Youngkin Steps Up Protection of SCOTUS Justices’ Homes

By WMAL.com

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin is stepping up his efforts to protect Supreme Court Justices following the recent leak that sparked national protests over the Court’s plans to overturn Roe v Wade. Last week, the pro-choice organization Ruth Sent Us released a map showing the home addresses of six Supreme Court Justices, three of whom live in Virginia. 

“The governor is aware and Virginia State Police will monitor the situation,” The Epoch Times quoted the governor’s spokeswoman Macaulay Porter as saying in an email. “VSP will assist federal and local law enforcement as needed to ensure the safety of our citizens, including Supreme Court justices, who call Virginia home.”

The organizations called for protestors to join them on Sunday to rally outsides the Justices’ homes, publishing on their website, “ANNOUNCING: Walk-by Wednesday, May 11, 2022!” says the group’s website. “At the homes of the six extremist justices, three in Virginia and three in Maryland. If you’d like to join or lead a peaceful protest, let us know.”

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has remained silent on his office’s plan to protect the homes and families of Supreme Court Justices residing in Maryland.

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