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Protesters force Kavanaugh to sneak out of DC steakhouse’s back door

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is forced to escape DC steakhouse with his safety detail after pro-abortion protesters ‘harassed’ him during dinner and the manager told him to throw him out

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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was forced to sneak out of a Washington DC steakhouse this week when he was confronted with pro-abortion protesters. Kavanaugh had dinner at Morton’s when activists came up and told the manager to kick him out, two weeks after he was in the majority that Roe v. Wade reversed.

Justice was then forced to go through the back door, Politico's Playbook reported, as fury continues across the country over the court's recent rulings on gun rights and abortion. Kavanaugh's latest goals also come less than a month after a 22-year-old man was arrested and charged with attempted murder for traveling from California to his home in Maryland and threatening to kill him.

Justice was then forced to go through the back door, Politico's Playbook reported, as fury continues across the country over the court's recent rulings on gun rights and abortion. Kavanaugh's latest goals also come less than a month after a 22-year-old man was arrested and charged with attempted murder for traveling from California to his home in Maryland and threatening to kill him.

Justice was then forced to go through the back door, Politico’s Playbook reported, as fury continues across the country over the court’s recent rulings on gun rights and abortion. Kavanaugh’s latest goals also come less than a month after a 22-year-old man was arrested and charged with attempted murder for traveling from California to his home in Maryland and threatening to kill him.

In a statement to Politico, Morton's said: 'Honorable Judge of the Supreme Court Kavanaugh and all our other supporters in the restaurant were unusually overwhelmed by restless protesters while eating in our Morton's restaurant. Politics, regardless of your side or views, should not delay the freedom of the right to collect and eat food. There is a time and place for everything. Disrupting the dinner of all our customers was an act of selfishness and lack of decency. ' Image: Law enforcement officers stand guard outside Brett Kavanaugh's home on June 29, 2022.

In a statement to Politico, Morton's said: 'Honorable Judge of the Supreme Court Kavanaugh and all our other supporters in the restaurant were unusually overwhelmed by restless protesters while eating in our Morton's restaurant. Politics, regardless of your side or views, should not delay the freedom of the right to collect and eat food. There is a time and place for everything. Disrupting the dinner of all our customers was an act of selfishness and lack of decency. ' Image: Law enforcement officers stand guard outside Brett Kavanaugh's home on June 29, 2022.

In a statement to Politico, Morton’s said: ‘Honorable Judge of the Supreme Court Kavanaugh and all our other supporters in the restaurant were unusually overwhelmed by restless protesters while eating in our Morton’s restaurant. Politics, regardless of your side or views, should not delay the freedom of the right to collect and eat food. There is a time and place for everything. Disrupting the dinner of all our customers was an act of selfishness and lack of decency. ‘ Image: Law enforcement officers stand guard outside Brett Kavanaugh’s home on June 29, 2022.

ShutDownDC, a protest group, tweeted on Wednesday that Kavanaugh “turned his back on his security detail”, criticizing Morton’s for “welcoming a man who clearly has women”. Protesters have turned up at the courthouses and have been out in the weeks since the draft opinion that Roe v. Wade reverse was leaked. Members of Congress have demanded more security for the nine members of the Supreme Court. A bill was signed last month to extend protection to their families, but there are still fears for their safety. Image: Abortion rights protesters march past Brett Kavanaugh’s home in Maryland.

Nicholas John Roske (pictured), 26, of Simi Valley, California, gave up the biggest security concerns by bringing a gun, knife and burglary tool to Kavanaugh's home in early June, according to law enforcement. He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder on a federal judge set in a trial set to begin on August 23. As convicted as faces life in prison.

Nicholas John Roske (pictured), 26, of Simi Valley, California, gave up the biggest security concerns by bringing a gun, knife and burglary tool to Kavanaugh's home in early June, according to law enforcement. He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder on a federal judge set in a trial set to begin on August 23. As convicted as faces life in prison.

Nicholas John Roske (pictured), 26, of Simi Valley, California, gave up the biggest security concerns by bringing a gun, knife and burglary tool to Kavanaugh’s home in early June, according to law enforcement. He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder on a federal judge set in a trial set to begin on August 23. As convicted as faces life in prison.

According to an FBI affidavit, Roske had flown from California to Washington and was seen arriving at Kavanaugh's home in the middle of the night on June 8, CBS reported. He carried a suitcase armed with a Glock-17 pistol, two magazine clamps, a fast charger, a tactical knife, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, nail punch and a crowbar. Shortly after arriving at the scene, however, police said he called 911 and said he had suicidal thoughts, and told the operator he would kill Kavanaugh and then himself because he did not expect to get away with the crime.

According to an FBI affidavit, Roske had flown from California to Washington and was seen arriving at Kavanaugh's home in the middle of the night on June 8, CBS reported. He carried a suitcase armed with a Glock-17 pistol, two magazine clamps, a fast charger, a tactical knife, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, nail punch and a crowbar. Shortly after arriving at the scene, however, police said he called 911 and said he had suicidal thoughts, and told the operator he would kill Kavanaugh and then himself because he did not expect to get away with the crime.

According to an FBI affidavit, Roske had flown from California to Washington and was seen arriving at Kavanaugh’s home in the middle of the night on June 8, CBS reported. He carried a suitcase armed with a Glock-17 pistol, two magazine clamps, a fast charger, a tactical knife, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, nail punch and a crowbar. Shortly after arriving at the scene, however, police said he called 911 and said he had suicidal thoughts, and told the operator he would kill Kavanaugh and then himself because he did not expect to get away with the crime.

Roske was quickly taken into custody following the call and apparently informed investigators that he was overwhelmed by the leaked Supreme Court draft decision indicating that Kavanaugh and his fellow Conservative justices were ready to reverse Roe V. Wade and women's federal law on abortion. Investigators added that Roske told them he believed Kavanaugh would loosen gun laws in the country in the wake of the deadly Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. 'Roske stated that he began thinking about how he would give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court judge,' according to the affidavit.

Roske was quickly taken into custody following the call and apparently informed investigators that he was overwhelmed by the leaked Supreme Court draft decision indicating that Kavanaugh and his fellow Conservative justices were ready to reverse Roe V. Wade and women's federal law on abortion. Investigators added that Roske told them he believed Kavanaugh would loosen gun laws in the country in the wake of the deadly Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. 'Roske stated that he began thinking about how he would give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court judge,' according to the affidavit.

Roske was quickly taken into custody following the call and apparently informed investigators that he was overwhelmed by the leaked Supreme Court draft decision indicating that Kavanaugh and his fellow Conservative justices were ready to reverse Roe V. Wade and women’s federal law on abortion. Investigators added that Roske told them he believed Kavanaugh would loosen gun laws in the country in the wake of the deadly Uvalde, Texas, school shooting. ‘Roske stated that he began thinking about how he would give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court judge,’ according to the affidavit.

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