‘Squad’ Member AOC Incites Crowd of Enraged Abortion Activists to Get ‘Into the Streets’ Over ‘Illegitimate’ SCOTUS Ruling

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Police arrived outside the Supreme Court in riot gear as left-wing protesters gathered in a crowd to express their outrage about the recent ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.

“Squad” member and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York told enraged abortion activists to get “into the streets.”

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AOC told people that the ruling is “illegitimate” and that it “endangers the lives” of “all birthing people.”

Many liberals have begun to use the term “birthing people” instead of “women” in order to dismantle the biological realities of gender and push a lie about men becoming pregnant.

The Supreme Court effectively ended the recognition of a constitutional right to abortion. This gives individual states the power to allow, limit, or ban the practice of abortion.

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“Not only should we look at expanding the Supreme Court, but I think we need to acknowledge that the Supreme Court of the United States has very few checks and balances,” AOC said. Watch the clips below:

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Ocasio-Cortez refused to acknowledge a question about condemning any violence by pro-abortion protesters that might follow the ruling.

Police were summoned to hold tempers in check as jubilant pro-life supporters marched in front of the court, as did enraged abortion advocates.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland issued a statement deploring the ruling, according to CNN.

“The Supreme Court has eliminated an established right that has been an essential component of women’s liberty for half a century — a right that has safeguarded women’s ability to participate fully and equally in society. And in renouncing this fundamental right, which it had repeatedly recognized and reaffirmed, the Court has upended the doctrine of stare decisis, a key pillar of the rule of law,” the statement said.