“We don’t yet know what the nature of the threat was. We don’t know what language the threat was, or what kind of weapon this man might have had if he had one at all,” says Whitney Wild.
Posted BY: Jamie White
A CNN anchor did some damage control on Wednesday after a pro-abortion gunman was arrested outside Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home in the middle of the night.
The Maryland gunman, who also had burglary tools, was believed to be angry over the leaked Roe v Wade draft decision and the recent spate of mass shootings, and police were tipped off that he “came in from out of state with the intent to kill Kavanaugh,” according to The Washington Post.
Additionally, the Supreme Court issued a statement confirming the man “was armed and made threats against Justice Kavanaugh.”
But CNN’s Whitney Wild obfuscated the facts, claiming the man’s motive was unclear and it was unknown whether he even had a weapon upon his arrest.
“We don’t yet know what the nature of the threat was. We don’t know what language the threat was, or what kind of weapon this man might have had if he had one at all because the information at this point is just so thin,” Wild said.
“But his certainly contributes to this overall threat landscape we’ve been talking a lot about. The major concern here with this abortion ruling from federal officials…is that Supreme Court Justices will certainly be potentially targeted by violent extremists who are angered over this pending ruling that is poised to strike down Roe v Wade.”
Wild then tried claiming that “both sides” of the abortion debate are generating “violent extremists” despite exhaustive evidence the left has been overwhelmingly engaging in violence and domestic terrorism since the leaked SCOTUS ruling.
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“This is an extremely passionate issue. There are emotions on both sides. Federal officials have made clear over and over, they believe the risk truly comes from both sides of this abortion debate,” Wild claimed. “So certainly this case really solidifying what federal officials have been warning about. People are angry. They might seek to use the abortion ruling as a justification to cause violence and that puts the Supreme Court Justices, their staff, and other members of the judiciary, especially the Supreme Court, at risk.”
The draft opinion overturning Roe v Wade that was leaked last month has resulted in dozens of firebombings, arsons, and vandalism of pro-life centers, churches, and women’s clinics across the country, with some pro-abortion domestic terrorist groups like “Jane’s Revenge” taking credit for some of the violent attacks.
The White House has also been encouraging protests outside of Supreme Court Justices’ homes in violation of the law and despite the DOJ warning of acts of violence by pro-abortion activists in the wake of the leaked SCOTUS draft opinion.