Warren Slams Door on Reporter Who Asked About Harassing SCOTUS Justices In Public

Brittany M. Hughes | July 14, 2022
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren can’t – or won’t – say whether it’s OK for people to harass, threaten, and dox Supreme Court justices – even when that harassment could turn violent.

Warren actually slammed her car door in the face of a reporter who dared to ask her about a left-wing group that’s offering a reward to anyone who reveals the physical location of the right-leaning SCOTUS justices who overturned Roe v. Wade.

ShutDownDC, the same radical liberal activist group that harassed Justice Brett Kavanaugh out of a Morton’s Steakhouse, is offering $200 to people who publicly post the whereabouts of justices, be it at a restaurant, a grocery store, or any other public – or even private – location.

And apparently, a sitting member of the United States Senate won’t condemn that as a problem.

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“An activist group is offering to pay people if they send in the locations of Justices. Do you think that this has gone too far at this point?" A reporter asked Warren Wednesday, as the senator was taking questions outdoors on a sidewalk.

Instead of responding, the Massachusetts lawmaker ignored the question, walked to her car, and shut the door.

Warren has spent the past few week railing against what the left has deemed an “illegitimate court” – also known as a court that has issued rulings liberals don’t like.  After vowing to “fight like hell” against SCOTUS’ decision in Roe, Warren has pushed for expanding and packing the Supreme Court with liberal judges to enshrine left-wing policies.

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