In a Wednesday editorial, the left-leaning Post said the protest, in response to his vote in favor of allowing Texas to enact its new abortion law, outside Kavanaugh’s suburban Maryland home “crossed the line.”
The Monday protest, organized by the liberal group Shutdown DC, consisted of more then 50 people who carried various signs in support of abortion rights.
“No laws were broken, and the right to protest is sacred in this country. But that doesn’t make the events at Justice Kavanaugh’s suburban Maryland home any more acceptable,” the board wrote. “The demonstration outside Justice Kavanaugh’s home is the latest in a dismaying trend in which the homes, families and private lives of politicians and other public figures become targets.”
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