Protesters gather outside SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home on 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade ruling

A group of pro-choice protesters gathered outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion

case.  The protesters converged on the sidewalk outside Kavanaugh's Chevy Chase, Maryland, home. The march appeared to be organized by the far-left group known as Our Rights

DC.  The group tweeted a poster inviting members to participate in the march within the neighborhoods of Justice Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts.  The tweet

then encouraged members to attend a fundraiser concert for the DC Abortion Fund.  LIBERAL ‘SECRET’ KAVANAUGH DOCUMENTARY AT SUNDANCE AIMS TO REOPEN SEXUAL ASSAULT

ALLEGATIONS Video taken outside Kavanaugh's home by The Daily Signal reporter Mary Margaret Olohan shows protesters carrying signs reading "our rights are not up for

debate," "abortion saves lives" and "abortion is healthcare."  READ ON THE FOX NEWS APP The group chanted as they marched in the rain, saying things like "cut his time

short, a rapist should not rule the court," and "no privacy for us, no peace for you." Several members of law enforcement could be seen standing nearby on Kavanaugh's

property. ABORTION IS ‘GRUESOME SIGN' OF WHAT SOCIETY HAS FORGOTTEN, SAYS CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP  Kavanaugh's home has been the target of multiple protests in the past,

which were sparked after a draft Supreme Court opinion was leaked indicating Roe v. Wade would be overturned.  The unrest even led to an assassination attempt against

Kavanaugh. Nicholas John Roske, 26, allegedly traveled from California to Maryland and showed up in Kavanaugh's neighborhood in the early morning hours of June 8.