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WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – A man has been charged with the attempted murder of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh after being arrested Wednesday.

Nicholas John Roske, 26, of Simi Valley, California called authorities himself. He disclosed that he had suicidal thoughts and wanted to murder Kavanaugh.

The would-be murderer expressed that his motive to kill the SCOTUS judge was rooted in his support for Roe v. Wade and that he was “upset” in light of the impending overturning of the landmark abortion decision.

Roske also told a detective that the Trump-appointed judge would “side with Second Amendment decisions” that would support the right of Americans to bear arms.

Roske had purchased a handgun and “other items” with the intent to break into Kavanaugh’s residence to kill both the Supreme Court Justice and himself. They included ammunition, a knife, zip ties, pepper stray, and duct tape.

Jordan Sekulow, the Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), wrote: “This is where we’ve come, folks. Radical Leftists are so committed to their extreme abortion agenda, they’re willing to murder a Supreme Court Justice and his family. Thankfully the U.S. Marshals intercepted this would-be assailant. But let’s not overlook that it is the leadership on the Left that is giving these twisted foot soldiers their orders.”

Another act of pro-abortion violence occurred on Tuesday when vandals “firebombed” a New York State pro-life pregnancy center. Law enforcement has launched an arson investigation.

“Early this morning police and firefighters responded to smoke at CompassCare’s Buffalo office,” pro-life group CompassCare posted on its company blog on Tuesday.

“The building was firebombed. The windows in the reception room and nurses’ office were broken and fires lit. Graffiti on the building left by the arsonists refers to the abortion terrorist group Jane’s Revenge reading, ‘Jane Was Here’.”

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