"Justice" Amy Coney Barrett gets home demo night after Trump's acceptance speech

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The 16th of November was just one night after Trump's formal announcement that he is running for the White House again. On that night, protesters again returned to the home of "Justice" Amy Coney Barrett, Trump appointee to the court. She also formerly held the title of "handmaid" in the Christian extremist group People of Praise.

Mitch McConnell rammed through Amy's 2020 nomination to the court as racial justice protests raged in the streets. He reversed his position from Obama's 2016 SCOTUS nomination, consideration of which he blocked. This was an attempt to ensure Trump could steal the 2020 election but didn't work. With all this in mind, the 2016-2020 era chant "No Trump, no KKK, no Fascist USA" was brought back for the protest at Amy Coney Barrett's house on Nov 16.

Amy has been getting these protests back to the May 2022 leak of the Supreme Court's notorious Dobbs decision. That case permitted many states to immediately ban abortion. It is expected that the next class of arrestees flooding jails in places like Texas will be from abortion cases. This comes as Texas, Tennesee, and other states are criminalizing parents of transgender youth under 18, and fears of a broad pogrom across the South targetting the entire LGBTQ community are growing.

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