Maher: Protests outside Supreme Court justices’ homes are ‘wrong’

by The Hill

The Hill— “Real Time” host Bill Maher said Friday on a Fox News panel that protesting outside of the homes of Supreme Court justices is “wrong” and “against the law.” Maher criticized the claim of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki that “I don't have an official U.S. government position on where people protest,” arguing “But we

Decider—Bill Maher Says Protests Outside Supreme Court Justices’ Homes Are “Wrong” On ‘Real Time’. He also said America appears to be moving towards becoming two countries.

Fox News—Bill Maher condemns protests outside Supreme Court justices' homes, calls out White House: 'It's wrong!'. The "Real Time" host warns that the abortion divide could result in a "secession" between the red and blue states

TheBlaze—'The time for civility is over': Angry pro-abortion activists stage protests outside homes of Supreme Court justices in 'vigil' for Roe v. Wade; more protests planned. Pro-abortion activists marched to the residences of Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday night. The protests right outside of the homes of the Supreme Court justices were backlash to a leaked draft decision that indicates that the U.S. Supreme Court could potentially overturn the controversial Roe v. Wade decision. Roughly 100 pro-abortion activists gathered outside the homes of the Supreme Court justices in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The flyer for the demonstration...