Angry protesters continued their demonstrations outside the homes of the six conservative Supreme Court justices on Saturday.
Following the Supreme Court’s decision Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, protesters began to share the justices’ addresses.
Protests broke out across the country and dozens showed up at the home of Justice Clarence Thomas.
They chanted “no privacy for us, no peace for you!” and called his wife, Ginni, an “insurrectionist”.
Others carried signs saying “Thomas is a treasonous turd” and “Off with their d***s”.
Demonstrators announced their Saturday plans to visit the homes of Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch.
The pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us has been protesting in the justices’ neighborhoods for weeks since a draft version of the opinion was leaked.
On social media, individuals and groups are repeatedly sharing the justices’ addresses and encouraging protests at those locations.
Photos have also been shared on Twitter and Instagram of protesters with the addresses on signs.
Earlier this month, a California man, Nicholas Roske, was arrested outside Kavanaugh’s home after allegedly admitted to planning to kill him.
While President Biden called for peaceful protests after the decision, over 25 protesters were arrested in New York City and SWAT teams in Phoenix had to use tear gas in the Arizona Capitol building to disperse demonstrators.