Report Reveals Kavanaugh's Would-Be Assassin Planned More Murders For The Left
As it turns out, the would-be assassin that was hell-bent on murdering Justice Bret Kavanaugh had much bigger plans. It didn't just end with the death of one Justice. Nicholas Roske of Simi Valley, California, was talked into turning himself in by his sister after he called her before committing the crime.
Roske intended to murder at least three Justices ahead of the overturning of Roe V Wade, according to reports that tracked down his online activity.
In an online conversation on the messaging app Discord, Roske told an individual in May that he was "gonna stop roe v wade from being overturned" and that he would "remove some people from the supreme court," according to the FBI.
"Two dead judges ain't gonna do nothing," the unnamed user told Roske. "You would die before you killed them all."
Roske replied: "yeah but I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come, and I am shooting for 3."
The search history on Roske's phone, which investigators took from Roske when he was arrested and got a search warrant for the next day, also includes searches for "assassin skills" and equipment, "how to be stealthy" and the Supreme Court's website listing current members.
He was found with a gun, knife, ammunition, zip ties and burglary tools down the street from Kavanaugh’s home, where he was arrested after calling 911 to say he was having suicidal thoughts.
The warrant revealed that Roske, who used the email address [email protected], was not going to stop at Kavanaugh and planned to target at least two other unnamed Supreme Court justices.
His goal was to hand all the Court's power over to the left. When the other user mentioned that Roske would surely die before being able to carry out all of the murders he explained his reasoning:
“Yeah but I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come, and I am shooting for 3,” Roske replied. “all of the major decisions for the past 10 years have been along party lines so if there are more liberal than conservative judges, they will have the power.”