This is just getting started

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The protests have only just begun. People are furious. And people are mobilizing. On Saturday evening, protesters showed up at the homes of Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. And they had a message.

“My body! My choice,” the protesters chanted. Anybody who thinks this is going away does not know what they’re talking about. The fight has only just begun. On Monday, protesters plan to protest outside the homes of other Justices.

Videos of the protests circulated online, in particular on social media. There were strong winds and rain, which did not deter the activists at all. The activists were focused and clear-eyed. However, MAGA was not.

Maga is at the time of this writing, losing their marbles. This is because of the protesters. “Garbage human beings,” one MAGA said bitterly. “Put them in jail,” yelled many MAGA. The irony in this is hysterical. “This is the real insurrection,” one MAGA genius said.

There are unconfirmed reports that some of the neighbors of the Justices are pissed — but not at the protesters — at the JUSTICES themselves. Good. I fully support non-violent protests, and I agree with some of my colleagues that we must step up our efforts and think more like Republicans.

As long as the protests remain peaceful, this is just fine with me. In fact, it’s more than fine. It’s fantastic. I thanks these pure-hearted activists. It isn’t easy to protest outside in inclement weather. I thank the people who put this together.


MAGA cannot seem to accept the fact that they’re the fringe. They are like squawking babies refusing a bottle. Their laments continue, but they will not stop us. Nothing ever will.

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