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Protests ERUPT After Supreme Court Opinion of Overturning Abortion Is Leaked

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Liberals around the country are going ballistic right now after a leaked draft opinion of overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked from the Supreme Court.

Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion which aimed to overturn Roe v. Wade’s ruling was mysteriously leaked and as a result, hundreds of abortion advocates have hit the streets of Washington DC.

Most of the protests have occurred outside of the Supreme Court and as a result, barriers have been placed up.

On the flip side, pro-life advocates have also shown up to the Supreme Court to show their support for the draft.

Take a look at some of the scenes from the protests:


The Hill didn’t stay silent, check out what they reported:

Anti-abortion and abortion rights protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court on Monday night after a report was published showing a draft of Justice Samuel Alito’s majority opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

Politico obtained a copy of the draft majority opinion in an unprecedented leak for the U.S.’s highest court. Alito’s opinion called the decision in the landmark abortion rights case “egregiously wrong.”

Soon after the report was published, barriers were erected outside the Supreme Court and hundreds gathered in protest.

Videos circulating online show pro-abortion rights advocates with signs supporting Planned Parenthood and chanting for abortion rights.

“The first line in the draft is that this is a moral issue. If it’s a moral issue, you shouldn’t be depriving us of our choice,” protester Annie McDonnell, a student at George Washington University, told Reuters.

Anti-abortion advocates also turned out in smaller numbers and were seen praying and chanting for the end of abortion with signs declaring themselves “pro-life.”

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