bill text was probably written, but on the most controversial, controversial, effective terms, there is no language. Without that language you can not confirm whether it is right or not,” he added. “Whenever something like this happens we must be careful not to act under the heat of the moment with great emotion without seeing the text and knowing what we are doing. And we must be careful not to punish the law – Americans who are guilty of the mistakes made by criminal thinkers and insane people.”