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“Real Time” host Bill Maher blasted the protests that have taken place outside the homes of Supreme Court justices following the leaked majority opinion that signaled the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

During a panel discussion about the abortion debate, Maher called out outgoing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki for being “down with this” when she told reporters at a briefing last week “I don’t have an official U.S. Government position on where people protest.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“But we do!” Maher reacted on Friday. “It’s wrong! It’s intimidation! It’s against the law!”

Maher said that the protesters aren’t “terribly violent,” but he questioned whether his guests would “want this outside your house?”


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  1. Jane Harman actually wants us to pray for abortion. That might work if your god is Moloch.

    Bill Maher thinks that curbing abortions is a prelude to civil war akin to the Dred Scott decision and fettering women. It may be a prelude to civil war but the disenfranchised equivalents to the slaves in today’s scenario are the fœtuses being aborted.

    In 1860 we were a house divided on an issue of liberty. Today we are a house divided on an even more fundamental issue, which is life.

    In 1860, Stephen Douglas wanted to refer the issue of slavery to the individual states, much as the Supreme Court apparently intends to refer the issue of abortion back to the states. Lincoln wanted slavery outlawed in the new territories. Today’s equivalent to Lincoln would seem to be those opposed to abortion, not those opposed to life. The Democrats today are much as where they were then —championing abortion just as they championed slavery.

    They miss that the greatest civil rights issue of our time is not equal accommodations or free sex but a baby’s right to life.

  2. I think there is a mistake…. This video attached to this article said nothing about protests at the justice’s homes.

  3. USA 1st… I’ve noticed what you say to be evident… Perhaps DML is supercharging his CBD with the real stuff. Seems to be more Cheech & Chong than the old DML of old… just saying.


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