Court documents show Kavanaugh plot suspect identifies as trans girl named Sophie


WASHINGTON, DC- Have you wondered why nobody in the upper echelons of the Democratic Party have addressed the assassination plot against Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh?

Journalist Andy Ngo of the Post Millennial may have uncovered the reason. The plot against Kavanaugh disappeared from mainstream media faster than Bill Clinton used to drop his trousers.

According to court filings, things could actually have been much worse, Ngo said. The suspect, Nicholas Roske had actually planned to kill three Supreme Court justices.

Moreover, Roske is identified as a transsexual who goes by the name “Sophie.” Now you know the reason for the silence, because clearly it doesn’t fit the agenda.

The filings revealed that Roske had used social media and Discord servers to plan the assassination scheme and share his plans with others.

Likewise, Roske also used social media under the name “American Nick” looking for love, specifically someone to have a sexual or romantic liaison with who would be “comfortable” with his newfound status.

One post saw Roske describe himself as “a 24 year old MtF [male to female] college graduate” seeking “a woman to cuddle and watch movies with.” Roske continued, “If this turns into making out, etc. that’s cool.”

Ngo said later in the same post that Roske admitted to being uncomfortable around men.

The filings included “Evil Google” searches law enforcement authorities say were made by Roske before traveling 3,000 miles across the U.S. to kill Kavanaugh, while excerpts from Discord conversations in which Roske revealed his intent to kill three members of the Supreme Court.

For example, on May 25, Roske told one person he was “gonna stop roe v wade from being overturned.” When asked how he hoped to accomplish that, he said he was going to “remove some people from the supreme court.”

In reply, the person Roske was talking to was described as “incredulous” then asked Roske “planned to run after,” reminding Roske that “two dead judges ain’t going to do nothing,” they wrote on Discord. “You would die before you killed them all.”

Roske then replied “yeah but I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come,” continuing, “I am shooting for 3. 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.”

Roske was arrested on June 8 outside Justice Kavanaugh’s home after he told a 911 operator he was armed and wanted to kill a Supreme Court justice. Roske admitted having a handgun, secured inside an airline-safe travel case that was zip-tied, while telling the dispatcher he needed “psychiatric help” due to what he was planning to do.

“I need psychiatric help,” he told the operator, while also saying he had been ”hospitalized multiple times” for mental health reasons.

On Sunday, the New York Post reported that Roske had conducted research on the “most effective place to stab someone” before showing up at Kavanaugh’s home, newly released details revealed.

That information was revealed from an FBI search warrant obtained by Fox News, which also revealed a number of other disturbing internet searches conducted by Roske, as well as the conversations he had as addressed above.

“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 said in the warrant application,” Fox said.

Among the searches he conducted included “how to be stealthy,” “assassin skills,” and “most effective place to stab someone” in the weeks prior to his arrest.

Fox News did not mention Roske’s transsexual conversion in their story.

Roske was charged with attempted murder and has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the man who has been accused of attempting to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has allegedly admitted that Kavanaugh was not the only justice he was after.

The recently unveiled FBI search warrant, which was obtained by Fox News Digital, indicates that 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske Googled several 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.

Not only did the suspect meticulously plan the alleged plot, but he even reached out for advice on internet forums. In an online conversation, Roske told another internet user, “im gonna stop roe v wade from being overturned.”

According to the documents, the other user responded with, “what u tryna do.” Roske allegedly wrote back, “remove some people from the Supreme Court.”

The same user responded to Roske’s threats, saying: “two dead judges ain’t gonna do nothing. The whole government is (expletive). There’s no fixing that. You would die before you killed them all.” According to Fox News and the documents obtained by them, Roske wrote back:

“Yeah but I could get at least one, which would change the votes for decades to come, and I am shooting for 3. 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.”

Roske was planning on targeting at least two other members of the Court, but the released documents did not identify which justices those were. Roske also used the online address [email protected] In the warrant application, authorities said:

“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.”

According to reports, Roske, of Simi Valley, California, was carrying a gun, ammunition, a knife, pepper spray, a screwdriver, zip ties, and other gear when he was arrested by Montgomery County Police Department deputies early in the morning outside of Kavanaugh’s home back in June.

Roske, who has been charged with the attempted murder of a federal judge, told officials that he was upset about the conservative justice’s position on Roe v. Wade and the Second Amendment.

Reportedly, Roske took a taxi to Kavanaugh’s neighborhood and was spotted by U.S. Marshals. He was apprehended after he called 911 and told the operator that he was having suicidal thoughts and was planning to kill Kavanaugh.

Pro-choice activists have protested outside the homes of conservatives justices, including Kavanaugh’s, since the leaked Supreme Court decision to officially overturn Roe v. Wade. Lyric Winik, one of Kavanaugh’s neighbors, said that the “protesters have gotten out of control,” adding:

“Nothing about [the protesting] is healthy. We’ve got kids on this street scared to leave their homes.”

Recent polling shows that Kavanaugh’s neighbors were not alone in their frustration with the rising threats and intimidation from pro-choice activists outside private residences.

The Judicial Network’s CRC research polling found that over 80 percent of registered voters said that acts of violence and vandalism by protesters should be prosecuted.

Over half, nearly 58 percent of registered voters told CRC that U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland should protect Supreme Court justices by enforcing federal laws that outlaw protesting in front of their homes.

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Within hours of SCOTUS going on recess, Justice Amy Coney-Barrett’s house targeted by pro-choice insurrectionists

July 2nd, 2022

FALL CHURCH, VA – Within hours of being on recess, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Virginia home was met with a group of pro-choice protesters who were outside chanting expletives and waving signs reading “Liar.”

On Thursday, June 30th, Chief Justice John Roberts formally recognized the end of the Supreme Court’s session, stating:

“I am authorized to announce that the Court has acted upon all cases submitted to the Court for decision this Term.”

One of the last decisions the high Court made was overturning the highly controversial Roe v. Wade case, which has sent many pro-choice protesters and advocates on a rampage.

The most recent incident happened to conservative Supreme Court Justice Barrett when nearly 20 people were reportedly seen marching outside the judge’s home, yelling and chanting, “(Expletive) you, Barrett.” The angry crowd also clutched signs reading:

“Keep your rosaries off my ovaries”

“Reproductive Rights are Human Rights”

“Impeach Expand Codify”


Some of the signs had a photo of Barrett printed underneath the sayings. According to the New York Post, many of the protesters appeared to be with the activist group “Our Rights DC,” which has allegedly organized several protests outside the homes of the six conservative justices who voted in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade.

“Our Rights DC” was scheduled to hold another “resistance march” in the Virginia neighborhood of Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife, Ginni, on the evening of Friday, July 1st. The pro-choice activist group tweeted:

“What is there to explain? Thomas continues to attack human rights at every opportunity. His wife, Ginni, is an insurrectionist. Meet us at 6:30PM at the CVS on Burke Centre Pkwy & we will carpool to/from Thomas’s street to protest the ‘best friends.’

The demonstrators gathered within hours of President Joe Biden making an extraordinary attack on the Supreme Court while overseas — blasting the integrity of the high court. At the conclusion of the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, Biden said:

“The one thing that has been destabilizing is the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States.”

He added:

“And overturning not only Roe v. Wade, but essentially challenging the right to privacy. We’ve been a leader in the world in terms of personal rights and privacy rights. And it is a mistake, in my view, for the Supreme Court [to] do what it did.”

During his press conference in Madrid, Biden also emphasized his support for codifying federal abortion rights by any means necessary — even through bypassing the filibuster. Biden said:

“I believe we have to codify Roe v. Wade in the law and the way to do that is to make sure that the Congress votes to do that. And if the filibuster gets in the way … we provide an exception for this.”

Dozens of pro-choice demonstrators have swarmed the homes of the court’s conservative justices since the June 24th ruling after the pro-choice group “Ruth Sent Us” quickly circulated the justices’ addresses.

The protesters are planning to target Thomas’ home again and Barrett’s as well as Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito, John Roberts, and Neil Gorsuch. Fox News reported that the media is also accusing some of the conservative justice’s of lying about Roe v. Wade.

Some prominent Democrats and their allies the media are claiming that two Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn Roe v. Wade somehow “lied” during their confirmation hearings.

On the day of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the case that overturned Roe v. Wade’s precedent, MSNBC’s Joy Reid claimed that the Court was filled with “religious zealots” who “lied” about precedent to get past “gullible senators” and land a spot on the bench.

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