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Pro-life, pro-abortion crowds clash outside Supreme Court over Roe leak

Pro-life and pro-abortion activists rallied outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning following a bombshell report that revealed the court could potentially overturn Roe vs. Wade.

On Monday night, Politico released a purported decision apparently authored by Judge Samuel Alito and released throughout the Court on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Case. The case revolves around Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban and is the 1973 Court’s biggest challenge in decades Roe vs. Wade decision, which declared that abortion was protected by the US Constitution. Someone reportedly leaked the project to Politico – an action seen by many as an “original sin of judicial ethics” and “one of the biggest security breaches in the court’s history”.

Pro-life activists including Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) gathered at the Supreme Court on Monday evening and Tuesday morning, saying they were “reacting with cautious optimism to news that a majority of the Court supreme might cancel deer and Caseylandmark decisions that legalized abortion in the United States,” the group said in a statement.

Students for Life was also present. The group’s chairman, Kristan Hawkins, said that while the validity of the report is not yet fully known, “the end deer is the right decision.

“Ending human life before birth is and always has been a miscarriage of justice. The court cannot allow the bullying tactics of the left combined with the threat of chaos caused by an unprecedented leak to change the course – the end of deer“Hawkins tweeted.

Notably, fence barricades were erected around the Supreme Court on Monday night after an alleged draft leaked – likely a response to a potential backlash from radical pro-abortion protesters.

Katherine Hamilton is a political reporter for Breitbart News. You can follow her on Twitter.


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