Following SCOTUS’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Democrats have proclaimed their intention to engage in ‘mostly peaceful’ protests, with some promising a Night of Rage.
Indeed, many on social media have promised a mostly peaceful “Night of Rage” led by Jane’s Revenge, a radical pro-abortion feminist organization not dissimilar from Antifa.
The group has said that it’s “open season” on anyone supporting the decision and has claimed they will continue their anarchy for another 30 days.
Less radically, several Democrat Congressmen and Congresswomen have denounced the decision, labelling it illegitimate.
“This decision — ILLEGITIMATE” Democrat protesters led by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) screamed outside the Supreme Court earlier today.
Hardly as soon as the chant decrying the entirely legitimate ruling paused, AOC proceeded to chant with her minions to get “in the streets” and protest the decision.
Additionally, not happy with the thought of so many babies being born, has also compiled a “direct multi-abortion fund” to help Americans get to abortion clinics in New York.
Antifa has also promised to hold several mostly peaceful protests outside various government buildings across the country.
“We’re calling for an all-out protest at the Massachusetts State House tonight at 6 pm,” a Tweet from Black Mast Antifa reads. “An attack on bodily autonomy is an attack on us all.”
According to NPR, 22 states are likely to ban or “severely limit abortion” now that the issue of abortion falls under their purview. Thirteen of these States also have trigger bans, meaning an abortion ban will either take effect immediately or after a 30-day waiting period.
Some Governors have come out to reassure their constituents that they’ll be able to access abortions, while others have celebrated the decision.