August 8, 2022

As soon as the U.S. Supreme Court docket launched the ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and with it federal safety for abortions nationwide, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, (R-Ga.), took to Twitter to match the eruption of pro-abortion protests to the Jan. 6 rebellion.

Greene included in her tweet a video of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, (D-N.Y.), standing with protesters. She accused AOC of beginning an rebellion and mentioned that the “violence and rioting” of pro-abortion protesters will probably be “a direct results of Democrat marching orders.”

The Supreme Court docket’s resolution to overturn Roe v. Wade sparked protests in cities throughout the U.S. These cities included New York Metropolis, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Houston, Nashville, Kansas Metropolis, Topeka, and Tallahassee. Protests additionally occurred in Miami, Oklahoma, Boise, New Orleans, Detroit, and Phoenix. In Phoenix, regulation enforcement met the protesters with tear gasoline according to footage from the scene. Overseas, solidarity protests occurred in London and Berlin, in response to The Guardian.

On her approach out of Congress Friday, Greene confronted heckling from a few of these pro-abortion protesters.

In line with The Hill, she responded to the Supreme Court docket’s ruling with “I believe we now have to fret in regards to the radical left  . . . They’ll carry out an rebellion right here on the Supreme Court docket.”

“Ruth Despatched Us is a home terrorist group, and so is Jane’s Revenge,” she added. “Anybody who’s supporting abortion is supporting them.”

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Ocasio-Cortez was fast to reply with a dig at Greene about her alleged try to hunt a pardon from then-President Donald Trump for her alleged position within the Jan. 6 rebellion. The Jan. 6 committee continues to be investigating the position of many Representatives and Senators within the rebellion on the Capitol. 

Ocasio-Cortez additionally identified how a protest will not be akin to an rebellion as a result of it “will not be obstruction of Congress nor an try to overturn democracy.”

Missouri on Friday grew to become the primary state to impose a ban on abortions after the Supreme Court docket overturned Roe Photograph: AFP / ANGELA WEISS

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