Pro-Abortion Group Publicizes Conservative Supreme Court Justices’ Home Addresses ahead of Planned Protests

Pro-Abortion Group Publicizes Conservative Supreme Court Justices’ Home Addresses ahead of Planned Protests

A police officer walks in front of the United States Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C., May 13, 2021. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters)none

In response to the Monday night leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, a leftist group called Ruth Sent Us posted what it claims are the home addresses of the Court’s six conservative justices online in preparation for an organized “walk-by protest” set to take place outside the justices’ homes next week.

Ruth Sent Us plans to dispatch demonstrators to “the homes of the six extremist justices” on Wednesday, May 11, according to the group’s website.

“ANNOUNCING: Walk-by Wednesday, May 11, 2022! At the homes of the six extremist justices, three in Virginia and three in Maryland. If you’d like to join or lead a peaceful protest, let us know,” the website states.

“Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics,” the group adds.

The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose legacy Ruth Sent Us claims to uphold, criticized the legal reasoning underpinning Roe v. Wade throughout her career and predicted it would lead to political instability.

In collaboration with Vigil for Democracy, Ruth Sent Us generated and posted a Google Maps graphic pinning the home addresses of Justices Barrett, Kavanaugh, Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch, and Roberts, where they presumably reside with their families. Vigil for Democracy titled the map, “Extremist Justices,” adding, “Where the six Christian fundamentalist Justices issue their shadow docket rulings.” The map has 3,185 views so far.

The group advertises that compensation is available for artists who would like to contribute signage or posters to the protests against the Supreme Court.

“Are you a muralist or 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,” the site reads.

In Virginia, where three of the six justices live, protesting outside a private home is illegal.

The TikTok account for Ruth Sent Us seems to indicate that some marchers will silently walk by the homes of the justices wearing costumes depicted in Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, the Handmaid’s Tale, an increasingly common tactic used by abortion proponents who claim that a Roe reversal represents the first step toward the creation of a dystopian, patriarchal theocracy.

“Stipends available for red cloaks if you’re in DC, MD, VA. Week of action May 8-15! ,” a caption on one video says. The caption also tags two other entities, ProChoice with Heart and Rise Up for Abortion Rights, which posted links to their donation pages in their TikTok bios.

The website also links to a different organization, “Strike for Choice,” which has been endorsed by radical leftist groups including Black Lives Matter, Code Pink, Women’s March SF, Kavanaugh Off Our Court, and Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights.

On the fundraising page for Strike for Choice, called the Open Collective, Justin Russell and Snowden Bishop, who seem to be affiliated with the leftist website, are listed as either administrators or core contributors.

Senate to Take Up Extreme Abortion Bill at Month’s End, and ‘Pro-Life’ Democrat Will Vote to Allow Debate

Senate to Take Up Extreme Abortion Bill at Month’s End, and ‘Pro-Life’ Democrat Will Vote to Allow Debate

Senate to Take Up Extreme Abortion Bill at Month's End, and 'Pro-Life' Democrat Will Vote to Allow Debate

The U.S. Senate will vote later this month on the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA), which the U.S. House of Representatives passed last September mostly along party lines, though Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) split with his party to vote against it. Pro-abortion Democrats laud how the bill will codify Roe v. Wade into federal law. Such extreme legislation will also repeal virtually all pro-life successes at the state level. While the bill is unlikely to get the 60 votes needed to overcome the filibuster, one so-called pro-life Democrat issued a statement on Friday indicating he will vote to proceed with debate on it.

The Democrat in question is Sen. Bob Casey Jr., of Pennsylvania. His father, Bob Casey Sr., was a pro-life stalwart and former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania and whose name appears in the 1992 U.S. Supreme Court case of Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey. 

It is not clear if Casey will vote for the actual legislation. Such a statement was enough to earn condemnation from pro-life groups, though. 

Kristen Day, the executive director of Democrats for Life of America (DFLA) was so shocked by the senator’s statement that she questioned if his account had been hacked.

Although the organization appeared to enthusiastically support Sen. Casey in his 2018 re-election bid, there are also more recent mentions of the senator on the DFLA website criticizing his actions and voting records. 

DEMOCRATS FOR LIFE CONDEMNS SENATOR CASEY’S VOTES TO APPEASE ABORTION LOBBY,” read a release from last August, taking issue with his voting against a 20-week abortion ban.

Not only did that release include a statement from Day questioning “What would his father say[,]” it also addressed the midterms, now less than nine months away. 

“His votes [on August 10, 2021] will assist Republicans to win more seats in the mid-terms since a majority of Americans oppose his radical positions on abortion,” said Day. “There has to be something more to his drastic change from opposition to abortion to unreserved support for abortion. I have requested a meeting with Senator Casey to gain an understanding of what he meant when he said he was still with us on Hyde. He cannot call himself a Pro-Life Democrat and not give the even most basic protections to the unborn. There really is no justification I can think of for his votes. I am eager to hear what he was to say.”

While Casey had an 80 percent rating from DFLA in 2015, Project Vote Smart indicates a more pro-abortion position, certainly in contrast to his father, based on more recent ratings.

NARAL Pro-Choice America gave Sen. Casey a 72 percent rating in 2020, while Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s rating for him for 2021-2022 was 67 percent. 

The Family Research Council (FRC) Action, gave him an 11 percent rating for 2021, while the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) gave him a 25 percent rating for that year. The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) meanwhile gave him a 0 percent rating. 

In a statement for Townhall, Maria Gallagher, legislative director of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, an affiliate of National Right to Life, also referenced Bob Casey Sr. 

“We are deeply disappointed with Senator Bob Casey’s decision to vote ‘yes’ for debate for a measure that should be called ‘The Abortion Without Limits Bill.’ The bill would codify the tragic U.S. Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wadewhich has resulted in the deaths of more than 63 million preborn children and has devastated countless mothers who are left to grieve children lost to abortion,” Gallagher said. 

“Senator Casey’s father, the late Governor Robert Casey, Sr., consistently placed principle over politics to defend the rights of the most vulnerable among us. One has to wonder what Casey’s Dad would think of his son’s capitulation to the abortion industry,” Gallagher added.

In a release from the SBA List, the group’s president, Marjorie Dannenfelser not only condemned Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) for having filed cloture on Thursday, but also called Sen. Casey out by name.

“Senator Casey’s flip to supporting abortion on demand is a disgrace to the legacy of his hero father. Like that of Joe Biden, it exposes how the Democratic Party has caved to pro-abortion extremism,” said Dannenfelser. “Casey’s overall voting record is not pro-life, yet as late as 2020 he voted for legislation to stop late-term abortions when unborn babies can feel pain. Now with millions of lives at stake in the Dobbs case, he stands with Chuck Schumer and the abortion lobby to advance the ‘Abortion Until Birth Act’ and enshrine an unlimited abortion ‘right’ in federal law – a radical agenda Americans across the political spectrum reject. We urge every one of our Senate allies to stand firm against this assault on innocent life and on democracy, and we will work tirelessly to hold members of Congress accountable,” she continued.

Sen. Casey expressed hope in the tweeted out statement that “as part of this debate we will also focus on new and substantial funding for pregnant women, infants, and children.”

Nowhere in the bill’s text however, which reads as extreme as one can get when it comes to promoting abortion, is there mention of reducing abortions or for looking after pregnant women, infants, and children other than to impose abortion on them.

The bill has support from the White House as communicated by White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, which she did in light of last month’s March for Life.

Texas pro-life triumph: Abortions drop 60% in first month of heartbeat law implementation Drop

Abortions fell 60% in Texas in the first month of the most restrictive abortion law in decades in the United States, according to data recently released by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

The legislation, which bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, went into effect Sept. 1, 2021, and is now the governing law in Texas, effectively ending the Roe v. Wade ruling in the state.

According to reports, September 2021 saw nearly 2200 abortions, resulting in a marked drop from previous months of the year that averaged between 4200 and 5600 abortion procedures per month.

This data evidences the impact of Texas’ new abortion law that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which usually occurs around the sixth week of pregnancy.

The law further authorizes citizens to file private lawsuits against those who perform, aid or abet an abortion after the limits. Any citizen can sue for $10,000 or more if he or she files a successful lawsuit, the Associated Press reported.

The world’s largest abortion provider, the international abortion clinic, Planned Parenthood, which profits from the death of unborn babies, called the drop in the number of abortions, “the very beginning of the devastating impact” of the law.

The ban conflicts with Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark ruling that granted a constitutional right to abortion before a fetus is viable, usually around 24 weeks of pregnancy. But because the law was written in a way that manages to circumvent the ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has refused to block it.

The Court’s ruling is expected later this year. Pro-lifers are optimistic that they will finally achieve the goal they have been fighting for: to reverse the legality of abortion in the United States.

As Life News reported in January, the 1973 ruling allowed more than 63 million children to die in the womb in the U.S. and hundreds of mothers to die from legal abortions.

Texas is also cracking down on abortion drugs. A law went into effect Dec. 1 of last year that prohibits prescribing and mailing abortion-inducing drugs to anyone more than seven weeks pregnant.

These pills involved are, mifepristone, which is taken first to block progesterone, the hormone that keeps pregnancy viable, and misoprostol which is taken a day later.

In April 2021 the FDA approved the telephone sale of both abortion pills, claiming that with the pandemic and restrictions on mobility, access to these drugs became more difficult.

These pills have caused the death of many women due to hemorrhage. In the United States, 24 deaths and 4000 adverse events have been reported from the use of these two pills.

Abortion clinic threw dismembered baby remains in a dumpster, Ohio pro-life groups allege, showing horrifying photos


‘Ohio Right to Life is heartbroken and appalled by the abortion industry’s utter disregard for human life’
July 09, 2021

Three pro-life groups are accusing a northeast Ohio abortion clinic of discarding the dismembered fetal remains of an unborn baby in a dumpster behind the facility.

Ohio Right to Life announced in a press release this week that the body parts reportedly discovered outside the Northeast Ohio Women’s Center by inspectors last month were from an unborn child approximately 17 weeks old.

In a press conference Wednesday, the pro-life groups — Ohio Right to Life, Right to Life of Northeast Ohio, and Michigan-based Citizens for a Pro-Life Society — alleged that two volunteers from the Michigan group found the remains on June 7, along with other medical waste such as bloody sheets and urine samples. Personal information of patients was also allegedly discovered.

“Ohio Right to Life is heartbroken and appalled by the abortion industry’s utter disregard for human life,” the group’s president, Mike Gonidakis, said in a statement. “This child suffered doubly at the hands of the abortion industry: first, by being subjected to a brutal death by dismemberment and second by the degradation of his or her broken body being dumped into the trash like garbage.”

Ohio-based pro-life group Created Equal shared photos of the alleged remains on its Facebook page Wednesday that clearly show fully formed baby legs, feet, and a hand. TheBlaze is not publishing the photos due to the graphic nature of the content.

But an operator for the women’s center has flatly denied the allegations, saying the disposal of body parts and patient information could not have taken place.

“Absolutely not — absolutely not,” Sheri Lynn Grossman told the Akron Beacon Journal. “We have very strict policies and procedures in place,” she said, adding that any attempt by the groups to retrieve items discarded at the site may constitute criminal trespassing. She declined to comment further, adding the facility is conducting an investigation.

After viewing the photographs, Indiana Republican Rep. Jim Banks told the Daily Caller the news is “a wake-up call for anyone who suggests that a 17-week-old fetus is ‘a clump of cells.'”

“Thanks to breakthroughs in science, we know that babies at this age feel pain and have a beating heart, just like anyone outside the womb,” he added.

Last December, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) passed the Unborn Child Dignity Act, requiring the Ohio Department of Health to establish rules for the humane burial or cremation of children who are killed during an abortion procedure. 

The pro-life groups allege that the abortion clinic’s actions constitute an obvious violation of state law. On the other hand, the women’s center is fighting back threatening charges of its own, stating that the dumpster inspection may have been criminal trespassing.