Where is SCOTUS? Protest organizers will offer Venmo $200 to anyone providing real-time locations of conservative Supreme Court justices

A left-leaning organization will offer individuals up to $200 to share the current whereabouts of conservative Supreme Court justices.

“DC Service Industry Workers…If you see Kavanaugh, Alito, Thomas, Gorsuch, Coney Barrett or Roberts, email us with the details! We’ll send you $50 for a confirmed sighting and $200 if they are still there 30 minutes after your message,” ShutDownDC tweeted Friday to their more than 23,000 subscribers.

ShutDownDC “uses strategic direct action to advance justice and hold those responsible accountable,” according to their websiteIt is unknown who is behind the group as the members are not identified on their social media pages or website.

Far-right pundit Tucker Carlson drew attention to the group through his Fox News show on Friday.Carlson suggested his viewers “inundate them with reported sightings until they give up.”

“If enough people do that, they won’t be able to do what they want, which is bully the judges into submitting to their will,” Carlson added.

ShutDownDC and the Supreme Court did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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