Unhinged Responses by Pro Choicers to the Overturn of Roe V Wade – Part Two
➡️ Part One ⬅️
Part One was getting very long, so I decided to start a new post with more examples of pro-choice insanity in light of Roe Vs Wade being overturned.
I don’t know if there will be a Part 3 or 4 year. Maybe pro-choicers will eventually accept reality and calm down.
There’s been a lot of racism from progressives against Justice Thomas (a black man) over this ruling. Progressives claim to hate racism (and they wrongly define just about everything as being “white supremacy”) but they are sure happy to hurl racist insults at a black man for not agreeing with Roe Vs. Wade. It’s always been about politics, not about supporting diversity or fighting racism.
More Examples Or Pro Choice People Melt Downs or Violence
(or relevant material)
Some are in plain link format, and also some tweets with video embedded.
July 8, 2022
Protesters — apparently angry because they might not be able to butcher innocent babies in certain states — harassed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh until he was forced to flee out the back door of a Washington, DC, restaurant.
(Link): Far-left actor Ron Perlman says pro-2A Supreme Court ruling ‘for whites only’ — except Justice Clarence Thomas wrote majority opinion – not about abortion, but goes to show how Justice Thomas receives a lot of hate and racism from progressives, who claim to detest racism and love all black Americans
June 26, 2022 – Sunday
On Saturday, a pro-abortion man aggressively confronted Turning Point USA contributor Drew Hernandez and his camerawoman outside the United States Supreme Court.
The angry protester shoved his face about one inch from Hernandez and growled, “I f*cking love killing babies,” before assaulting the female camera woman and independent journalist Savanah Hernandez.
June 25, 2022
A group of pro-abortion, Antifa activists started a fire outside the Mark O Hatfield federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon Friday night.
The rioter discharged the makeshift flamethrower at police while hiding behind a black bloc militant holding an umbrella.
June 25, 2022
… The violence comes after radical pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge promised a “Night of Rage” in response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. Democratic lawmakers have encouraged protests, refused to condemn escalatory violence, and used incendiary language to encourage histrionic reaction to the verdict.
by Jazz Shaw
June 26, 2022
In predictable fashion, the night after the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health was announced, the violence kicked off almost immediately.
And in an equally predictable fashion, the majority of the mainstream media mostly ignored it.
One of the more notable attacks (among many) took place at the Life Choices Christian crisis center for pregnant women in Longmont, Colorado.
When police and firefighters arrived at the center after three o’clock in the morning, (Link): the building was already ablaze.
The graffiti we’ve come to expect in these attacks was on display, proclaiming the usual messages pushed by Jane Sent Us.
But in addition to that, the attackers decided to include the anarchy symbol (a capital letter “A” in a circle) on the walls and the sidewalk. Thankfully, no injuries were reported. (NY Post)
Crisis pregnancy centers targeted in wave of violence over Supreme Court abortion decision
June 25, 2022
By Peter Hasson | Fox News
Far-left radicals are using a map of pro-life crisis pregnancy centers published by two professors at the University of Georgia to target those centers, dozens of which have already been vandalized, threatened or attacked since the draft of the Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade leaked to the media.
The “Crisis Pregnancy Center Map” publishes the exact street addresses of pro-life clinics around the country, allowing users to identify the closest clinics to them.
The stated purpose of the map is “to provide location information about all of the crisis pregnancy centers operating in the U.S.” The website refers to such clinics as “fake women’s health centers.”
Left-wing extremists are using the map to identify pro-life clinics, while stopping just short of explicitly calling for violence against the centers, which have come under attack across the country.
June 26, 2022
by Emma Colton
Vandals targeted a pro-life center in Lynchburg, Virginia, with threatening graffiti and broken windows following the U.S. Supreme Court voting to overturn Roe. V. Wade on Friday.
“If abortion ain’t safe, you ain’t safe,” red graffiti states on an entrance area of the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center, photos posted by local police show.
June 26, 2022
By Mark Moore and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon
A group of black-clad marchers turned violent Saturday night in Portland, Ore., smashing windows and scrawling graffiti on downtown businesses as protests continued to rage across the nation against the US Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Several banks and coffee shops had their windows broken, a van belonging to Portland Public Schools was spray-painted, and a pregnancy resource center was vandalized, the Portland Police Bureau said in a statement Sunday.
“If abortions aren’t safe then you aren’t either,” a flier announcing the march said, according to Oregonlive.
June 28, 2022
While on Bret Baier’s Fox News show Special Report, Ohio Democratic Senate candidate Tim Ryan said there should be no abortion restrictions at all, establishing himself as radical even by pro-choice standards.
…When it comes to the “constitutional right” to an abortion, the United States is among only six nations that allow elective abortions at any time during pregnancy. The other five are Canada, South Korea, Vietnam, North Korea, and China.
…As mentioned before in another article, European abortion laws are (relative to America’s at least) relatively restrictive. Germany, Italy, and France limit abortion on demand to fifteen weeks’ gestation or earlier. In fact, a publication by the Family Research Council found that most European countries restrict abortion at 12 weeks.
Termination is set to become an HR perk
June 28, 2022
… Your employer isn’t interested in your reproductive rights; it wants to keep costs down. Do you know how expensive it is to insure a family?
… The twenty-first century company is fond of telling workers, “We are family here.” But it aspires to be a particular type of relative. Your employer does not want to be your baby daddy. It wants to be the deadbeat who drives you to the clinic and reassures himself that he is noble by going Dutch on the abortion.
The woman will feel empowered, like she has some skin in the game, if she shells out cash to have her womb evacuated. If he’s feeling generous, he may even give the mother a few days of leave to overcome the numbness, but not enough to grieve.
“Burn every f*cking government building down right the f*ck now. Slaughter them all. F*ck you god d*mn pigs.”
July 1, 2022
On Thursday morning at around 11:30 am, a Department of Homeland Security special agent as well as two police officers appeared at the door of Madeline Walker.
Walker was handed a letter warning her to cease and desist making threatening posts, which was written by Special Agent Joshua Henry of DHS’ Threat Management Branch.
“This letter is in reference to your recent post on Twitter,” the letter began. “Specifically, on June , 2022, you became upset at the Roe Vs Wade decision and stated, ‘Burn every f*cking government building down right the f*ck now. Slaughter them all. F*ck you god d*mn pigs.'”
The post was made hours after the Supreme Court handed down their decision, and in response to Biden speaking on the court’s ruling.
“This letter is to advise you that any further communications containing any real or implied harassment/threats against the personal safety of agencies, employees or contractors towards government facilities are unwarranted and unwelcome,” the letter continued.
“You are advised as of the date of this letter to cease and desist in any conduct deemed harassing/threatening in nature, when communicating to or about the federal government. Failure to comply with this request could result in the filing of criminal charges for violations of 18 United States Code Statue 115.”
… “She’s kind of taking it as a joke,” Henry told the Dallas Morning News. “She’s not remorseful about these statements, so that’ll be presented a United State Attorney and they’ll make a decision on [sic] that.”
— end excerpts —
Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian, and other celebrities shared posts on social media declaring that the “Fourth of July” was “canceled” due to a “shortage of independence” for women in response to Roe V. Wade being overturned.
Perry, a 37-year-old singer, posted a message on Twitter to her 100 million-plus followers Monday using a line from one of her biggest hits, “Firework,” to rage about the recent decision by the United States Supreme Court.
The ruling recognizes that there is no constitutional right to an abortion and returns the issue to the states, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“Baby you’re a firework’ is a 10, but women in the U.S. have fewer rights than an actual sparkler smh,” Perry tweeted.
…Both Kim and Kourtney Kardashian shared a similar message with their hundreds of millions of followers on their Instagram Stories on Independence Day that read, “4th of July has been canceled due to a shortage of independence. Sincerely, Women.”
Outspoken, leftist celebrities like Bette Midler shared the same meme with her two million-plus followers.
— end excerpts —
Most of this editorial is okay, though I think the author overstates how helpful Southern Baptists were in exposing the abuse in Southern Baptist churches (most of them resisted bringing it to light):
After 63 million lives lost and a huge answered prayer half a century in the making, does Russell Moore really have nothing to say?
BY: KYLEE GRISWOLD
June 29, 2022
Many Christian figureheads of the Never Trump variety have either gone mute or twisted themselves in ideological knots since the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade after nearly half a century, but none of the silence is as deafening as that coming from Russell Moore, the former provost and dean of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
It’s odd that one of the most prominent names in evangelicalism and the country’s largest Protestant circles hasn’t said a peep about the most consequential legal decision of our time, especially since Christianity was such a large part of the movement causing the reversal of Roe and will no doubt play an outsized role in its aftermath.
… And his guest, a religion professor at Boston University, has spent the days since the Roe reversal telling Christians to “f-ck off” on Twitter and retweeting political graphics depicting conservative Supreme Court justices as Tiananmen Square tanks about to mow down a pregnant woman. Christianity Today didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment about why the pre-taped podcast was dishonestly framed as post-Dobbs commentary.
..But given that Moore is the chairman of public theology at Christianity Today, why has he not said anything publicly about this issue of deep theological importance?
It’s not as though Moore hasn’t made his opinions on abortion and Roe clear in the past. …
…Moore has in the past publicly swiped at fellow believers under the guise of condemning “Christian nationalism.” He never missed the chance to comment on the Syrian refugee crisis or white supremacy or the Confederate flag — or any number of different highly politicized issues. Especially in the last few years, Moore has prioritized political commentary if it meant the chance to beat the Christians to the right of himself as not loving their neighbor the right way — or at least not loving them by supporting the policy or the politician he preferred.
As Jackon Waters and Emma Posey astutely noted in The American Conservative last year: “The direction Moore, [David] French, and [Beth] Moore are walking is not simply traditional evangelicalism, but a form of cultural accommodation dressed as convictional religion. The result is a religious respectability that promotes national unity, liberalism, and wokeism under the rhetorical guise of love for neighbor. While [Russell] Moore and his guest try to straddle the fence, there is little doubt that their biggest support is now coming from those significantly to their left politically.”
This “cultural accommodation dressed as convictional religion” didn’t emerge out of thin air, and it doesn’t exist in a vacuum. It’s a direct result of a Never Trump posture that’s been too arrogant to acknowledge the spiritual faithfulness of anyone who doesn’t share its conclusions that the 45th president is indefensible.
Furthermore, it’s the primary reason Moore apparently can’t bring himself to celebrate a hard-fought Supreme Court victory that could result in tens of millions of lives saved over the next few decades: As much as the Dobbs ruling is a victory for the church and the pro-life movement, the striking down of Roe v. Wade is a victory of the Trump presidency, without which the egregious precedent would not be overturned today.
We know. Trump is a moral stain. Sexual promiscuity. Insurrection. Yada yada yada. But after 63 million lives lost and half a century of blood, sweat, and tears culminating in an answered prayer for something we barely had the faith to ask for, does the chairman of public theology really have nothing to say?
July 10, 2022
by Sam Raskin
A US Army medic ripped the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade in a TikTok post that has attracted new attention it was shared by right-wing Internet personality Jack Posobiec over the weekend.
In the three–minute video posted June 24 — the day the landmarking decision was released — a currently deployed woman army medic fumed that the US “treats women like second class citizens.”
“I just extended my contract to continue serving this country a week ago. How am I supposed to swear to support and defend the Constitution and a country that treats its women like second class citizens?” she seethed.
“How am I supposed to do that? How am I supposed to do that with pride? How am I supposed to do that with love and honor?”
The medic, who said she learned about the high court’s decision after waking up from a nap, goes on to ask, “How am I supposed to wake up every day and put on a frickin’ uniform that says ‘United States Army,’ when the United States doesn’t even give a rat’s ass about me?”
…TikTok user rahasenfratz‘s taped rant, which received nearly 30,000 likes and more than 1,200 comments on TikTok, and was shared by Posobiec on Twitter Saturday.
The TikTok post was captioned: “I am heartbroken. I am enraged. I am terrified.”
… The deployed Army member noted that she has “an extremely limited access to birth control” and that “women in the military are more likely to experience unplanned pregnancies.
… Social media users expressed outrage after Posobiec shared the video with his Twitter followers, captioning it, “BREAKING: Woke Female Army Soldier Questions Loyalty to United States after Roe v Wade Decision.”
July 10, 2022
by Carlos Garcia
… Some supporters of President Joe Biden have turned into critics after what they saw as a tepid response to the court overturning the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision despite having months to prepare after the draft decision was leaked.
On Saturday, the administration released a statement addressing the furor.
…Instead of quelling the rebellion, the defiant statement angered Biden critics on the left even more.
“Remarkable statement from the White House, defending its tepid response to abortion by trashing… the left,” replied progressive reporter Jordan Zakarin. “Vote harder… and go f*** yourselves.”
July 25, 2022
….Asked if women in Texas are being denied standard treatments such as a D&C (dilation and curettage) to remove fetal remains following a miscarriage, Paxton answered, “Nothing could be further from the truth.”
“You’ll notice [CNN] never interviewed the doctor. This was a doctor’s decision not to do the procedure. The procedure is not outlawed by Texas law, so this was a very slanted story,” Paxton told host Sara Gonzales.
July 15, 2022
by Alex Parker
…. As reported by Campus Reform, Harvard Law clinical instructor Alejandra Caraballo took to Twitter on June 25th to wax on civic duty in light of Roe v. Wade being overturned.
The academic’s not satisfied with peaceful protest:
“The six justices who overturned Roe should never know peace again.”
To be clear:
“It is our civic duty to accost them every time they are in public.”
I’ve seen a lot of pro-choice women online who don’t like the point that I made below in this tweet (when it was made by other people), but it’s true.
Sex is optional.
You won’t die without sex, and no birth control is totally effective, so you do have a choice to sexually abstain, which means, you won’t get pregnant via consensual sex, since you are not having any:
What? Why is this going on in Canada??? Why are Canadians pitching a fit over a United States Supreme Court decision, as it doesn’t affect them? Odd.
I’ve seen a lot of ill fitting analogies and comparisons by pro-choicers the last few days regarding pregnancy to men’s health problems, since they’ve been outraged by the Dobbs decision.
Out of the comparisons I’ve seen, none take into account that abortion is the killing of a baby human.
I realize some women get angry because a topic like pregnancy and abortion affects women (not men, liberals – men do not and cannot get pregnant; “transmen” are biological women), so it hacks them off that men don’t have to deal with nine months of physical issues of carrying a baby plus any stress or financial responsibilities of pregnancy. I realize that.
But you know comparing a guy’s inability to get an erection without medication is not comparable to a woman allowing the murder of her unborn child that she conceived via consensual sex because she can’t be bothered to spend nine months carrying the baby to term.
Bette Midler has vented her fury over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, suggesting they should also ban Viagra because it’s ‘God’s will’ for men to have a ‘limp d***’.
The actress, 76, took aim at the justices whose decision allowed individual states to decide whether to make abortion illegal.
The Hocus Pocus star posted: ‘Time to ban Viagra. Because if pregnancy is “God’s will”, then so is your limp d***.’
by Libs Of Tik Tok, July 1, 2022
20-year-old Mikeal Archambault was arrested on Saturday after a tweet threatening to kill everybody in the Supreme Court went viral. The threat appears to have been made in response to the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
“I’m finna kill everyone in the SUPREME COURT with my ak47,” read the now-deleted June 24th tweet. The tweet was made just hours after Roe was overturned.
This post will be edited after publication to add more examples later
Related Posts On This Blog:
(Link): Federalist Magazine Staff Annoyed that Other Outlets Publish the Down Side of Motherhood and Are Requesting Sunny Motherhood Propaganda Pieces – As If Conservatives Haven’t Pushed for Motherhood Enough? The Mind Boggles
(Link): I’m a Virgin, So Why Am I Being Slut-Shamed? by Ashley Iaconetti
(Link): Why Are Young People Having So Little Sex? America is in a Sex Recession – by K. Jullian – via The Atlantic
— — —