A pro-abortion group infamous for doxing many Supreme Court justices had its Twitter account blocked on Thursday.
A notification noting that the account was suspended for breaking Twitter’s rules is currently displayed to visitors of @RuthSentUs.
In May, Ruth Sent Us released the residences of the six conservative justices after Politico published a draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court that appeared to indicate the court might reverse Roe v. Wade.
The group asked demonstrators to congregate close to the justices’ residences to voice their disapproval.
The group at the time claimed on its website that “Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics.”
Additionally, Ruth Sent Us provided an interactive Google Maps map of the houses of the Supreme Court justices. According to Fox News, Google later removed the customized map due to alleged terms and conditions violations.
Fox asked Twitter for a comment regarding the group’s ban from the service, but Twitter did not provide one.
Ruth Sent Us was not the first social media platform to remove the account.
Mediaite claimed that the group had previously been banned from TikTok, but that the prohibition had since been lifted.
The group was banned from Facebook as well, but it was able to get around the restriction by setting up a different page.
“Facebook suspended our original page immediately after Roe was overturned,” Ruth Sent Us stated on Monday. “We’re starting fresh here, but we’re on week 10 of sustained protests at the Justices homes, and we’re growing and adapting.”
Per the description of a private Facebook group by the very same name, Ruth Sent Us calls for the arrest and prosecution of “divisive, corrupt and illegitimate Republicans,” including “ Trump, his criminal family, politicians and Supreme Court justices.”
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According to Influence Watch, “Ruth Sent Us lists no leaders or funders on its website. However, the group is connected to Sam Spiegel and Vara Ramakrishnan, two Democratic activists.”
Fox News reported that the group’s website is registered to Spiegel, who is also associated with the Unseat PAC.