Harvard Law School instructors Supreme Court judge The person who overturned the Roe v. Wade case should “never know peace again.”
Harvard Law School Cyberlaw clinical instructor Alejandr Karabairo said in a tweet thread on June 25 that the Supreme Court judge who overturned the Roe v. Wade case in a ruling announced on June 24 was “Paria.” Stated.
“The six judges who overthrow Rho never know peace again. It is our citizen’s duty to arrest them every time they appear in public. They are Paria. To women. These judges should never have a peaceful moment because they have no rights. They have been republished. “
Harvard Law School instructors also said the Supreme Court “comes” much more than the Roe v. Wade case.
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“They come for contraception, same-sex marriage, and the ability to make LGBTQ people criminals again. May they feel the anxiety, anxiety, and anxiety that these judges are trying to give us.” He said.
She then tweeted a photo of the Supreme Court judge who voted against the Roe v. Wade case.
Since the Roe v. Wade case was overturned on June 24, protests have taken place at the Supreme Court judge’s house.
Pro-choice protesters gather in front of downtown Morton on July 6 Washington DC He demanded that the place and Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the Supreme Court should be forced to leave.
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“While having dinner at Morton’s restaurant, Judge Cabano and all other patrons at the restaurant were overly harassed by unruly protesters,” the steakhouse said.
“Politicians should not trample on the freedom to get together and exercise their right to eat supper, regardless of your side or opinion,” the statement continued. “Everything has time and place. It was a selfish and dignified act to disturb all our guests’ dinners.”
Fox News asked Caraballo and Harvard Law School for comment.
Caitlin McFall of Fox News contributed to this report.