‘Show’ mocks concerns about Kavanaugh being chased out of DC restaurant: ‘Ridiculous’ to make ‘big deal’ over

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“The View” hosts had no sympathy for Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh after he was kicked out of the back door of a Washington, D.C., restaurant last week by left-wing protesters.

Whoopi Goldberg described how Brett Kavanaugh “had to leave the back door of a DC Steakhouse due to a peaceful demonstration at the front”.

Laughing after the table in a tweet From Chastain, husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, mocking Kavanaugh, Anna Navarro dismissed critics concerned about increased intimidation against conservative judges.

“For Brett Kavanaugh, let me take out my little violin,” she said.

In this Sept. 5, 2018, photo, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, then-Supreme Court nominee, pauses while testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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Protesters sit outside Kavanaugh’s home since a draft opinion was leaked indicating that the Supreme Court would overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade on May 2.

Navarro defended the protests, calling them a “holy American right” as long as there was no “violence or harassment”.

“I think it’s very important for judges, and people in elected office, to realize how angry a lot of America is, and that angry Americans, angered by this, maintain that anger and channel that anger into the ballot box,” she said.

Sunny Huston also called angry protesters “ridiculous” and “hypocritical” before downplaying the incident.

A drum line marched outside Kavanaugh's home after an alleged assassination attempt.

A drum line marched outside Kavanaugh’s home after an alleged assassination attempt.
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“Not only were they peacefully protesting, they were protesting outside the restaurant, and he’s never seen or heard of them before. It’s so ridiculous, you know, to get this big deal out of it,” she said.

The hosts did not mention the recent assassination attempt on Kavanaugh by a man angry over provisions on gun rights and abortion.

Nicholas John Rusky, 26, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to one of the charges related to the attempted assassination of a US Supreme Court judge.

Nicholas John Rusky, 26, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to one of the charges related to the attempted assassination of a US Supreme Court judge.
(William J. Hennessy, Jr.)

Last Friday, a group of left-wing activists in the capital promised rewards for the appointment of six conservative justices to the Supreme Court. In a tweet, the “ShutDownDC” group pledged to send money to local workers who told them to see judges in their establishments. Twitter allowed the tweet to stay put despite rules that prevent users from inciting harassment.

Some on the left encouraged harassment of Republican officials and conservative Supreme Court justices.

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Left-wing comedian Samantha B has asked viewers to “stir up the hell” against the judges for overturning Roe v. Wade.

“And we have to raise hell! In our cities, in Washington, in every restaurant where Judge Alito is eating for the rest of his life. Because if Republicans have made our lives hell, it’s time to return the favor,” she said.

There have been more than 40 attacks against pro-life organizations or individuals since the May draft about abortion was leaked, according to a report in June.

A pro-life pregnancy center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was vandalized Tuesday, and Jane's Revenge group claimed responsibility for carrying out the act in an online post.

A pro-life pregnancy center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was vandalized Tuesday, and Jane’s Revenge group claimed responsibility for carrying out the act in an online post.
(Minnesota citizens interested in life)

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During the Trump years, Representative Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, advocated harassment of anyone inside the White House if they were spotted “in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gas station.”

“You go out, you make a crowd, you put pressure on them, you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” she told her supporters in comments later multiplied to the media.

Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, Senator Mitch McConnell, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, press secretary Sarah Sanders, and White House counsel Stephen Miller were among the prominent figures who publicly followed suit in the following months.

Republican Senator Rand Paul relayed to Fox News how he was surrounded by a mob as he left the 2020 Republican National Convention.

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