Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s pro-abortion neighbors criticized protesters demonstrating outside his home in a Wednesday report from The Washington Post.
Pro-abortion protesters have been demonstrating outside Kavanaugh’s home since a leaked draft of the Supreme Court’s opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Center indicated the court would overturn Roe v. Wade. The court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
“The vast majority of people here are pro-choice,” Lyric Winik, a neighbor of Kavanaugh’s, told The Washington Post. “And the very vast majority of people here think that these protesters have gotten out of control.”
Emily Strulson, who wrote “Reproduction Rights are Human Rights” on her driveway in response to the Supreme Court’s actions on Roe v. Wade, now sees the abortion protesters’ methods as disturbing.
“I understand where their passion comes from,” she said. “But I’ve had enough.”
Kavanaugh’s neighbors criticized the protesters “not [for] their presence so much as their volume and their often jarring language.” Neighbors who criticize the protesters have been called “Karens,” or worse, according to The Washington Post.
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“They just call us fascists,” Winik told the outlet. “Nothing about this is healthy. We’ve got kids on this street scared to leave their homes.”
Strulson’s husband said kids haven’t been able to play outside “due to fear” of the protesters, The Washington Post reported.
“I am expressly concerned for the safety of children on our street, including my own,” he said.
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