Texas man threatens to kill all members of the Supreme Court over Roe decision, even the ones who voted to uphold the 1973 decision


THE COLONY, TX – Mikeal Deshawn Archambault was recently arrested in The Colony, Texas.

Hours after the Supreme Court of the United States publicly released their decision to overturn the landmark 1973 case Roe vs. Wade, the 20-year-old Archambault allegedly posted a threat to Twitter.

The now-removed tweet read:

“I’m finna kill everyone in the SUPREME COURT with my ak47[.]”

As reported by the Epoch Times, the account the post originated from, @moseswrld, has been deleted.

The Colony Police Department issued a release on July 1 detailing how they were able to get involved in apprehending Archambault.

TCPD was notified by the FBI that a resident of The Colony was making threats online aimed at the Supreme Court.

“In conjunction with the FBI, Detectives from The Colony Police Department’s Criminal Investigative Division conducted an investigation and obtained probable cause for an arrest warrant. Officers went back to the subject’s residence, located the subject and placed him under arrest for Terroristic Threat,” the statement read. 

Archambault was booked into the Denton County jail on charges of making a terroristic threat and was released the next day on a $25,000 surety bond.

Authorities have not revealed if they recovered the AK-47 referenced in the tweet, or any other weapons.

There are very few details available regarding Archambault’s background and whether he actually owns any firearms or if he has a criminal record.

The arrest follows numerous threats to Supreme Court justices after a 6-3 majority voted to send the abortion issue back to the states.

As we recently detailed, Nicholas John Roske traveled from Simi Valley, California to the DC area intent on taking the life of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Roske is accused of saying that he was “thinking about how to give his life a purpose and decided that he would kill the Supreme Court Justice after finding the Justice’s Montgomery County address on the Internet”.

The arrest affidavit charges that Roske was in a taxi that stopped in front of Kavanaugh’s residence. The suspect looked at two deputy U.S. Marshals who were standing next to their parked vehicle and then turned to walk down the street.

Shortly thereafter, a man who said he was Nicholas John Roske called the Montgomery County Emergency Communications Center and said he was “having suicidal thoughts and had a firearm in his suitcase.”

He told the 911 operator that he came from California to “kill a specific United States Supreme Court justice,” according to the documents.

That is when authorities responded and arrested Roske. The affidavit states:

“[Roske] further indicated that he had purchased the Glock pistol and other items for the purpose of breaking into the justice’s residence and killing the Justice as well as himself.”

We will continue to follow Archambault’s case and will provide updates as they become available.


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WASHINGTON, DC- Remember the time unhinged right-wing extremists got hacked off, threatened Supreme Court justices, and doxed their home addresses after they approved gay marriage? Neither do we.

What we will always remember however is how unhinged radical leftists threatened Supreme Court justices to the point where the US Marshals Service has been forced to provide 24/7 security at their homes.

According to the Washington Examiner, the Marshals have been requested by Attorney General Merrick Garland to provide security at the homes of conservative justices in light of recent deranged protests occurring throughout the country by angry liberals upset that they may ostensibly lose the right to murder unborn children.

Of course, if liberals had been paying attention in school about how the whole US Constitution thing works, they might realize that even if the high court strikes down Roe v. Wade, the pro-baby murder gang will still be able to get their abortions in states which permit it.

For example, women (sorry, don’t mean to “misgender”) who want to get an abortion in states such as for example California and New York will be able to do so right up until the child is ready to be born. It will change nothing.

“At the Attorney General’s direction, the U.S. Marshals service accelerated the provision of around-the-clock security at the homes of all Justices, among other actions, last week,” according to a Justice Department press readout.

After remaining silent for a couple of weeks over the impending decision and the sometimes violent protests which accompanied it, Garland last week spoke out (finally) against the “rise of violence and unlawful threats of violence” directed at public servants, saying they are “unacceptable and dangerous to our democracy.”

“I want to be clear. While people vote, argue, and debate in a democracy, we must not—we cannot—allow violence or unlawful threats of violence to permeate our national life. The Justice Department will not tolerate violence or threats of violence against judges or any other public servants at work, home, or any other location,” Garland added.

In addition, the Justice Department discussed plans to “enhance coordination, intelligence sharing, and technical support as it relates to judicial security” in the coming weeks and months following the unhinged protests earlier this month outside the homes of several conservative-leaning Supreme Court justices.

Prior to Garland’s order being released, a declassified memo from the Department of Homeland Security dated May 13 spoke to an “increase” in political violence if and when the Supreme Court returns a ruling similar to the draft opinion leaked May 2.

The memo, obtained by Axios led to some evasion from the Department of Homeland Security, which didn’t answer question about its veracity but told the Washington Examiner that it “is committed to protecting Americans’ freedom of speech and other civil rights and civil liberties, including the right to peacefully protest.”

In anticipation of possible violent protests at the Supreme Court building, fencing was erected to protect both the infrastructure as well as the justices.

It is expected that a final ruling in the case,  Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, is expected prior to the end of the court’s term in either late June or July.


For more on the pro-abortion zealots, we invite you to:


WASHINGTON, DC- “Domestic terrorism as defined by the White House, from a June 2021 release:

“…activities that involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population, to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion, or to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.” [emphasis added]

With that in mind, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) wrote to the Department of Justice last week, asking why that agency has not labeled a violent attack on a Madison, Wisconsin anti-abortion center as “domestic terrorism.”

Last week, a group of pro-abortion zealots attacked the Wisconsin Family Action clinic in Madison with Molotov cocktails in response to an illegal leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court indicating the probable overturn of Roe v. Wade, the ill-advised and seemingly unconstitutional ruling which gives women a constitutional right to murder their unborn children.

On May 13, Johnson’s office issued a press release announcing Johnson’s letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas regarding collective silence on the attack in Madison.

In the attack, the pro-abortion group, Jane’s Revenge also painted a threat on the building, “If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either.” That would seem to indicate an existential threat to that facility.

In his letter, Johnson took the agencies, along with Joe Biden to task, claiming none have made public remarks, nor have issued statements condemning the Madison attack.

“I want to reemphasize that your silence on this abhorrent attack against a pro-life organization is deafening and your continued silence could be construed as a tacit endorsement of such attacks against those who hold different or opposing political believes from those of this Administration,” he wrote.

Continuing, Johnson asked, “What actions are DOJ, FBI and DHS taking to assist state and local law enforcement regarding incidents of harassment, intimidation, and potential domestic threats against pro-life organizations?”

The Federalist reports that Jane’s Revenge, which claimed responsibility for the attack also issued a statement, in which they wrote:

“Wisconsin is the first flashpoint, but we are all over the US, and we will issue no further warnings.” They also further warned that “next time the infrastructure of the enslavers will not survive.”

In his letter, Johnson further admonished the violent protesters who engaged in sometimes violent and deadly protests in 2020.

“In 2020, extremists exploited demonstrations across the country to incite riots that resulted in the loss of life, more than 2,000 injuries to law enforcement officers, and over $1 billion in property damage,” Johnson wrote, citing International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) numbers.

“There are currently mobs outside the residences of the Supreme Court, Justices appointed by Presidents George W. bush and Donald Trump…and once again, DOJ, FBI, and DHS have yet to condemn these activities.”

Despite the fact that such protests are against federal law, and in the case of Virginia state law, the demonstrations have been endorsed by the White House.

“I know that there is an outrage right now about protests that have been peaceful to date,” outgoing White House flack Jen Psaki said in a press briefing last week. “We certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges’ homes.”

In his letter, Johnson gave Garland, Wray and Mayorkas until May 27 to respond to his letter while admonishing them for their silence, relating their silence to the targeting of parents at school board meetings last year with them being compared to domestic terrorists.

Johnson then outlined three requests:

  1. Has DHS or FBI designated the group, “Jane’s Revenge,” as a domestic violent extremist organization? IF not, please provide your reasoning.
  2. Will DOJ provide resources to identify and prosecute those responsible for the attack to the Madison Police Department?
  3. What actions are DOJ, FBI, and DHS taking to assist state and local law enforcement regarding incidents of harassment, intimidation, and potential domestic threats against pro-life organizations?

Senator Johnson probably shouldn’t hold his breath, given the radical nature of this administration.

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