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American News May 5, 2022 1:43 AM EST

WATCH: Pro-abortion activists call for violence amid SCOTUS Roe v. Wade draft leak

"If they (SCOTUS) actually do this, yeah, that would be the time where rioting would be okay. I got the pitchforks, you get the gas and the torches," a male activist said.

WATCH: Pro-abortion activists call for violence amid SCOTUS Roe v. Wade draft leak
Katie Daviscourt Seattle, WA

Tucker Carlson aired a video montage during a segment on Fox News Wednesday, which showed pro-abortion activists calling for violence and civil unrest amid the criminal draft leak of the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Activists called for riots and to "burn it all to the ground" in a video originally posted to the Libs of Tik Tok's Twitter account.

"If they (SCOTUS) actually do this, yeah, that would be the time where rioting would be okay. I got the pitchforks, you get the gas and the torches," a male activist said.

Another activist added, "Do you ever wake up in the morning and think you just want to burn it all to the ground. And what I mean by burning it all to the ground is those old white men–and the women who support them–who want to tell me what to do with my body."

In more clips featured in the montage, a pro-abortion activist called for "mayhem in the streets" and another said, "There's only one solution to all of this because it's all interconnected. Starts V, ends with E, and it's not vote."

Following the Roe v. Wade draft leak Monday evening, mass protests occurred throughout the US on Tuesday after democrat politicians called for activists to "take it to the streets."

In Los Angeles, the protest quickly turned violent, and the Los Angeles Police Department declared a citywide tactical alert.

Videos posted to social media showed scenes of violence as rioters began to attack law enforcement officers attempting to control the crowd. A mob attacked LAPD officers that were trying to make an arrest and black bloc Antifa members smashed windows to a DHS vehicle.

In Portland, Oregon, protesters including members of black bloc Antifa committed criminal acts after gathering downtown to protest the High Court's draft decision.

According to the Portland Police Bureau, "A group gathered in the downtown area and marched at various times. During the marches, some participants committed acts of vandalism, including graffiti and broken windows that damaged government buildings, coffee shops, and others (photos). Some burning material and incendiary devices were thrown at the Mark O. Hatfield US Courthouse, but it's unknown if any damage was caused."

Luke S. Anderson, 31, was arrested and booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of Reckless Burning and Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree.

In Seattle, Washington, thousands showed up to protest in the heart of downtown at Westlake where there was a march organized by Socialist City Council member Kshama Sawant. Antifa groups also announced they would in attendance and utilized Twitter to organize efforts.

A videographer with KOMO News had his camera smashed by Antifa as the group convened at Cal Anderson Park, famously known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ). Aside from that, the Seattle Police Department reported no further criminal acts.

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