Democrat terrorist follows Senate Majority Leader’s orders

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  1. Not Trampis says:

    Just exactly what was the threat? Do you know what you link?

  2. C.L. says:

    A California man arrested Wednesday while armed with a handgun and ammunition, a knife, pepper spray and burglary tools told police he traveled to the Maryland home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to kill him, court records revealed.

    The man, 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske, after being apprehended a block away from Kavanaugh’s residence, also told cops he was upset over the likelihood of the Supreme Court soon overturning the constitutional right to abortion, and the elementary school massacre in Uvalde, Texas, those records show.

    “Roske stated that he began thinking about how to give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court Justice [Kavanaugh] after finding the Justice’s Montgomery County address on the Internet,” FBI Special Agent Ian Montijo wrote in an affidavit.

    “Roske further indicated that he had purchased [a] Glock pistol and other items for the purpose of breaking into the Justice’s residence and killing the Justice as well as himself,” the agent wrote.

    Roske, who lives in Simi Valley, is being charged with one count of attempted murder of a Supreme Court justice. He faces a possible maximum prison sentence of 20 years if convicted.

    During a brief appearance Wednesday in federal court in Greenbelt, Maryland, Roske consented to be detained without bail but reserved his right to request a hearing on bail later.

    Under questioning from Magistrate Judge Timothy Sullivan, Roske said he was a college graduate, with a bachelor’s degree.

    When Sullivan asked if he was thinking clearly, and understood the nature of the hearing, Roske answered, “I think I have a reasonable understanding, but I wouldn’t say I’m thinking clearly.”

    He next is due in court on June 22.

    Roske arrived in a taxi Wednesday morning at about 1:05 a.m. in front of Kavanaugh’s home in Chevy Chase, a suburb of Washington, D.C. He was spotted by two deputy U.S. marshals standing outside Kavanaugh’s residence, who noted he was dressed in black clothing and carrying a suitcase and backpack, the affidavit said.

    He then walked down the street after seeing the marshals, that affidavit says.

    Roske then called 911 and told a dispatcher his name, and that he was having suicidal thoughts and that he also had a gun in his suitcase, the affidavit said.

    “He also told the call taker he came from California to kill a specific United States Supreme Court Justice,” the FBI agent wrote in his affidavit.

    Roske was apprehended, while still on the telephone with the 911 operator, by Montgomery County police sent to the scene. He was taken into custody without incident.

    When police searched his suitcase and backpack, they found a Glock 17 semi-automatic pistol with two magazines and ammunition, a knife, a tactical chest rig, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, a screwdriver, nail punch, a crowbar, pistol light and duct tape, according to the affidavit.

    Roske was taken to a Montgomery County police station after being arrested.

    “After being taken to the precinct and advised of his constitutional rights, Roske agreed to speak with the authorities and signed a written waiver to that effect,” the affidavit said.

    He then told a detective that “he was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision regarding the right to abortion as well as the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas,” according to the affidavit.

    Roske “indicated that he believed the Justice that he intended to kill would side with Second Amendment decisions that would loosen gun control laws,” the affidavit said.

    Kavanaugh’s home, like those of other conservative Supreme Court justices, was the site of protests last month after the leak of a majority draft opinion that would overturn the constitutional right to abortion. That draft was written by Justice Samuel Alito, another conservative.

    The Supreme Court is expected in the next several weeks to issue a final decision on a Mississippi abortion law that was the subject of the draft opinion.

    Wednesday’s incident occurred hours before the court released a ruling on a case unrelated to abortion.

    Security has been tightened at all nine of the justices’ homes since last month, after the unprecedented leak of the draft.

    The Department of Justice said in mid-May that the Marshals Service is providing “around-the-clock security” at the homes of all nine justices.

    A spokesman for the Marshals Service told CNBC on Wednesday that security measures are still in place at the justices’ homes.

    U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland told reporters, “This kind of behavior is obviously behavior that we will not tolerate.”

    “Threats of violence and actual violence against the justices of course strike at the heart of our democracy, and we will do everything we can to prevent them and hold the people who do them accountable for that reason,” Garland said.

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan in a statement lauded the response by U.S. marshals and police, saying they acted “quickly to apprehend the suspect and prevent him from causing any harm.”

    Hogan also said that he and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin “will continue to partner with both federal and local law enforcement officials to help ensure these residential areas” where Supreme Court justices live “are secure.”

    “I call on leaders in both parties in Washington to strongly condemn these actions in no uncertain terms,” Hogan said.

    “It is vital to our constitutional system that the justices be able to carry out their duties without fear of violence against them and their families.”

  3. C.L. says:

    That’s from the link I posted, Homer.
    Don’t be a dishonest, lazy idiot.

  4. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Something about “sowing the wind”. If Trump was inciting an [unarmed] insurrection on Jan 6, Schumer was inciting assassination in that video.

  5. C.L. says:

    Calls for Schumer to be impeached for inciting assassination attempt.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Breitbart have reposted this story today, which is very revealing.

    Nolte: AG Merrick Garland Refuses to Enforce Laws Protecting SCOTUS (11 May)

    Ironic that Garland was Obama’s nominee for Scotus. The more the Dems embrace lawlessness like this the closer the US comes to armed uprising since law is the only thing holding tens of millions of right wing firearm owners back.

  7. Lee says:

    If Trump had said what that piece of garbage Schumer had said, there would have been hell to pay.

  8. Not Trampis says:

    Hey Boofhead,

    what di Schumer say that were orders to kill. Try and explain please you lazy dolt.

    sowing the wind is a threat to kill now.

    Thus you people are both illiterate and innumerate.

  9. C.L. says:

    Tell us how a Supreme Court judge “pays the price.”

  10. C.L. says:

    Tell us what Schumer meant by “you won’t know what hit you.”

  11. Terry says:

    Hmmm, Non Mentis / Homer / NPC / Leftard Talking Points…

    Deliberately obtuse or just dumb as a bag of rocks. [Rhetorical]

  12. Not Trampis says:

    They pay the price in their reputations are shredded. They won’t know what hit them by public opinion.

    Deplorables are really that stupid.
    It is a protest rally. Are the only protest rallies you understand ones where people urinate on memorials?

  13. NoFixedAddress says:

    so all the gentle peaceful protests at the Kavanaugh hearings didn’t happen, Kavanaugh is a proven rapist and there is no USA law barring protest at a Supreme justices residence.

    I must check your informative site more often Trampis.

    How come there are zero comments at your site?

  14. NoFixedAddress says:


    The only bum that I know of that pissed on the War Memorial was a leftist stooge with nothing to do with the memorial apart from pissing on it and claiming someone else did it.

    I gather you must know that bum.

    Did he Get Up!

  15. Franx says:

    Well, I understand totally that persons who were kettled at the Shrine eventually urinated in the area.
    Incidentally, the protestors were told they could freely leave by way of a single corridor designated by the police, and when some left along that corridor, they were betrayed when the police met them at the end of the corridor and fined them. Nice work.
    So the word got back to those on the steps to stay put.
    But, Non Trampis, you knew all this since you cannot be as stupid as you say are others.

  16. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    sowing the wind is a threat to kill now.

    The second part of the quote is “They shall reap the whirlwind”. The “Sowing the wind” quote was used by Arthur Harris in 1940, during the Blitz on London. From early 1942 until May 1945, he supervised the whirlwind visited upon Germany.

    I realise that you are too much of an ignoramus to comprehend these points, they are posted so that others can understand the utter depths of your stupidity.

    It is a protest rally. Are the only protest rallies you understand ones where people urinate on memorials?

    So-called “progressives” are really that stupid. A protest rally, carrying a gun? Unlike the so-called [unarmed] insurrection of January 6?

  17. Boambee John says:


    But, Non Trampis, you knew all this since you cannot be as stupid as you say are others.

    You are too kind to him. He really is that stupid. Morons and imbeciles love him, they can see someone lower on the IQ scale than they are.

  18. NoFixedAddress says:

    oy Tampis

    tell us about your mate Avenatti.

    he was touted as “the ONE” who would beat Trump.

    but they found a more clever criminal to represent them, eh!

    Love the USA economy, don’t you?

    And now some pack of useless EU ‘mongs’ figure, “oh Shit” the world is in for at least 4 years recession.

    Best stick to your own echo chamber tampis.

  19. and says:

    Snot Trampis wins the Kewpie Doll for ultra twit of the week, adding to his same awards for the previous 52 weeks.

  20. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Hey Boofhead,

    what di Schumer say that were orders to kill. Try and explain please you lazy dolt.

    sowing the wind is a threat to kill now.

    Thus you people are both illiterate and innumerate.

    Sez the mindless one in an illiterate comment. Incorrect punctuation, poorly constructed sentences, and those are the good points.

    Who is Di Schumer?

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