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Protesters for Abortion Rights Break Up a Supreme Court Hearing
Wednesday’s Supreme Court argument was briefly interrupted by pro-abortion demonstrators, who were then calmly led out of the courtroom. Shortly after a lawyer speaking to the court in a banking regulation matter unrelated to abortion started his argument, three audience members rose up.
One of the protesters remarked, “Our right to choose will not be taken away.” Vote, American women. Daniel Geyser swiftly continued his argument at the lectern facing the bench when Chief Justice John Roberts and other court participants remained silent.
The talking notion that two Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn Roe v. Wade “lied” in some way during their confirmation hearings has been repeated by prominent Democrats and their media allies.
Officers from the court police acted swiftly to remove the demonstrators, who voluntarily left without additional disturbance.
Later, according to the court’s Public Information Office, the three people were detained and accused of breaking Regulation 5 and Title 40 USC 6134, which forbids using “loud, threatening, or abusive language in the Supreme Court Building.”
The three were also accused of breaking 18 USC 1507, which forbids protesting “with the intent to interfere with the administration of justice or with the aim to influence a judge in the exercise of his or her duties,” according to the prosecutor’s office.
Obama goes to Tiktok with a “painful” message to get out the vote. According to officials, the protestors were being processed in court and would be taken to the Central Cell Block of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department.
The demonstration followed the so-called Dobbs ruling from the Supreme Court, which in June invalidated the constitutional right to abortion on demand nationally. Weeks of demonstrations and protests outside the court and at the residences of individual justices followed that decision.
Pro-choice demonstrators hold a “vigil” for Roe v. Wade by marching to the houses of Justices Kavanaugh and Roberts. When the new term of the court started last month, the courtroom was once again available to the public for oral arguments.
Prior to the midterm elections, Democrats committed the “strategic blunder” of emphasizing abortion. Since the abortion judgment was made public, this protest interruption within the facility is the first of its kind. Sunday’s current anchor is Shannon Bream. She began working for the network in 2007 as a Supreme Court correspondent located in Washington, D.C. The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak: Lessons on Faith from Nine Biblical Families is her most recent book.
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