Angry pro-choice protesters changed "you don't care if people die" while picketing the house of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. [tweet_embed] May 9, 2022[/tweet_embed] Dozens of protestors on Saturday gathered in the rain in DC and marched towards the homes of conservative Justices Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh in response to the leaked Supreme Court draft plan to overturn Roe v. Wade. Images of angry protesters went down to the street outside the justices' homes, an obvious attempt to back the pro-choice argument that overturning Roe v. Wade will not put an end to abortion, but instead will end safe abortions. "Keep abortion safe and legal," the pro-abortion protesters chanted while they stood in the streets holding candles and signs. [tweet_embed] May 9, 2022[/tweet_embed] Others chanted: "Your life is a lie!" and "We will not go back!" Cops stood guard outside the justices' homes and, after what appeared to be a clash with demonstrators, ordered the activists to leave. At least one officer threatened to arrest and charge the protesters for violating Maryland law. The Supreme Court draft opinion, written by Justice Samuel Alito and published by POLITICO, was leaked on Monday. The document stressed the court has voted to remove the landmark 1973 ruling Rove v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the United States. Protestors across the nation started assembling just hours after the opinion was leaked. Pro-choice rallies, spearheaded by organizations like Planned Parenthood, are slated to continue the upcoming week and weekend. Liberal group ShutDown DC already has intentions to host a "Vigil for Abortion Rights" outside Alito's house on Monday. Alito's draft does not necessarily represent the sentiments of other justices who did not pen the opinion, but it's been suggested that the court's 6-3 conservative supermajority, which includes Justices Roberts and Kavanaugh, will likely deliver on the historic reversal. Protestors carrying signs that read "An abortion saved my family" and "Abortion is Healthcare, Healthcare is a right" first arrived at Justice Roberts' home where protestors drew multiple chalks outlines coat hangers, a famous symbol of illegal abortions. Protestors chanted "Keep abortion safe and legal!" and "Pro-life is a lie! You don't care if people die!" As the evening came, however, the pro-choice advocates lit candles and marched to Justice Kavanaugh's home where they packed the streets slowing down traffic and were captured shouting multiple chants angrily. Later on more protesters appeared to arrive and were heard loudly chanting: "We will not go back!" At one moment, an officer was seen explaining to protestors that they would have to clear the area before cop cars showed up and protestors eventually dispersed, calling it a night. [tweet_embed] May 9, 2022[/tweet_embed] The protests came after the White House said it encourages "peaceful protests," would not tell abortion activists to avoid the justices' homes.