Must See: The Pro-Abortion Protesters Are Not Very Smart, This Ridiculous Claim Proves It

By Rachel Morris | Saturday, 14 May 2022 14:00
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A protester marching outside of Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s house argued the Supreme Court justice’s thoughts on abortion may be affected by her lack of experience with pregnancy and birthing.

Justice Barrett, 50, is a mother of five biological children and two adopted children.

The remarks from the demonstrator come the day before the Supreme Court justices are due to gather for their first scheduled meeting since the leak of a draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

The protester was one of seven marching outside of Barrett’s house in Falls Church, Virginia, clad in costumes referencing Margaret Atwood’s novel “The Handmaid’s Tale,” in which women are pushed to be impregnated and give birth against their will.

Speaking to a photographer, the woman argued Barrett’s opinions on abortion could be affected because she is an adoptive mother and doesn’t know what it’s like to be pregnant.

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“It’s also possible that the fact that she’s an adoptive mother is influencing her inability to see what it’s like to carry a pregnancy to term,” the protester announced in footage obtained by Fox News Digital.

“Well she’s had five kids by herself,” the photographer responds.

Holding up her hands, the demonstrator pauses before changing tact.

“Not everybody wants to have five kids, or four kids, or one kid.”

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Her handmaid bonnet flipped off her head soon after, before she snatched it back into place.

A different protester, holding a sign that stated “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries,” announced that she had no problem with religion, yet that faith should not influence the law in America.

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“We have no problem with Catholicism,” she announced, “However, in this country, there’s a separation of church and state. So somebody’s religion, no matter what that might be, cannot dictate how they carry out their job as a public official.”

Amy Coney Barrett is a notably devout catholic.

The protesters marched in Barrett’s cul-de-sac for roughly 30 minutes before departing in their cars.

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Protestors have descended on the homes of Conservative Supreme Court justices since the leak of the draft to overturn Roe last week.

On Saturday, dozens of demonstrators assembled in the rain in DC and marched towards the homes of conservative Justices John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh.

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Pictures of coat hangers were chalked on the street outside the justices’ homes, an apparent attempt to reinforce the pro-choice argument that overturning Roe v. Wade will not put an end to abortion, yet instead will end safe abortions.

“Keep abortion safe and legal,” the pro-abortion demonstrators chanted while they stood in the streets holding candles and signs.

Others shouted: “Your life is a lie!” and "We will not go back!”

Outside Roberts’ house they yelled, "you don’t care if people die!”

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