Outside of the Supreme Court on Thursday, pro-abortion activists called for massive unrest and protests in streets across the country, as well as the end of capitalism if Roe v Wade is overturned.
In footage captured by Turning Point USA contributor Drew Hernandez, one woman was heard yelling for protestors to "be loud" and "disruptive" if the court ultimately decides against Roe v Wade in the coming weeks.
"Get in the god d*mn streets and be loud, be disruptive, stand in traffic if you can, cause commotion, because we can stop this, we can," she shouted.
The woman, who was out protesting with Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights, the group that is currently sleeping outside of the court, demanded that the United Nations get involved with the pending Supreme Court decision.
"I am appalled that the United Nations is not calling out the United States Supreme Court for being illegitimate," she said. "We have had this right for 50 years, and we will continue to fight for it if they take it away."
The woman stated that they will continue to fight for abortion access, and that "we will be by the millions in the streets until they know that we will not follow the rest of their laws if they do not keep this rights with us."
Another woman told the crowd that "people will die" if Roe v Wade is overturned.
"We are here because we know about what will happen when you ban abortion, the legal precedent — the realization is that women will die," she said, later adding that "people will die."
"This is not about babies, this is about controlling women," she added. "Even if it were about babies, the reality is that the morality of abortion does mot matter."
In another clip captured by Hernandez, one activist leader was seen reportedly "coaching" young girls on what to say to the crowd.
"DC Abortion activist leader appears to be coaching young girls as young as 15 what to say and chant at a Pro Abortion Protest outside of the Supreme Court," Hernandez wrote on Twitter.
One woman was seen giving teen girls the microphone, telling one of the girls to say, "my body, my choice, just do it."
The girl complies, and yells the chant to the crowd. The woman asks her to say it once again after whispering something in her ear, which she does.
The woman hands the microphone off to another teen, who said "I am 15 years old, and I am out here in DC today from New York City, and it took a lot to convince my parents to let me come here."
"But this is so important, because what kind of future am I working towards if I don’t have autonomy over my own f*cking body?" She continued, urging everyone to "get the f*ck out here."
When the girl attempts to hand the microphone back to the woman, who is wearing a shirt that reads "forced motherhood is female enslavement," she is seen saying something unheard to the girl, adding "tell them, tell them."
The girl continued on to say how it is "powerful and empowering for her to be out here," before stumbling and looking back at the woman.
That same woman was seen in another clip stating that "we need to get rid of this system at its core."
"We need to get organized for a revolution. We need to bring it down," she said.
She continued on to say that a "vision of a new society" has been developed in which "women’s fundamental right to control their own bodies is foundational."
"We can live in that world, where white supremacy is being uprooted, and the police don’t terrorize and shoot down and murder black people in slip seconds before asking a single question
She continued on to say that they can get to a world where the planet is being "destroyed" by systems of "capitalism and imperialism and their wars.
The statement made in front of the Supreme Court come as the pro-abortion militant group Jane’s Revenge issued a statement saying that their 30 days of patience and mercy have come to an end.
"Your thirty days expired yesterday," they said in an open letter. "We offered an honourable way out. You could have walked away. Now the leash is off. And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue."
"We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack. We are versatile, we are mercurial, and we answer to no one but ourselves. We promised to take increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures. Rest assured that we will, and those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire and graffiti," they continued.
The group said that any "anti-choice group who closes their doors, and stops operating will no longer be a target," but warned that if these clinics continue operating, "it’s open season, and we know where your operations are."