Kavanaugh's neighbor speaks out against protesters, details 'horrific' experience since Roe v Wade leak

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Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s neighbor told Fox News in an interview that their neighborhood has been struggling to deal with loud and aggressive protesters since the criminal draft leak of Roe v. Wade.

The neighbor, speaking on anonymity, explained that law enforcement has done little to help with protesters that arrive multiple times per week and “aggressively” disrupt their community.

“They are people who come from out of the area. They have a staging point in a parking lot fairly nearby,” the source said.

The organized group of protesters typically meet on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s around 7 pm, causing a nuisance for families with young children.

“That’s when people are putting their kids to bed, there’s little kids who live on the street. It’s a horrific experience,” the neighbor told Fox News. “It’s not great if you have kids of any age, but it’s unbelievably stressful and the kids are very upset, the kids have to be sent inside and it’s so loud you can’t put your kids to sleep.”

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