Musk’s plan to clean up Twitter can’t come soon enough.
In a shockingly brazen display of the left’s depravity, a former reporter pondered whether assassinating senior Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito would save Roe v. Wade.
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) May 5, 2022
The Daily Wire reports:
“Interesting real life trolley problem in America now,” tweeted Simon Gwynn, whose public profiles say that he worked for Haymarket Media Group as a journalist before he reportedly resigned over “unwise” tweets. “If you had the chance to kill Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, the two oldest right wing Supreme Court judges, should you do it while Biden can get his nominees to replace them confirmed?”
“It’s interesting as an abstract question but becomes a real conundrum if, say, you’re terminally ill and have little to lose yourself, but know that it could save many women’s lives in the future,” Gwynn continued.
It wasn’t long before the tweets were deleted from Gwynn’s account however multiple accounts were able to screenshot the former reporter’s disturbing messages.
“I’ve removed my recent two tweets about the US Supreme Court as on reflection they’re obviously pretty irresponsible, though I don’t think they would be against Twitter’s TOS,” Gwynn said on Thursday morning. “FYI I don’t endorse murdering anyone, but don’t think there’s anything wrong with thought experiments.”
Gwynn’s tweets also come as liberal activist groups have called to protest outside of Supreme Court justice’s homes in hoping to intimidate a ruling.
Progressive group Ruth Sent Us announced “walk-by Wednesday” for May 11, urging protestors to come to “the homes of the six extremist justices, three in Virginia and three in Maryland.”
“The radical Left and their dark money funders have one goal, which is to intimidate the Court,” Judicial Crisis Network President Carrie Severino told The Daily Wire on Wednesday evening. “Showing up at the justices’ homes to harass them is absolutely beyond the pale and shows the lengths to which they are willing to go in order to undermine the Court’s independence.”