The Revenge of the Socialists By Charles Taylor (Florida)

With Roe v. Wade being overturned by SCOTUS, the world is being given a look at the mind and actions of socialists and the Left. The narrative is that abortion is now illegal, that women’s rights have been denied, but in reality, the constitutional right to abortion has gone, and the power to decide goes back to the states. Nothing prevents blue states from keeping their pro-abortion laws. But the Left demands that all must conform to them or be destroyed. Thus, acts of revenge against the Supreme Court justices, even after the decision, which serves no political point but can only be revenge. These are a nasty bunch of people, and really conservatives have lived with them in an abusive relationship for far too along. Time for the Great Divorce of secession, the breakup of nations. Let these urban creatures learn the art of feeding themselves.

“Like clockwork, extremists all across the web are plotting out ways to get back at the Supreme Court for reversing Roe v. Wade, including targeting the homes of justices and possibly even planting pipe bombs in retaliation.

A Reddit group called r/WorkersStrikeBack saw members leaking the addresses of the conservatives on the court who voted in favor of protecting unborn human life. That particular subreddit describes itself as a:

“… leftist, anti-capitalist, socialist subreddit that is dedicated to support worker strikes, protests and unions all over the world, address the obvious problems related to an average worker’s workplace, offer advice to a fellow worker struggling with their workplace problems and mock or satirize any kind of anti-worker sentiment.”

If r/WorkersStrikeBack members are unable to find Supreme Court justices at their homes for payback, then they plan to intercept them on the way to church – whatever it takes to once again get the court to recognize legal baby murder at the federal level.

The home addresses of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, and Neil Gorsuch all appeared on the subreddit.

“At the time of publication, the post doxxing the Supreme Court justices had been allowed up in the subreddit for more than 22 hours,” reported Blaze Media. “What is most concerning is the post received nearly 27,000 upvotes in the online socialist community of 97,000 users.”

In addition to all this, there were more than 2,000 comments written in response to the doxing post, some of which suggested violence against the justices who voted to protect unborn human life

What has America become in these last days?

One Reddit user suggested that angry militants who demand full access to abortion in every state and in every crevice of the country offered advice about how to target Supreme Court justices on their way to and from weekly worship services.

“The area they live in is super wealthy and they all definitely are part of local bloated churches,” this person wrote. “Find their churches, they can never be free, because you can track when they’re home by when they go to their local church.”

Another asked how to find the justices’ second homes, the assumption being that they are all wealthy vacationers.

Since mailing pipe bombs could put postal workers at risk, another Reddit user claiming to work for the United States Postal Service wrote, it is better to take “more direct action.”

“Socialist mailman here, please don’t send anything that could hurt your mail handlers,” this person pleaded. “Accidental tearing happens to mail all the time. I would encourage more direct action at a time like this.”

There was also plenty of hand-wringing about how voting to protect unborn human life represents “fascism,” and that the only way to combat it is to harass and commit acts of violence in response, which is actually fascism.

“Politicians are way too comfortable in this country when they’re willing to break precedent to go against 70% of the population to fit their own agenda,” another abortion lover suggested. “Maybe it’s time they felt less comfortable and safe.”

“Violence is never the answer. It’s the question. And right now, the answer is yes,” is how someone else, thinking herself to be witty, put it.

There were also calls to “target the police,” even though law enforcement has absolutely nothing to do with the Supreme Court’s decision.”



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Monday, 04 March 2024

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