After the bombshell was revealed regarding a draft opinion that might overturn Roe v. Wade, there have been more subtle leaks in Washington.
There are currently no other big opinions that are circulating regarding the court case, according to the trickles of information coming out of the court. Roe v. Wade might yet be overturned by a vote of 5-4 or 6-3, much to the dismay of Democrats, as the Supreme Court justices are not showing any signs of changing their minds.
For the time being, we are unable to predict what the Supreme Court will decide, but it is clear from the results of recent polls that the antics of Democrats have turned off many Americans.
According to a survey conducted by the Trafalgar Group, 75.8 percent of American citizens do not endorse the practice of disclosing the addresses of Supreme Court Justices or the practice of protesting at their houses.
New @trafalgar_group/@COSProject poll (5/6-8) indicates 3/4s of #Americans do not support publishing the addresses #SupremeCourt Justices or protesting at their homes in response to the upcoming #RoeVWade decision.
— The Trafalgar Group (@trafalgar_group) May 10, 2022
It’s not just Republicans that oppose the tantrum being thrown by the left, the poll found that 67% of Democrat voters find the antics unacceptable:
The White House’s view that it’s perfectly fine to protest outside Supreme Court justices’ homes is not shared by a significant majority of Democrats, according to a new Trafalgar poll.
While 76 percent of likely voters said no and 16 percent of respondents said yes, when looking specifically at Democrat voters, 67 said it’s unacceptable to protest in this way. Twenty-one percent of Democrats believe it’s OK to protest at the justices’ private homes.
In addition, the survey discovered that 52 percent of potential voters believed that the decision made by the White House to not denounce the protests was inappropriate and could lead to more acts of violence.
Because the Democrats want to talk about abortion and make it their primary issue heading into the election in November, this is a terrible blow to them. Instead, they are going to be forced to discuss inflation, which is the last thing on their list of things they want to do.