‘Blood-thirsty’ mob of abortion proponents in Arizona set upon pro-lifer with a frenzy

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Predictably, after the leak of the SCOTUS draft opinion indicating that the court would overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade, leftists started protesting, getting violent, and even sharing bodily fluids, especially in Arizona where they allegedly spit in water bottles and then poured it on a pro-lifer.

One Twitter user in Arizona named John Curtis shared a number of hellish videos from the protest that resulted in multiple demonstrators getting arrested Tuesday.

“A blood thirsty crowd of abortionists spit in bottles of water and poured it on a Pro-Life supporter. Arizona?” Curtis tweeted.

“Abortion activists scream ‘This is what democracy looks like’ repeatedly at a Pro-Life supporter and call him a racist after he stated ‘More black babies are aborted in the State of New York every year, than are born,'” he reported in another tweet.

“Another abortion activist assaulted the Pro-Life supporter by hitting him with a water bottle, then proceeded to run away,” Curtis said in another tweet.

He even took time to point out the absurdity of some of their signs, “We know the left can’t meme but check out this sign from the protest. ‘MY BODY MY CHOICE!
Invade Ukraine? Russia? Control women’s bodies? USA. Hotel? Trivago?'”

Protests flared up outside of the state capitol in Phoenix where more than a thousand pro- and anti-abortion protesters gathered. They were facing off over a leaked draft opinion where a majority of Supreme Court justices voted to strike down two previous court rulings that paved the way for legalized abortions across the United States. The potential ruling will negate Roe vs. Wade and hand the power back to the states on whether to legalize abortion or not.

A group called Radical Women Phoenix planned the protest. After several speakers got the group ginned up, they took to the streets and started marching north on the sidewalk shouting and brandishing signs, according to Arizona’s Family 3.

“‘Ho ho, hey hey, Roe vs. Wade is here to stay!’ some of the radical protesters yelled. Others chanted, “Hell no, Roe can’t go!” and “my body my choice!”

“Bans off my body” and “Abortion Is Health Care” were among the prevalent signs at the protest.

“Most women, like the reason they turn to abortion is because they’re going through things a lot of people wouldn’t understand because they haven’t been through themselves. But stopping abortion and making it illegal makes us criminals if we were to do something for our safety, for our body,” commented Kelaih Martinez, who was a demonstrator at the rally.

The leaked draft was provided by an anonymous source to Politico which in turn triggered a massive meltdown on the left.

“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” the draft opinion argues. “Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.”

The opinion was signed by Justice Samuel Alito with justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett concurring.


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