It seems even judges aren't safe from the radical left mob anymore.
A California man is facing a charge of attempted murder after his arrest near the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Nicholas John Roske, 26, had planned to murder him and was armed with a pistol and tactical knife, court documents said.
Mr Roske said he was having suicidal thoughts, had a gun and had come from California to "kill a specific United States Supreme Court justice". Local police officers were sent to the justice's home and arrested Mr Roske.
Justice Kavanaugh and his family were in their home at the time of the arrest.
While in custody, Mr Roske said he was also spurred to action by the leaked Supreme Court document on abortion, as well as the recent mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Mr Roske was found to have a Glock 17 pistol, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, crowbar and duct tape.
He was asked a series of question by a judge during a brief court appearance on Wednesday afternoon, including whether he was thinking clearly when he was arrested.
"I think I have a reasonable understanding, but I wouldn't say I'm thinking clearly," he responded, confirming that he was a college graduate and had been taking an unspecified medication.