Twitter Suspends Account That Offered Bounties On Supreme Court Justices

( The account of a pro-abortion group that used Twitter to publicize Supreme Court justices’ locations and urge people to demonstrate outside their houses has been suspended by the social media network Twitter.

The court’s decision in Roe v. Wade, which had established abortion as a constitutional right for several decades, was overturned by justices with a tendency toward conservatism last month. A draft of the ruling was leaked to the news media in May, roughly about the same time the organization Ruth Sent Us began its posts. This was when the demonstrations got their start.

On the organization’s website, there is a map with the names of the streets labeled with the residences of the Supreme Court Justices Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, and Neil Gorsuch.
In May, Google took down the map, claiming a “violation of our personal and confidential information policy” as the reason for the removal.

The Daily Wire reached out to Twitter for comment but did not receive a response. The Daily Wire wanted to know why Twitter did not suspend the account until around two months after Google deleted the map and which specific post was the last straw.

Twitter did not answer.

It would appear that Twitter has now disabled the Ruth Sent Us photo feature.
— Mary Margaret Olohan @MaryMargOlohan

The organization also tweeted, “If you’re in the Washington, DC metro area, join us. Our demonstrations at Barrett’s house are credited as moving the needle toward this coverage.”

Reportedly, Ruth Sent Us encouraged other individuals to disrupt Catholic services on Mother’s Day. The organization warned one critic with a tweet dated May 7 that said to “stuff your rosaries and your weaponized prayer.”

They said they would not stop being offended even after the weekend, so please do not stop praying. To demonstrate their hatred for the abuse that Catholic churches have tolerated for decades, they will burn the Eucharist.

TikTok also temporarily banned the group back in May.