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Hundreds of pro-abortion activists gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to rally with the Ladies’s March following the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
The Every day Sign spoke with many attendees concerning the post-Dobbs panorama, asking whether or not attendees assist any restrictions on abortion. Many of the Ladies’s Marchers that The Every day Sign spoke with stated that they didn’t assist a single restriction on abortion, even when the unborn child may really feel ache or was in a position to survive exterior the womb.
One Ladies’s Marcher acknowledged that “having abortion banned signifies that…now I’ve to be extra cautious when I’ve intercourse.”
A number of activists who routinely protest exterior the houses of the Supreme Courtroom justices additionally attended the occasion — activists whose unlawful protesting I had uncovered in a report for The Every day Wire over the summer time. Each Maryland and Virginia regulation prohibits picketing on the residence of a person to disrupt or threaten to disrupt that particular person’s “tranquility in his residence.” Federal regulation additionally prohibits such conduct.
We noticed a few of these activists (together with Nadine Seiler) harassing pro-life activists who attended the march. The professional-abortion demonstrators repeatedly screamed on the pro-life activists, loudly blared megaphones proper into their ears, and trampled on their pro-life banner.
A few of these Supreme Courtroom activists acknowledged me from my protection of their demonstrations and proceeded to harass myself and my video producer till we left the Ladies’s March, screaming and swearing at us, shoving their fingers in entrance of our cameras, ringing bells in our faces and yelling into our ears with megaphones.
One activist repeatedly blew right into a whistle so vigorously, and so near my face, that her saliva landed throughout my face.
“Sucks when that occurs, doesn’t it,” shrieked activist Sadie Kuhns, as she adopted us to the police line. Kuhns additionally accused me of doxxing her by my protection, which illustrates how she herself continuously posts about her actions on the houses of the justices.
“Bye b—-!” the activists screamed once we departed.
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