The man had been making threats against Kavanaugh before appearing near the justice's Maryland home, according to federal and local officials. (Related: Planned Parenthood supporters and other violent leftists have also pledged to murder the Supreme Court if abortion does not remain federally legal.)
The Washington Post says the man is from California and in his mid-20s. People familiar with the investigation claim that the man told police officers that he wanted to kill Kavanaugh, prompting them to stop and arrest him on a nearby street.
The man was allegedly carrying a gun, a knife and various burglary tools, according to people familiar with the investigation who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Two others, also anonymous, claim that the man was angry about the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, as well as the recent spate of mass shootings.
Supreme Court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe issued a statement confirming the man's arrest, which took place around 1:50 a.m. on June 8. Between the hours of 1:14 and 1:45 a.m., the man is said to have "c[o]me in from out of state with the intent to kill Kavanaugh."
A spokeswoman for the FBI office in Maryland says the entity is "aware" of the arrest and is now "working with our law enforcement partners" to figure out what to do next, declining to comment any further.
A final decision about Roe v. Wade is expected to come possibly in early June. Enhanced security has been set up around the justices and the court itself, which now has a tall fence encircling the building – much like the wall that has been erected around the White House.
It is almost as if the corrupt federal government is blockading itself in anticipation of mass civil unrest, which will be targeted at federal officials over a variety of issues – think hyperinflation, economic collapse, food shortages, violence and more.
"Threats of violence and actual violence against the justices of course strike at the heart of our democracy," stated Attorney General Merrick Garland when asked by the corporate-controlled media about acts and threats of violence against Supreme Court justices.
"And we will do everything we can to prevent them and to hold people who do them accountable."
In his own statement, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, said he was briefed about the incident and decided to push for extra security measures, particularly around the justices' homes.
"I call on leaders in both parties in Washington to strongly condemn these actions in no uncertain terms," Hogan said. "It is vital to our constitutional system that the justices be able to carry out their duties without fear of violence against them and their families."
Over at Natural News, one commenter questioned the timing of the Supreme Court's supposedly leaked opinion on Roe v. Wade, particularly because it is directly coinciding with the collapse of Western civilization.
"This just seems to me like another deliberate trick of some kind," this person wrote. "I mean, they're being a little too peaceful about it at this point and this whole thing has me very suspicious."
Another wrote that overturning Roe v. Wade will not even do anything, which makes the situation even more suspicious in terms of its true intent.
"It merely reverts to the states," this person added about how abortion will still be legal most everywhere at the state level.
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