Riots Break Out After Supreme Court Ruling

As predicted, chaos erupted soon after the Supreme Court issued its landmark reversal of Roe v. Wade.

Also, as suspected, the Supreme Court was the primary target of that anger.

Among other groups, ANTIFA arrived on scene with chants of “burn it down.”

Chaos Erupts

We knew there would be trouble when the Dobbs v. Jackson opinion was announced.

I had even texted a friend… “Forget about going out tonight, the streets will be on fire.”

It is rather disturbing in a decision that protects lives, violence and anger have erupted around this country.

Demonstrators in DC were chanting, “If we don’t get it, burn it down.

“Every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground.”

Pro-life organizations and churches have found themselves under attack by these radical leftists.

American flags were burning in the streets of DC, eerily reminiscent of the violence that erupted after the George Floyd death.

Make no mistake about it, the liberal horde is angry and looking for a reason to turn violent, and they just got it.

I honestly never believed Roe v. Wade would be overturned.

I thought lawmakers would find some middle ground on this issue, but that never happened, and the Supreme Court stiffened up and turned over a faulty precedent.

Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg agreed on that much.

The liberal horde did not get its way… and now the country will pay in violence.

Sadly, most Democrats will not try to quell the violence, but only add to it, as we have already seen with numerous congressional members.

This is a huge win for conservatives and our Constitution, but it will come at a cost.

There is not a single conservative or Supreme Court justice that is safe… we all need to watch our backs now.

Source: Fox News


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