Protester says Justice Barrett, mother of 5 biological children, knows nothing about full-term pregnancy

A protester (right) outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Comey Barrett said the judge's views on abortion may be due to her inexperience with pregnancy on Wednesday

A protester (right) outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Comey Barrett said the judge's views on abortion may be due to her inexperience with pregnancy on Wednesday

A protester who marched outside Judge Amy Comey Barrett’s home argued that the Supreme Court judge’s views on abortion may be influenced by her lack of experience with pregnancy and childbirth.

Justice Barrett, 50, is a mother of five biological children and two adopted children.

The protester’s comments come the day before Supreme Court justices meet on Thursday for their first scheduled meeting since the leak of a draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

A protester (right) outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Comey Barrett said the judge's views on abortion may be due to her inexperience with pregnancy on Wednesday

A protester (right) outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Comey Barrett said the judge's views on abortion may be due to her inexperience with pregnancy on Wednesday

A protester (right) outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Comey Barrett said the judge’s views on abortion may be due to her inexperience with pregnancy on Wednesday

The photographer (left) she spoke to made it clear that Barrett is the biological mother of five children.

The photographer (left) she spoke to made it clear that Barrett is the biological mother of five children.

The photographer (left) she spoke to made it clear that Barrett is the biological mother of five children. “Not everyone wants to have five children,” the protester said after a pause

The protester was one of seven who marched outside Barrett’s home in Falls Church, Virginia, dressed in costumes that referenced Margaret Atwood’s novel “The Handmaid’s Tale,” in which women are forced to conceive and give birth against their will.

Speaking to a photographer, the woman claimed that Barrett’s views on abortion could be influenced by the fact that she’s an adoptive mother and doesn’t know what it’s like to be pregnant.

“It’s also possible that being an adoptive mother influences her inability to see what it’s like to carry a pregnancy,” the protester said in images obtained by Fox News Digital

“Well, she has had five children on her own,” the photographer responds.

The protester holds up her hands and pauses before switching tact.

“Not everyone wants five children, or four children, or one child.”

Her maidservant’s cap fell off her head shortly afterwards, before snatching it back into place.

Another protester, holding a sign that read “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries,” said she had no problem with religion, but that faith should not influence the law in America.

Judge Amy Comey Barrett is a famously devout Catholic and conservative judge.  She was appointed by former President Donald Trump

Judge Amy Comey Barrett is a famously devout Catholic and conservative judge.  She was appointed by former President Donald Trump

Judge Amy Comey Barrett is a famously devout Catholic and conservative judge. She was appointed by former President Donald Trump

Barrett is the mother of five biological children and two adopted children.  She is pictured above with four of them at the White House in September 2020

Barrett is the mother of five biological children and two adopted children.  She is pictured above with four of them at the White House in September 2020

Barrett is the mother of five biological children and two adopted children. She is pictured above with four of them at the White House in September 2020

‘We have no problem with Catholicism,’ she said, ‘but in this country there is a separation of church and state. So one’s religion, whatever that may be, cannot dictate how they do their job as a civil servant.”

Amy Comey Barrett is a very devout Catholic.

The protesters marched in Barrett’s cul-de-sac for about 30 minutes before taking off in their car.

Protesters have descended on the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices since the draft to overthrow Roe leaked last week.

Protesters have gathered outside the homes of conservative judges since the draft decision to overthrow Roe v. Wade leaked last week

Protesters have gathered outside the homes of conservative judges since the draft decision to overthrow Roe v. Wade leaked last week

Protesters have gathered outside the homes of conservative judges since the draft decision to overthrow Roe v. Wade leaked last week

Protesters marched to the homes of Judges John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday

Protesters marched to the homes of Judges John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday

Protesters marched to the homes of Judges John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday

On Saturday, dozens of protesters gathered in the rain in DC and marched to the homes of conservative judges John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh.

Images of coat hangers were chalked on the streets in front of the judges’ houses, an apparent attempt to bolster the pro-choice argument that overthrowing Roe v. Wade will not end abortion, but will instead end abortion. safe abortions.

“Keep abortion safe and legal,” the pro-abortion protesters chanted as they lined the streets with candles and signs.

Others cried, “Your life is a lie!” and ‘We won’t go back!’

Outside Roberts’ house they shouted, “You don’t care if people die!”

Earlier this week, the Senate passed legislation to increase the security of Supreme Court justices.

The bipartisan bill, passed unopposed by one vote, aims to ensure that judges and their families are protected while the court deliberates on access to abortion and whether the landmark Roe v. Wade decision should be reversed.

The nine Supreme Court justices are meeting in private for their first scheduled meeting since a draft opinion was leaked last week.

Roberts' neighbors watched as protesters marched to his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland

Roberts' neighbors watched as protesters marched to his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland

Roberts’ neighbors watched as protesters marched to his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland

Thursday’s meeting in the judges’ private, wood-panelled meeting room could be a tense affair in an environment known for its decorum. There is no one there except the judges.

Thursday’s conference comes at a particularly fraught moment, with the future of abortion rights at stake and an investigation underway to find the source of the leak.

Chief Justice John Roberts last week confirmed the authenticity of the opinion, revealed by Politico, by ordering the court Marshal to conduct an investigation.

Roberts stressed that the draft, written by Judge Samuel Alito and distributed in February, may not be the court’s last word. Supreme Court decisions are not final until they are formally promulgated, and in some cases the results have changed between the first votes of the judges shortly after the arguments and the official announcement of the decisions.

The Senate failed in a 49-51 vote to codify abortion rights Wednesday afternoon in a bill that even some moderate abortion rights proponents said went too far.

The bill was expected to fail, but gave Democrats a chance to publicly support abortion rights — even Vice President Kamala Harris came to the Capitol to chair the vote.

Rep.  Madeleine Dean (D-PA), Rep.  Nikema Williams (D-GA) and Rep.  Veronica Escobar (D-TX) lead a march of Democratic female members of the US House of Representatives through a tunnel in the US Capitol to gather outside the US Senate chamber to protest and advocate for abortion rights

Rep.  Madeleine Dean (D-PA), Rep.  Nikema Williams (D-GA) and Rep.  Veronica Escobar (D-TX) lead a march of Democratic female members of the US House of Representatives through a tunnel in the US Capitol to gather outside the US Senate chamber to protest and advocate for abortion rights

Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA), Rep. Nikema Williams (D-GA) and Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX) lead a march of Democratic female members of the US House of Representatives through a tunnel in the US Capitol to gather outside the US Senate chamber to protest and advocate for abortion rights

Even Vice President Kamala Harris, who would break a tie in the split Senate if the bill wasn't subject to a filibuster, came to the Capitol to preside over the vote.

Even Vice President Kamala Harris, who would break a tie in the split Senate if the bill wasn't subject to a filibuster, came to the Capitol to preside over the vote.

Even Vice President Kamala Harris, who would break a tie in the split Senate if the bill wasn’t subject to a filibuster, came to the Capitol to preside over the vote.

A group of excited female members of the House Progressive Caucus marched to the side of the Senate chanting “my body, my decision” as the Senate voted on the bill passed by the House.

The bill would have taken 60 votes, 10 from Republicans, to pass, but failed to achieve even a simple majority as Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va., voted against, as did the pro-choice Republican Sens. Lisa Murkowski, Alaska. , and Susan Collins, Maine. Murkowski and Collins had introduced their own narrower bill to codify abortion rights, the Reproductive Choice Act, but Schumer declined to put it to the vote.

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