Hollywood pro-abortion activists demand end to Christianity and 'fascist' Supreme Court

Turning Point USA contributor and host of Frontlines Drew Hernandez reported from the rally as objectors to the overturning of Roe v. Wade marched down Hollywood Boulevard.


For the third weekend in a row, pro-abortion activists took to the streets of Los Angeles on Saturday, when the Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights rally took place in Hollywood, as well as other major cities across the country.

Turning Point USA contributor and host of Frontlines Drew Hernandez reported from the rally as objectors to the overturning of Roe v. Wade marched down Hollywood Boulevard. Hernandez shared shocking footage to Twitter, showing protestors waving anti-Christian signs and comparing the religion to a contagious virus.

More protestors clad in (presumably fake) blood-stained pants chanted slogans such as "We will not take your fascist sh*t," and "Abortion is a human right" as they spilled onto the streets.

"We cannot wait while this fascist movement builds momentum, and continues to decimate our individual freedoms, and continues to dismantle any safeguards we have left to access our own humanity," one speaker said on stage.

"These fascists have already declared their violent attempt for a federal nation-wide abortion ban. We cannot, and will not, wait for the election process."

House Republican leaders including Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and Ohio's Rep. Jim Jordan have said that they would back a nation-wide restriction on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, reported CNN. However, there are currently no federal bills that would ban abortion across the country.

Another speaker at the podium seemed confused, saying that abortion rights are not "just about women."

"It’s about… our trans men, our trans women, our trans non-binary folks." While those who identify as transgender men are biologically female, and could have the ability to become pregnant, transgender women are biologically male, therefore impossible to impregnate.

Other speakers hurled insults at Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, calling him an "illegitimate pig" and "fascist."

Thomas, who is currently the only black SCOTUS justice, has faced the brunt of harsh attacks since the overturn of the original Roe decision. Some pro-abortion social media users even resulted to racism, causing "Uncle Thomas," a reference to a stereotype of a black person willingly subservient to white people from Harriet Beecher Stowe's classic novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, to trend on Twitter. A left-wing pollster, John Corbett, even stooped so low as to call Justice Thomas the n-word.


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