Q: Are you comfortable with the protests that we saw outside the homes of Supreme Court justices?
Schumer: Yes. my house, there's protests 3, 4 times a week outside.. That's the American way to peacefully protest.. [his phone rings].. that's my wife. Maybe there's a protest."
— Michael McAuliff (@mmcauliff) May 10, 2022
Q: "Are you comfortable with the protests that we saw outside the homes of Supreme Court justices over the weekend?"@SenSchumer: "If protests are peaceful; yes. My house, there's protests 3-4 times a week outside my house." pic.twitter.com/Mlu5dbHDbr
— CSPAN (@cspan) May 10, 2022
Journalists covering demonstrations in from of Alito’s house are being given wine and cheese by neighors (and key lime pie, in another post) and funny how the neighbors respect the legal right to peaceful protest more than the legal people do. https://t.co/VmeYkTXFay
— Maryn McKenna (@marynmck) May 10, 2022
sorry, but protesting outside of justices' homes is not the right way to voice your disapproval of the court. the proper course is to pour billions of dollars of dark money into building institutions that steadily subsume the judiciary over the course of several decades
— Law Boy, Esq. (@The_Law_Boy) May 8, 2022
Protesting outside of a judge’s home is unacceptable. Please stick to the established channels for free speech: Hiring a lawyer to represent you; becoming a lawyer yourself; donating to a lawyer’s political campaign; or pretending to be a lawyer on Twitter.
— Ned Resnikoff (@resnikoff) May 9, 2022
when discussing the propriety of protesting outside of supreme court justices' homes, it's important to remember that in the 90s the court held that protesting outside of the homes of **abortion clinic employees** is protected by the first amendment
— Law Boy, Esq. (@The_Law_Boy) May 9, 2022
'Our imagined enemies do it so obviously we can.'
— zeddy (@Zeddary) May 9, 2022
I agree the WaPo Editorial Board is wrong, but I don’t agree the protestors are:
if you suspect the leak was from the anti-roe camp for the purpose of locking in opinions then you should likewise realize that the very point is to create this very cause de celebre for these “poor victimized justices just tryin to do their job how dare you intimidate me”
— kilgore trout, death to putiner (@KT_So_It_Goes) May 10, 2022
The rightwingers are gonna throw tantrums regardless, I say make ’em own it…
LBJ's Texas home surrounded by Vietnam protestors, 1968. He was not "intimidated," in fact, he told the secret service and the Gillespie Co., Sheriff to leave the protesters alone and "let them have their say." -WJ pic.twitter.com/BMU7bRAKsq
— Lyndon Baines Johnson (@lyndonbajohnson) May 10, 2022