Tucker Carlson’s viewers got more than they bargained for on Monday night when the Fox News anchor had to swiftly cut a live feed from outside Justice Samuel Alito’s house after a protester launched an expletive-filled chant with her middle finger aloft. Protests have exploded in front of the Supreme Court Building and around the nation following the leaked draft opinion. Different demonstrators, furious at the prospect of abortion being banned in several states, have protested outside the homes of the Conservative justices who voted in favor of overturning the 1973 legislation. [tweet_embed] May 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] Dozens of people assembled over the weekend outside the homes of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts in the Washington and Maryland suburbs. “So it used to be like, before Joe Biden was President, that Supreme Court justices were allowed to write opinions because that’s how the system worked,” Carlson stated. “Now we’re gonna take you to Alexandria, Virginia, outside Justice Samuel Alito’s house to show you what it looks like when you write an opinion the mob doesn’t like. Those are live pictures.” Over 100 people were outside the home, lighting candles and chanting: “Abort the court!” A woman in an orange t-shirt that states “not your uterus, not your choice” and a purple face mask declaring “bans off our bodies” was in the shot. Holding a bullhorn, she started yelling: “F*** Samuel Alito. And f*** everybody who thinks that they can tell someone that they aren’t -” [tweet_embed] May 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] Carlson, realizing what was happening, lifted the middle finger towards Alito’s home and hastily stated: “Ah, so let’s turn that off. Too much.” He continued: “It pains me even to put stuff like that on television, but people should see, you know, what this actually looks like.” On Monday, the Senate passed legislation to beef up security for all Supreme Court justices, ensuring their families are protected as the court deliberates abortion access. The bipartisan bill, which passed by voice vote with no objections, did not provide additional funding, which could come later. Though it seeks to put the court on par with the executive and legislative branches, making sure the nine justices are provided security as some demonstrators have assembled outside their homes. The bill now moves to the House for its consideration. [tweet_embed] May 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] The Senate legislation is a technical change that enables Supreme Court law enforcement to provide around-the-clock security to immediate family members, in line with protection for some people in the executive and legislative branches.