“I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come, and I am shooting for three”
According to newly released documents, the suspect arrested for attempting to murder Justice Brett Kavanaugh in June reportedly aspired to commit more crimes.
Nicholas John Roske allegedly wanted to kill two more justices in addition to Kavanaugh to change the court for “decades to come.”
It’s shocking that this story somehow managed to become worse.
Jack Gournell reports at Newsmax:
Documents: Kavanaugh Suspect Wanted to Kill 3 Justices, Change the Court
Documents uncovered during the investigation of the attempted assassination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh show that the suspect wanted to kill three justices so that votes on the court would be changed for “decades to come,” according to authorities.
In an FBI warrant released on Thursday, suspect Nicholas John Roske allegedly said that he wanted to kill two other justices, NewsNation reports. It is not known who the other justices are, but a search of his computer history shows conversations on Reddit and other online platforms where he says he would stop Roe v. Wade from being overturned.
When he was asked how he would achieve this, he said he was going to remove some people from the Supreme Court.
“Yeah but I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come, and I am shooting for three,” Roske wrote. “Shooting for three.”
According to FOX News, during those sessions on Reddit, Roske actually researched the most effective methods of stabbing and more:
FBI search warrant application shows chilling online postings from Kavanaugh assassination suspect
A newly unveiled FBI search warrant shows that the man accused of attempting to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh meticulously planned the alleged plot and even reached out for advice on an internet forum.
According to the FBI search warrant obtained by Fox News Digital, 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske Googled various search terms related to the attack, including “how to be stealthy,” “assassin skills” and “most effective place to stab someone” in the weeks leading up to the planned attack…
“Roske said that he used his Reddit account to ask individuals, who were unknown to him, questions in order to refine his plan to kill the Justice,” authorities say in the warrant application.
Democrats and media types who have spent the past few years shrieking about threats to our democracy have been curiously silent about this case, haven’t they?
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