On Thursday, it was revealed that a leftist pro-abortion group called Ruth Sent Us, a reference to deceased Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, publicized the addresses of conservative Justices Barrett, Kavanaugh, Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch, and Roberts.
According to a report from National Review, “in collaboration with Vigil for Democracy, Ruth Sent Us generated and posted a Google Maps graphic pinning” the homes of the six justices and labeling the map “where the six Christian fundamentalist Justices issue their shadow docket rulings.”
Despite this revelation that a group of rabid leftists are planning to march on the homes of six conservative Supreme Court Justices, ABC's World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News refused to even mention these threats and the doxxing of their addresses with all three networks ducking who was behind the publication.
CBS Evening News came the closest in their report on the pro-abortion protests and riots around the country, with senior White House correspondent Ed O’Keefe reporting that the “nine justices are also under heavier security. CBS News has learned general threats of violence against them are up. Their home locations have been shared online, and they're receiving more targeted personal phone threats.” Yet no mention of who shared the justice’s home addresses online.
ABC’s World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News acted like this whole incident never happened. At least CBS acknowledged the incident.
As usual, basic journalism was left to Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy who revealed to viewers watching Special Report that “abortion activists are organizing protests at six private residences of Supreme Court justices all marked on a map published on their website calling themselves ‘Ruth Sent Us’.”
Doocy reported the abortion activists plan to march on “Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at the homes of the six extremist justices three in Virginia, and three in Maryland.”
Proving most of these leftist protesters are nothing more than what the late great Rush Limbaugh described as “rent-a-mobs”, Doocy reported the event organizers are “offering to pay people to show up, advertising ‘stipends available’.”
This latest example of bias by omission by the three leftist broadcast networks was made possible by Fidelity on ABC, Roman on CBS, and Fisher Investments on NBC. Their information is linked so you can let them know about the biased news they fund.
To read the relevant transcript of each segment click “expand”:
FNC’s Special Report
6:04:19 p.m. Eastern
PETER DOOCY: Abortion activists are organizing protests at six private residences of Supreme Court justices all marked on a map published on their website calling themselves ‘Ruth Sent Us’ as a nod to the late Justice Ginsburg organizers write announcing walk by Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at the homes of the six extremist justices three in Virginia, and three in Maryland. If you’d like to join or lead a peaceful protest let us know. The group's financial backers are unknown for now. But they are offering to pay people to show up advertising, “stipends available”. A new non-scalable fence now surrounding the Supreme Court isn’t enough for concerned lawmakers. So a new bill aims to give the Supreme Court authority to provide around-the-clock protection to potentially endangered justices.
DOOCY: And now White House officials are balancing expressing their preferred policy with public safety.
DOOCY: Some of these justices have young kids, their neighbors are not all public figures, so, but would the President think about waiving off activists that want to go into residential neighborhoods in Virginia and Maryland?
JEN PSAKI: Peter, look, I think our view here is that peaceful protest, there’s a long history in the United States and the country of that and we certainly encourage people to keep it peaceful.
CBS Evening News
6:32:52 p.m. Eastern
ED O’KEEFE: Good evening, Norah. That draft majority opinion on the future of abortion rights continues to reverberate nationwide. And now there are growing concerns about the potential for political violence against the Supreme Court justices themselves. The Supreme Court under lockdown. Eight-foot-high fencing now surrounds the building.
All entry points are blocked to vehicles. And more officers on patrol, a scene reminiscent of what Washington looked like after the January 6 attacks. The nine justices are also under heavier security. CBS News has learned general threats of violence against them are up. Their home locations have been shared online, and they're receiving more targeted personal phone threats. Justice Samuel Alito, author of the leaked majority draft opinion, canceled a scheduled appearance today in Nashville. The other justices are also cutting back on public events.