Kind of Host Joy Behar encouraged demonstrators who passed by the house Supreme Court House of Judge Samuel Alita.

On Monday night, more than 100 people gathered near the home of Judge Samuel Alita Virginia after the leak a draft opinion written by the judiciary was proposed by the majority conservatives in court are ready to abolish the constitutional right to abortion.

Demonstrators marched down his street in Alexandria, lighting candles and shouting slogans such as “Alito is a coward” and “our bodies, our choice.”

During a segment on The View on Tuesday, a group of hosts discussed the aftermath of the protests, and Behar strongly supported the protesters.

“But it also shows Alita that she feels losing her freedom of choice,” Behar said. “He can’t get out of the house easily, so maybe that’s a good lesson for them”

During a segment on The View on Tuesday, a group of presenters discussed the aftermath of the protests

During a segment on The View on Tuesday, a group of presenters discussed the aftermath of the protests

Demonstrators marched down his street in Alexandria, lighting candles and shouting slogans such as

Demonstrators marched down his street in Alexandria, lighting candles and shouting slogans such as “Alito is a coward” and “our bodies, our choice.”

Many of those gathered held candles as well as signs with sharp questions to be heard

Many of those gathered held candles as well as signs with sharp questions to be heard

Demonstrators marched down and down his street, lighting candles and shouting slogans such as

Demonstrators marched down and down his street, lighting candles and shouting slogans such as “Alito is a coward” and “our bodies, our choice.”

Former Trump White House Director of Communications Alyssa Farah Griffin said that while the First Amendment gives Americans the right to assemble peacefully, protests on judges’ lawns could cross the line.

“I will say yes, I believe that the steps of the Supreme Court were more correct. I’m worried it might look like intimidation on someone’s doorstep, ”Griffin said.

But co-host Whoopi Goldberg was not impressed and said Griffin said it was “so funny” and added that she thought the protests were okay because conservative justice scared women into trying to repeal Rowe against Wade.

“So does what Alita wrote. It looks like me, ”she said. “It’s like intimidation. And yes, it’s the same thing.

Host Joy Behar said Alita tastes her own medicine.

“But it also shows Alita that she feels losing her freedom of choice,” Behar said. “He can’t get out of the house easily, so maybe that’s a good lesson for them.”

A police officer stands near the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alita as anti-abortion protesters gather in Alexandria

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alita

A police officer stands near the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alita as anti-abortion protesters gather in Alexandria

Woman holding abortion sign, posing for photo next to chalk hanger

Woman holding abortion sign, posing for photo next to chalk hanger

Protesters gathered near the house of Judge Brett Cavanaugh, shouting:

Protesters gathered near the house of Judge Brett Cavanaugh, shouting: “We will not return!”

Protests near Alit’s home on Monday came days after dozens of people gathered over the weekend near the homes of Judge Brett Cavan and Chief Justice John Roberts in suburbs of Washington and Maryland.

On Saturday, protesters with the words “Abortion saved my family” and “Abortion is health, health is law” arrived for the first time at the Roberts House of Justice, where protesters drew with several chalks the outlines of coat shoulders, a famous symbol of illegal abortion.

Protesters chanted “Keep abortion safe and legal!” and “Pro-life is a lie! You don’t care when people die! ‘

Then, as the sun set, supporters of the election lit candles and marched to Judge Cavanaugh’s house, where they filled the streets, slowing traffic, and were enthralled, angrily shouting a few chants.

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki declined to condemn the protests near the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.

“Look, I think the president thinks that many, many people across the country have a lot of passion, fear, sadness about what they saw in this document,” Psaki said. “We obviously want people to respect our privacy.”

She added to a request from Peter Ducy of the Fox News Channel: “I have no official position from the US government as to where people are protesting.”

Protesters across the country began gathering a few hours after the opinion was leaked.  Election rallies led by organizations such as Planned Parenthood are scheduled to continue next week and weekend

Protesters across the country began gathering a few hours after the opinion was leaked. Election rallies led by organizations such as Planned Parenthood are scheduled to continue next week and weekend.

In a leaked Alita document, Conservative Judge Alita wrote that Rowe v. Wade, a 1973 Supreme Court ruling that over-regulated abortion was unconstitutional, was

In a leaked Alita document, Conservative Judge Alita wrote that Rowe v. Wade, a 1973 Supreme Court ruling that over-regulated abortion was unconstitutional, was “very wrong from the start” and “should be repealed.”

Protesters across the country began gathering a few hours after the opinion was leaked. Election rallies led by organizations such as Planned Parenthood are scheduled to continue next week and over the weekend.

In a leaked Alita document, Conservative Judge Alita wrote that Rowe v. Wade, a 1973 Supreme Court ruling that over-regulated abortion was unconstitutional, was “very wrong from the start” and “should be repealed.”

Alita, who was sued in 2006 by George W. Bush, argues that “Rowe’s reasoning was exceptionally weak, and that decision had detrimental consequences. Rowe and Casey, who are far from seeking a national settlement of the abortion issue, have sparked debate and deepened the rift.

But there were some signs that the new ordinance would do anything to cure these divisions, last night protesters gathered outside a court in Washington.

If the decision is overturned by a Conservative-dominated court – Republicans have a majority of 6-3 votes – it will give individual states the power to decide whether to ban abortion. The Gutmacher Institute, a research group advocating for the election, said 26 states would “with certainty or probability” ban abortion if Rowe v. Wade is repealed.

Abortion rights have come under threat in recent months as Republican-led states tighten rules – some are seeking to ban all abortions in six weeks, before many women even find out they are pregnant.

Among them are Arizona, where the Republican governor in March signed a bill banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy; and Idaho, where the governor signed a six-week ban on abortion that allows family members of the fetus to sue providers who perform abortions after that point, similar to Texas law passed last year.

Currently in the U.S. abortion can occur up to about 24 weeks gestation, but the exact timing varies by state. For example, Texas bans abortion in about six weeks, but Florida has a 15-week abortion ban.

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