Harvard Law Instructor Insists It's Our 'Civic Duty' to Constantly 'Accost' Six Justices

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Academia isn’t lately known for its political neutrality, so it should come as no surprise to learn of recent tweets by an Ivy League teacher.

As reported by Campus Reform, Harvard Law clinical instructor Alejandra Caraballo took to Twitter on June 25th to wax on civic duty in light of Roe v. Wade being overturned.


The academic’s not satisfied with peaceful protest:

“The six justices who overturned Roe should never know peace again.”

To be clear:

“It is our civic duty to accost them every time they are in public.”

Alejandra — whose pronoun-packed (“she/her”) Twitter profile (@Esqueer_) describes a “wise Latina” and whose photo features a T-shirt touting “Protect Trans Kids” — insisted women have lost their rights:

“They are pariahs. Since women don’t have their rights, these justices should never have a peaceful moment in public again.”

Of course, the reversal of Roe v. Wade placed the issue of abortion where it had always been until 1973: in the hands of the voters, via decisions made by elected officials at the state level.

Alejandra certainly looks young enough to be unaware that, for decades, people on both sides of the abortion debate have acknowledged that Roe was posed for repeal. As you likely know, the landmark decision was founded upon a constitutional right to privacy — which isn’t written in the Constitution.


Apropos of that fact, former Chicago attorney Megyn Kelly posted to social media on June 24th, “Whether you are pro-abortion or not, this was the right decision legally. You may not like it, but you were lied to by the Roe & Casey justices who told you abortion was a constitutional right. This court set things straight…”

Beyond that, it seems to me that denouncing the Supreme Court as invalid argues for a principle pertinent to the justices’ decision: Core issues belong at the state level, not in the hands of those at the federal one.

Either way, Alejandra suspects the court will soon ban birth control:

“They’re coming for contraception, same-sex marriage, and the ability to criminalize LGBTQ people again. May those justices feel the unease, insecurity, and anxiety they seek to inflict on us.”

It’s quite the prediction, and unrelated to the stated reasons behind Roe’s reversal.

Still, Alejandra isn’t the only one making such claims. And major moves are in the works:



As for Alejandra’s call to “civic” action, there was a time when university law teachers might have been reluctant to publicly charge others with the task of terrorizing Supreme Court justices. Clearly, that time has passed.

Even so, the activist asserted something quite conservative: Abortion affects “women.”

That’s not so woke anymore–



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