Biden Prepares for Those Who’d Burn the Court Down by Sending a Memo


Axios reported that a May 13 memo from the Department of Homeland Security details ongoing investigations into threats to “burn down or storm” the Supreme Court building. Still, the AG will not charge protesters at Justices’ homes although it is against the law.

That sounds like insurrection but we don’t hear any hysteria over it. Attorney General Garland won’t even follow the law and charge protesters at Justices’ homes.

The threats arose last month on news that the Court might overturn Roe v. Wade and send abortion back to the states and the people to decide.

The Supreme Court Justices considering overturning the law have already faced vicious protests and death threats outside their homes. These acts are encouraged by Democrat leadership, including Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer, NY AG James, and many others. Attorney General Merrick Garland has done nothing even though there is a law banning demonstrations outside Justice’s and judges’ homes. They are under intimidation tactics and that is not allowed under the law. Now, they are also threatening to burn it all down.

The DHS memo reportedly says those protests “are likely to persist and may increase leading up to and following the issuing of the Court’s official ruling.” More threats to burn it down and more violence will follow if the past is prologue. The Justices and their families are in danger in their own homes.

Do Democrats and Merrick Garland in particular want Justices killed?

The radical ‘protesters’ know that 90% of the Antifa and BLM protesters have charges dropped when they riot.


The memo goes on to clarify that rhetoric supporting violent extremism does not itself constitute extremism. However, they call it hate speech and violent extremism when it’s something they don’t like, such as complaining about masks at Board of Education meetings. Threatening waves of violence are not hate speech when it supports their cause.

We agree it’s not. Now make it uniform. Don’t persecute Republicans over memes and tweets.

“The mere advocacy of political or social positions, political activism, use of strong rhetoric, or generalized philosophic embrace of violent tactics does not constitute domestic violent extremism or illegal activity and is constitutionally protected,” the memo reportedly reads.

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10 months ago

Radical DemCom terrorists know they wont be punished.

10 months ago

When Democrats don’t get there way they resort to Violence and Terrorism. Democrats are no better than 2 year olds throwing a temper tantrum when they don’t get their way.

Jack Kemp
Jack Kemp
10 months ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

And what do you do when a child throws a tantrum? You either let him cry himself out or you punish him so he doesn’t do it again. We have tried the former. Time for some tough love.

Tim Kuehl
Tim Kuehl
10 months ago

Yes it is illegal to protest outside the homes of Justices or attempt to intimidate them in any way and it should be. And while it is legal to protest and hold bureaucrats and elected officials accountable it should not be legal to accost them at their homes nor anywhere else as Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi encouraged regarding the Trump Administration officials and was done to Sara Sanders and Senator Rand Paul along with his wife. No arrests were made but should have been even if they were ordinary citizens. This lawlessness should never be accepted. Chuck Schumer should have been held accountable for threatening Justice Kavanaugh and I believe Justices Gorsuch and Barrett as well. But of course with AGs like Sessions and especially Bill Barr that never happened. We all know the left would be calling for the heads of anybody who might protest at Justices Kagan, Sotomayer and/or Breyer’s homes and even if one besmirched the holy name of Justice Ginsberg.