A plot to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh along with other conservative justices has received virtually zero reporting from establishment media outlets.
Can you guess why?
Well, firstly, liberals don’t bat an eye when conservatives are violently threatened. Secondly, they want anyone who dares come in between their progressive agenda fearful for their lives.
The crazed left-wing domestic terrorists who planned to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh in front of his Maryland home in June actually had plans to kill two more conservative justices, according to the FBI.
Prosecutors have alleged 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske traveled thousands of miles to Kavanaugh’s home with a pistol, ammunition, a knife, and stealthy gear in an attempt to kill the justice on June 8 just after midnight. He used Google to search terms including the most “effective place to stab someone” and “quietest semi auto rifle,” the July 26 affidavit states.
According to Roseke’s chat history, including texts and Reddit messages, the pro-abortion assassin wasn’t going to stop at killing Kavanaugh.
A screenshot of a brief exchange between Nicholas Roske, who is accused of attempting to murder Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and an unnamed Discord user.
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland/ FBI
Roske, who was motivated by anger that Kavanaugh would help overturn Roe v. Wade and in part by persistent mass shootings in the country, was indicted last month by a federal grand jury for an “attempt to assassinate” the Supreme Court justice, according to court records.
The July 26 search warrant affidavit shows that between May 5 and his June 8 arrival in Chevy Chase, Maryland, Roske made several Google searches for phrases including “Reagan assassination attempt,” “assassin skills,” “assassin equipment,” “assassinations,” “supreme court,” “how to be stealthy,” “gun lubricant,” and several other terms on similar subject matter.
He even visited the Supreme Court’s webpage in an apparent effort to determine who the current members of the court are, as his phone web history shows he visited the “Current Members” page of the Supreme Court’s website.
During that period, Roske also posted to a subreddit on May 10 titled “r/TwoXChromosomes,” an online community “intended for women’s perspectives,” asking online users: “Would Kavanaugh being removed from the SC help women long term?”
Just after midnight on June 8, Roske approached Kavanaugh’s house. Police found an arsenal of weapons and other tools used for kidnap and murder, including a knife, a gun, pepper spray, special stealthy boots, ties, and duct tape. He fled the scene after spotting U.S. Marshalls patrolling outside Kavanaugh’s house.
Roske has pleaded not guilty to the charge of attempting to assassinate a sitting Supreme Court justice. Federal public defender James Wyda also requested on the week of July 15 that the court throw out confessions Roske had made at the location of his arrest and then at the police station.
Given the current state of our justice system, it wouldn’t be surprised if Roske walked free.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth