Pro-choice protests erupt at homes of Justices Roberts and Kavanaugh


Pro-choice protesters took to the streets of Chevy Chase, Md., to visit the homes of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“You don’t get to take away my bodily autonomy and get enjoy your Saturday at home. You can do one or the other," said one who was outraged by the leaked draft opinion indicating the court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade., ending the constitutional right to abortion.

At Cavanaugh’s home, chants of "No uterus, no opinion" were heard.

Later at Roberts' home, protesters yelled "the world is watching."

The crowds received support from some residents and passing motorists, but others called the events disrespectful and disruptive.

Protests are expected to continue through the week in front of the Supreme Court building and at the Washington residence of Justice Samuel Alito.


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