A County Chairman Refused To Boost Security at Supreme Court Justices’ Homes. Then He Had Police Guard His Residence. — Washington Free Beacon

The Virginia official who refused to boost security at the homes of Supreme Court justices during pro-abortion protests last week had no problem using taxpayer money to have police protect his home, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Jeff McKay, a Democrat who has served as chairman of Fairfax County’s Board of Supervisors since 2019, denied a request from Virginia governor Glenn Youngkin (R.) last Wednesday to block protests around the justices’ homes, allowing abortion activists to flout federal and state laws that prohibit picketing at private residences. According to sources, however, patrol officers for a week after the protests were posted outside McKay’s home after the supervisor allegedly received threats.
Pro-abortion protests erupted nationwide in May after a leaked draft opinion indicated the High Court is poised to ov …

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