An enraged group of pro-abortion advocates swarmed outside the personal San Francisco home of Democrat House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi in order to protest the Supreme Court’s impending overturn of the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Though the Court is merely returning the issue of abortion to the state level, the media has broadly misrepresented Justice Alito’s draft as a future federal ban on abortion.
The group, known as “Ruth Sent Us,” proclaimed that Pelosi’s leadership has long been “cowardly” and “careless.”
Apparently, the extremist group believes Pelosi should unilaterally control the decision-making process of the Supreme Court.
Outside of Pelosi’s home, protestors help up various demanding signs, including signs that declared, “Abortion on demand & without apology,” as captured by independent journalist Brendan Gutenschwager.
Aside from their aggressive signs, the protestors also held up signs of all five justices who appear poised to support the upcoming overturn of the 1973 decision.
The allegedly peaceful protestors used a bullhorn to deliver their message, claiming that the Republican Party is “fascist,” aiming “not only eliminate abortion rights, but gay marriage, trans rights, and a whole slew of rights.”
Pelosi is one of several public figures who has endured immense harassment following the devastating leak of Justice Alito’s opinion.
Supreme Court Justices themselves have been a major target, including Justice Samuel Alito, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Chief Justice John Roberts.
The protest outside Pelosi’s abode is ironic given her verbal support of aggressive pro-abortion protests that occurred outside the private homes of Supreme Court Justices over the weekend.
In general, Democrats have experienced intense criticism for generally downplaying the increasingly hostile protests outside Supreme Court Justices’ personal homes.
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