Ad About Assassination Attempts Against Top Justice Is Downright Scary

( An angry individual upset about the prospect of Roe v. Wade being overturned attempted to carry out an assassination attempt on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in June.

The horrifying 911 call that followed has been used by the Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative organization that advocates for judicial reform, in a new advertisement targeting Democrats in advance of the midterm elections.

The suspect, Nicholas John Roske, can be heard near the beginning of the advertisement explaining to the operator of the 911 call that he was armed and planned to cause harm to Brett Kavanaugh.

The operator questions, “What were you coming to do, just to hurt him?” in this phrase.

The Roske gives a response of “Correct.”

Roske eventually pleaded not guilty to the allegations brought against him.

“This attempted murder of a justice of the Supreme Court,” the advertisement says, “should have been a tipping point for Democrats.” When will Democrats finally stop putting the lives of justices in jeopardy?”

Clips of Democrats such as Chuck Schumer, Maxine Waters, Elizabeth Warren, and the Squad are superimposed with foreboding music and tweets from people on the left asking for violence to be directed at the Supreme Court and its justices.

The Judicial Crisis Network stated on their Twitter account that by enabling radical protestors and refusing to condemn the continued threats against the justices, Democrats are risking the lives of Supreme Court justices and their families.

“Enough is more than enough.” Protesters marched to the streets and, in many cases, went directly up to the front doors of the homes of Supreme Court justices. Their addresses had been publicly leaked after it was revealed through a leak that Roe v. Wade would be reversed.

Many prominent Democrats chose not to denounce the acts of the protestors and instead accepted their behavior on the condition “as long as no one got hurt.”

Chuck Schumer, the leader of the Senate Majority, was one of them. When he was asked if he was “okay with protests… outside the residences of Supreme Court justices,” he responded with a “yes,” provided that the demonstrations were “peaceful.”

It has been stated that permitting protests to go on unchallenged was just a matter of time before someone engaged in violent behavior during one of the demonstrations, even if the majority were nothing more than peaceful marches. In the case of Kavanaugh, they came dangerously close to doing so.