Thousands of pro-life demonstrators have been gathering outside the Supreme Court while deliberations continue in the major Mississippi abortion law case.
Among the huge crowds of protesters is a contingent of 1,000 students from Liberty University.
Dueling protests have taken place while the Supreme Court considers a case which has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade, which has been a dream of the pro-life movement for decades now.
Leftist protesters outnumbered by pro-life rally
There has been a noticeable distinction between the leftist cretins with their vulgar pro-abortion signs and chants and the pro-life students with their largely positive messaging.
The distinction is partly inherent but the case being considered by the Supreme Court certainly isn’t helping. Liberals have been in a state of panic about this specific case since Ruth Bader Ginsberg died last year.
As soon as Donald Trump won the 2016 election, in fact, both sides immediately began to consider the possibility of a court with a strong enough conservative majority to dismantle Roe v. Wade.
The possibility has been so anxiety-inducing that Democrats have given very serious consideration to the idea of packing the court, an act which would permanently destroy the institution.
If the conservative justices agree to overturn Roe v. Wade nearly half of the country would be poised to enact abortion bans through state legislatures.
Leftist protesters put on a deranged performance in front of the Supreme Court building, where they had support from the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and Shout Your Abortion.
So excited to see over 1000 students from Liberty University coming to the Supreme Court to embrace life! #ProLife @SBAList @StudentsforLife @LifeNewsHQ @AbbyJohnson @mercedesschlapp @LiveAction @DrMichaelLBrown #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/oWGI0d7y3r
— Rev. Patrick Mahoney (@revmahoney) December 1, 2021
Supreme Court reconsiders Roe v. Wade
Pro-abortion demonstrators outside the Supreme Court reportedly complained that they were being drowned out by a larger contingent of pro-life activists.
The Liberty University delegation contributed much of that outnumbering force, which has also had the support of some leading Republican members of Congress.
They seem thus far to have plenty of cause for optimism; Chief Justice John Roberts joined the more conservative justices with an argument that implied that he was leaning in their direction.
Roberts pointed out that America has some of the most extreme abortion laws in the world, more comparable to China and North Korea than to most of Europe.
As if to emphasize the extremist nature of the American pro-abortion movement and prove Roberts’ point, Obama appointee Sonia Sotomayor made the horrific claim that the ability to feel pain does not imply life, an argument which is repugnant to both science and religion.
No doubt the pro-abortion voices outside will get even more shrill as the Supreme Court approaches a decision. Hopefully the pro-life students will continue to drown out their vitriol.