U.S. Government Is Bracing for a Surge in Violence After Roe vs. Wade Decision by Supreme Court

Senator & former Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts yells “I am angry!” in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, lambasting the May 2nd leaked draft abortion opinion

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — According to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memo, the U.S. Government is bracing for a surge in political violence after the Supreme Court hands down its ruling on potential changes to the infamous Roe vs. Wade decision, which is expected to return the federalization of the abortion issue in Roe vs. Wade back to the 50 individual states.
“Today we know our purpose. We also know what we're up against,” said Vice President Kamala Harris the day after an unprecedented leak was reported in Politico saying that the U.S. Supreme Court may be poised to alter the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision.

"Let us fight with everything we’ve got,” said Vice President Harris.

The draft decision was leaked on Monday evening, March 2nd.

Liberal and Democrat activist groups immediately began carrying out disruptive public demostrations, and are instructing pro-abortion protesters to go to the homes of the “Six Extremist Justices” whom the Supreme Court leak indicated may be in favor of overturning Roe vs. Wade.

And the group “Ruth Sent Us” – named after the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg – published a map showing the streets in Northern Virginia & Maryland on which the six different, pro-life justices reside.
  Law-enforcement agencies are investigating social-media threats to burn down or storm the Supreme Court Building, kill justices and their clerks, or attack places of worship and abortion clinics.

The unclassified May 13th memo from Homeland Security’s Intelligence Division says threats coming after the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion – which have targeting Supreme Court Justices, pro-life groups and others – “are likely to persist, and may increase leading up to and following the issuing of the Court’s official ruling.”
  Churches and the offices of pro-life groups across the nation have also been targeted recently.

In a March 6th tweet earlier this year, the group bragged,

In addition to the Dept. of Homeland Security memo, Axios also reports that communications between the government and the private sector show that multiple agencies are bracing for civil unrest ahead of the Supreme Court’s final ruling.

The threats target justices, lawmakers and other public officials, as well as clergy and health care providers.
  Across the country, Regional Fusion Centers – state-owned and operated centers that serve as focal point hubs for collecting, analyzing and communicating threat-related information – are also sounding the alarm.
A Virginia Fusion Center document recently flagged the possibility of doxing and cyberattacks on abortion facilities.

And a memo from a Nevada Counter-Terrorism Agency also raised concerns about the impact of a court decision on November's midterms, and safety of election workers.

"DHS is committed to working with our partners across every level of government and the private sector to share timely information and intelligence," said a DHS spokesperson who responded to an Axios request for comment, adding that the department "is committed to protecting Americans' freedom of speech and other civil rights and civil liberties, including the right to peacefully protest."

The Dept. of Homeland Security's memo – along with other communications between government and the private sector – shows how multiple agencies are mobilizing to try to get ahead of civil unrest.

In late April 2021, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas called the issue of "domestic violent extremism" one of the greatest terrorism-related threats to the U.S.

Said former Secret Service Agent and risk-management consultant Jonathan Wackrow, "You see that people are willing to engage in the most violent acts in furtherance of that ideology."