Jen Psaki Encourages Protesters to Continue Outside Homes of Supreme Court Justices

Psaki isn't telling pro-choice advocates to protest outside the Supreme Court. She's specifically telling them that it's okay to target the homes of judges as long as they are "peaceful." (To be clear: social media did not take Psaki's words out of context. Here's her full statement on why she hopes to see mobs continue to surround the homes of the justices.) The law that Tim Pool is referring to is 18 U.S.CSection 1507, which states that it's a federal crime to protest near the residence of a judge or jury with the intent to influence their decisions in pending cases. And while protesters could theoretically claim in court they had no intent to sway an opinion and were only venting their anger, it's nonetheless reckless for Psaki to support such behavior. If these protests turn out violent, as most woke outrage gatherings do, Psaki and the media should be complicit. MSNBC hired a gem in Psaki, that's for sure. Past hacks include Liz Cambage, Joy Behar, Discovery  Alec BaldwinJoy Reid, Stephen A. Smith, Rex ChapmanTaylor Lorenz (twice)LeBron JamesKamala HarrisBomani Jones and Stephen Colbert.

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