In a statement, Vice President Biden slammed a weekend demonstration by pro-choice demonstrators just outside the homes of two conservative Supreme Court justices.
100 individuals marched from Brett Kavanaugh’s Maryland house to John Roberts’ home in Virginia on Saturday night.
Separately, an arson assault on a pro-life organization was carried out on Sunday.
“Violence, threats, or destruction” should never be part of a demonstration, the White House warned.
A statement from Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki said that the president has a strong belief in the in the legal and constitutional right to protest.
“However, violence, threats, or vandalism should never be included in this. For the sake of our community, judges must be allowed to carry out their duties without fearing for their own safety.”
A candlelight vigil was held outside the houses of the judges on Saturday night.
The gathering marched from Mr Kavanaugh’s Chevy Chase, Maryland, house to Mr Roberts’ Chevy Chase, Maryland, home, chanting and holding banners.
One last demonstration is planned on Monday in front of Justice Samuel Alito’s house.
Protests have been staged outside the house of Justice Kavanaugh, who was officially confirmed to the bench despite accusations of sexual assault in 2018.
An anti-abortion advocacy group’s offices was set on fire early Sunday morning by vandals in what authorities termed a deliberate assault.
Outside the building, a sign reading “If abortions aren’t safe, then neither are you” was spray-painted, and an unlit petrol bomb was discovered nearby.
According to a previously leaked draft judgment, a majority of the Supreme Court’s nine justices would strike down the federal government’s right to abortion. It’s anticipated that the court will issue its decision in June.
According to the letter, which was written by conservative Justice Alito, a judgment that legalized abortion in the United States in 1973 was “egregiously incorrect from the outset.”
Thirteen states will immediately outlaw all abortions if Roe is reversed, and more are anticipated to follow. Around half of the states in the United States are predicted to continue allow abortions.
On Monday, New York state lawmakers proposed new legislation aimed at making abortions more widely available. A number of other left-leaning states have already taken similar steps.
A financing program for organizations that assist women in obtaining abortions in New York was also announced.
Due to the leak, both pro-abortion protestors and anti-abortion protestors have gathered at Supreme Court steps in Washington D.C.
Eight-foot-tall fence has been constructed around the Capitol in images reminiscent of the uproar after the assault on the US Capitol last year.
Over the Mother’s Day weekend, tens of thousands more people took to the streets around the country, from Chicago to Houston.
The Women’s March is returning to Washington, D.C., this weekend, and more people are anticipated to attend.

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