Although there hasn’t been a ruling yet, thanks to a leaked draft decision, it appears that the Supreme Court might have been on the brink of overturning Roe v. Wade. Again, there has been no final decision made, yet liberal activists and pro-abortionists are already protesting outside of the homes of the Supreme Court Justices.
While some believe protesting outside their homes is dangerous, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated, “I know there’s an outrage right now, I guess, about protests that have been peaceful to date. And we certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges’ homes and that’s the president’s position.” That statement was given just a day before activists started protesting outside of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s house.
That’s right, it appears that the Democrats and their agenda to blame the GOP for the document isn’t working. In the video, which is featured below, a group of pro-abortionists decided to protest outside of Pelosi’s San Francisco home. A woman with a bullhorn declared, “We are here because the Democratic Party and the Democrats as a whole have been complicit in this whole thing.” She added, “We are here because this draft decision is what it is, it’s only a draft, and we will protest here, in front of the leadership of the Democratic Party, and in the streets from coast to coast, unceasingly, because we work to keep abortion legal – legal and accessible, not rare.”
The protester wasn’t finished as she also targeted former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “Hillary Clinton, who started the whole thing like abortion should be legal, but rare, as if abortion is a tragedy. We are here to say abortion is a basic right, a basic human right, and without this right, women are basically enslaved. And we will not stand for it.”
With their own base turning against them, the story of the protesters was even showcased on Fox News as one protester criticized Pelosi. “Speaker Pelosi, this will be your legacy, 35 years of your reign of terror. You had a supermajority under [former President] Obama under which this should have been your top priority. Why did you keep this on the table? Because this is your most effective fundraising tool. That’s why.”
While Pelosi has received some backlash, she remains adamant on the topic of abortion. On Monday she admitted, “While we have seen and heard extraordinary anguish in our communities, we have been moved by how so many have channeled their righteous anger into meaningful action: planning to march and mobilize to make their voices heard.”
Users online found the protests outside of Pelosi’s home comical with one writing, “Aahhh poor Nancy pants! You mean it wasn’t those mean Q anon people showing up at Nancy’s home? Nancy pants will retire, publicly, but privately, where is she going?”