Reeling White House Issues Statement Condemning Protests That Include ‘Violence, Threats, or Vandalism’

The White House finally issued a statement today after protesters descended on churches and Supreme Court Justices’ homes over the weekend as the demonstrations became increasingly threatening and violent.

In a tweet issued during her final week in the position, White House press secretary Jen Psaki began by explaining that Joe Biden “strongly believes in the Constitutional right to protest.”

“But that should never include violence, threats, or vandalism,” Psaki lectured.

Psaki then explained that “Judges perform an incredibly important function in our society, and they must be able to do their jobs without concern for their personal safety.”

The statement, however, did little to appease those on both sides of the argument as many on the left complained that there should be more of a forceful pushback on the leaked draft brief.

Washington Times columnist Tim Young responded, “Now that protests and violence happened, we decided that we should stop encouraging protests and violence…”

It was reported that antifa vandals hurled at least one Molotov cocktail into offices of Wisconsin Family Action in Madison, an anti-abortion group in the state.

The left-wing radicals, known as Anarchy 1312, also scrawled a chilling message on the wall that read, “If abortions aren’t safe you aren’t either,” as well as their symbol.

In addition, massive protests occurred outside of the houses of multiple Supreme Court Justices and outside of churches over the weekend, with at least one being vandalized as well.