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The Left is Angry, My Friends


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David Bozell: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. David Bozell of ForAmerica. I wanted to go through a couple things.


The Left wing is just mad, ticked off with the Roe versus Wade decision or the draft of the decision by Samuel Alito. There's two groups. One I'll mention in a second.


The other one I've really kind of debated whether or not I should give them any sort of air time. You know what? I'm not. I'm not going to say the name of it. Just know that there is a group out there that they've posted a Google map and the almost near precise locations of six of the homes, the private homes of six Supreme Court justices, and they've announced what they're calling a "walk-by." I don't know what that is. Wednesday, May 11th. I'm sure the justices are well aware of this stuff and they'll have to go through all sorts of increased security around their private residences. Just feel bad for them.


Erin Schaff/New York Times/AP

They've got Google maps. Now, they don't list the exact address, but if you zoom in to the dot that they put on the map, it's basically right there and then they put the names. I can tell you where Samuel Alito lives. I can tell you where Amy Coney Barrett lives. I can tell you where the Thomases live, Judge Gorsuch, et cetera.


The funny thing about it, for all the talk about how social media is sort of this haven for activism and how social media wants to root out anybody trying to engage or assemble for a political ideology, listen to this. This is on their website:


Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up...

It's like Bane from Batman.


We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics.

Then it says,


Join our private Facebook group (if you are still on evil Facebook).

I mean, it's just children. Then it goes on,


Are you a muralist or a chalk artist? Are you a graphic designer who would like to contribute remotely? Large-scale art will be included in the protests against the Supreme Court. Stipends available. To apply, please email us at...

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.


They're paying protestors and they're paying graphic designers to make signs. Some sick, sick, sick people out there. I mean posting the locations of the private homes of Supreme Court justices. Try to be persuasive with your viewpoints and win through the legislature, but come on. This is just absurd.


Then you've got something called the National Women's Law Center who put on Twitter about 20 hours ago, and they sound like lovely people. Their tagline, they've got a number of taglines. One of them is "Justice for her. Justice for all." Quite powerful. Then their big graphic header on their feed is, "ABORTION ALWAYS." All caps. Abortion always. Underline always. Abortion always, always. Don't they realize that would be the end of the human race? I guess not. Maybe that's what they want.



They put out this tweet. They said,


In case you didn't hear it right the first time: people of all genders need abortions.

And then they repeat it five more times - "People of all genders need abortions. People of all genders need abortions." Repetition is persuasive. Repetition is persuasive.


I don't think a gender's right to choose was poll tested properly. Just my opinion. Just doesn't have that sort of same je ne sais quoi. Doesn't really roll off the tongue, but gender's right to choose. That's what they're saying. People of all genders need abortions. I'd love to see a fact-checker navigate that one.


Anyway, those are a couple of examples. You got some, they're ticked off. The army of Karens, the small army of Karens coming to Washington. I'm sure the justices will be ready, but say some prayers for these folks, really. It's going to get dicey over the next couple of weeks and months. Say some prayers.



 

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