Abortion Puts the Supreme Court Behind an 8-Foot Fence

The Supreme Court of the United States – from its first meeting in February 1790 to the Civil War, two world wars and the battle for civil rights – has never been protected by an 8-inch wire fence feet. It now is. On Monday, the Senate voted unanimously to extend police protections to the immediate families of judges. What happened to us?

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts stood outside the courthouse last week shouting hoarsely in rage at the prospect of the court overturning the 1973 abortion decision in California. Roe v. Wade. Since the weekend protesters filled the streets outside the Chief Justice’s house John Roberts and Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/abortion-puts-the-supreme-court-behind-an-8-foot-fence-police-protection-protesters-justices-roe-behavior-politics-11652297476 Abortion Puts the Supreme Court Behind an 8-Foot Fence

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