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Women ‘Twerking for Abortions’ as Roe v.  Wade is canceled


Pro-abortion protesters twerking to music Friday at a rally in Dallas, Texas, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade.

Video footage showed the group twerking and dancing to loud music, while a woman held up a sign that read: ‘I am ruthless for my rights’:

Social media users voiced their opinion on the scene, one person writing“They think that’s how you get pregnant, maybe?”

“Classic…..I can’t imagine why not everyone takes them seriously,” another commented.

Additional video footage show more protesters in Dallas:

The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade Friday and held in the Dobbs case that the Constitution does not provide for the right to abortion, leaving the matter to the states, Breitbart News reported:

deer was rendered in 1973 in a 7-2 decision, asserting that the US Constitution includes a constitutional right to abortion, despite the fact that abortion is not found in the text, structure, or history of the Constitution , and the nation went more than 180 years without ever noticing that it existed. It has been one of the most contentious legal issues in American history.

“With deer overturned, the abortion issue now falls to the states to enact the restrictions on abortions that voters in each state choose to enact,” the outlet said.

Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton declared annual leave following the court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade Friday.

“SCOTUS has just canceled Roe & Casey, ending one of the most morally and legally corrupt eras in United States history. Praise the Lord,” Paxton wrote in a social media post:

“Abortion is now illegal in Texas. And today I am closing my office – and making it a holiday – in memory of the 70 million lives lost before abortion,” he concluded.




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