PSAKI gave the green light to criminal protesters at the home of conservative Supreme Court justices: Kayleigh McEnany

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Fox News hosts Greg Gutfeld and Kayleigh McEnany discussed the left’s reaction to potential protests outside Supreme Court justices’ homes Friday on “The Five.”

GUTFELD: There is an evil filter on which the awakened operates. When they disagree with you, it’s not that you’re wrong, it’s that you’re bad. And that excuses all their behavior. So if you’re against them, then they could do whatever they want. This is how they justified the riots after Floyd. But Republicans don’t do that. They don’t see the other side as evil. They see the other side as wrong. They are therefore less likely to become physical.

MCENANY: [The left are] green light from the White House. So Jen Psaki had a second bite of the apple. He was asked again today about the violence and protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices. Here’s what she said during a groping. He was specifically asked, “Does the president want protesters to influence Supreme Court justices to support Roe?” Basically, this text question is a crime if you look at the US code, influencing a judge by protesting at his home. His response was, “I wouldn’t say the president has any particular opinion on that.” Exactly the same thing she said about the leak – “He has no particular opinion on the leak.” So unprecedented leaks – no view. Demonstration at the home of a Supreme Court justice – no view. … [Y]ou can check the statute, 18 USC 1507, there is also a Virginia code prohibiting protesting in a principal residence. She gave the green light to a crime from the podium. She gave the green light to a group crime today.



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