“People Should Be Allowed to Do That” – White House Sides with Angry Mobs Chasing Supreme Court Justices from DC Restaurants (VIDEO)

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh, who was targeted by an assassin last month, was forced by a pro-abortion protest mob to flee a DC restaurant this week through the back door.

Justice Kavanaugh was eating at Morton’s Steakhouse when a pro-abortion mob chased him from the premises.

Morton’s the Steakhouse is located at 1050 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C., promotional photo via Washington Square.

The leftist group Shutdown DC boasted about the mob action Wednesday night, “We hear Kavanaugh snuck out the back with his security detail.
@mortons should be ashamed for welcoming a man who so clearly hates women.”

Earlier today FOX News reported Peter Doocy questioned White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on the violence by the left and public threats against Justice Kavanaugh while out eating in Washington DC.

Jean-Pierre: People should be allowed to do that.

Peter Doocy: In a restaurant?

Jean-Pierre: If it’s peaceful, for sure.

Peter Doocy: Really?

Jean-Pierre: Peaceful protest… Your question to me was intimidation.

Peter Doocy: These justices. Because the protesters do not agree with the opinion they signed on to, had no right to privacy is what you’re saying?

Jean Pierre: But Peter, people have the right. This is a democracy is. People have the right… Of course, people have a right to privacy but people also have a right to be able to protest peacefully. It’s the intimidation and violence that we condemn.

The regime loves its thug army.

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