Protests gain momentum outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices and the Supreme Court building

Pro-choice groups have hosted protests outside the homes of all six Republican-appointed justices of the Supreme Court – Justices John Roberts, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett – in what the group is calling “Walk-by Wednesday.”

According to a report by Fox News, the far-left group known as “Ruth Sent Us” has continued to target the conservatives justices’ homes as part of their effort to put pressure on the panel before they vote about potentially overturning Roe v. Wade. 

Roe v. Wade was a landmark case that has been in place for decades, facilitating the deaths of more than 60,000,000 unborn children since its inception in 1973. 

Protesters in the group have taken several approaches, recently pushing the claim that the most recent appointment to the Supreme Court, Justice Barrett, who is the biological mother of 5, doesn’t know about a full-term pregnancy. 

Barrett’s home was the venue for protesters dressed in costumes mimicking the show Handmaid’s Tale, saying that Barrett shouldn’t be allowed to weigh in because she doesn’t know what it’s like to bring a baby to term, according to another report from Fox News

“It’s also possible that the fact that she’s an adoptive mother is influencing her inability to see what it’s like to carry a pregnancy to term,” the protester said in video obtained by Fox News Digital.

When the protester was reminded that Barrett has carried several children to term, the protester replied, “Not everybody wants to have five kids or four kids or one kid.”

Another protester spoke to the religious nature of the protests, saying, “We have no problem with Catholicism,” while holding a sign that read, “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries.”

“However, in this country, there’s a separation of church and state,” the protester continued. “So somebody’s religion, no matter what that might be, cannot dictate how they carry out their job as a public official.”