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Pro-Choice Activists Go After Amy Coney Barrett – They Cross Way Over The Line, Bringing Dolls And Blood

Pro-Choice activists have been trying to coerce Supreme Court justices to change their upcoming verdict on Roe v. Wade.

Despite it possibly being a violation of federal law, these activists have protested outside the homes of these conservative justices. And one group of pro-choice women went too far.

From Fox News:

Pro-choice protesters congregated outside Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Virginia home on Saturday, dressed in clothing appearing to be soaked with blood and holding baby doll toys.

“Abortion on demand and without apology,” signs held by members of the group Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights read on Saturday as they stood outside Barrett’s home in Falls Church.

Wow. If anyone needs to wonder which is the “right” side of this debate, keep one thing in mind.

Only one group is soaking themselves in blood and carrying bloody baby dolls around.

A group of pro-choice activists, trying to intimidate Justice Barret, protested outside her home. They were covered in blood and carried around bloody baby dolls.

Um… is this for or against abortion? I’m not quite sure, because abortionists always claim they are not killing unborn babies.

So, why are these pro-choice activists carrying around baby dolls and are covered in blood? Unless they are admitting they agree with pro-life advocates that abortion is murder?

Getting your wires crossed, ladies! These kinds of intimidation tactics have been going on since someone leaked a draft opinion.

Democrats have urged Pro-choice activists to “pressure” the court into changing its ultimate decision. According to federal law, that is a crime.

One unwell man even arrived outside Justice Kavanaugh’s home armed with weapons. How far will this go, so that leftists can protect this practice?

And why is Chief Justice Roberts delaying the final ruling—letting this nonsense go on longer than it needs to?

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