Pro Abortion Protesters Leave Garbage Outside SCOTUS

Liberal protesters were seen leaving their trash behind at the Supreme Court.
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Pro abortion protesters were seen leaving piles of signs and garbage outside the Supreme Court Building after weekend protests as documented by Tayler Hansen for the Next News Network.

The moment was captured on Twitter when our reporter documented the mess of signs and red paint. They were later seen bagged in a pile of trash bags.

“They left you guys to clean it all up, huh?” said Hansen.

The man says something back that you cannot hear on camera.

Our reporter responded, “Appreciate you guys.”

It’s obvious that they are pro-abortion signs by some of the messaging clearly visible from the guys cleaning up.

The day before, we documented some of the signs seen at the protest.

“I WISH MARY HAD ABORTED JESUS (she was raped too), read one of the signs.

Another read, “Cut off y’all d*ck.”

Another sign was pictured covered in red paint the day before saying threateningly, “If abortions aren’t safe neither are you!”

On Sunday, abortion protesters showed up with more threatening signs with phrases on them such as, “Since our pussy hats didn’t work, it’s time for pitchforks.”

They even had their dogs and babies out repping abortion signs. “This b*tch barks for equality,” one read.

“BABY’S 1ST PROTEST,” read the sign held by a baby.

There have been accusations that liberal protesters frequently leave behind a lot of trash after their rallies, and the video above does little to dispel that information.

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It’s interesting that the green liberals that tell everyone they should be more environmentally conscious are the ones that leave behind trash. How about they look at themselves first? Do you think that liberals practice what they preach? Let us know your thoughts.

Pro Abortion Protesters Leave Garbage Outside SCOTUS

Joel Bailey

Joel Bailey is a social commentator and writer at the Next News Network. He graduated from Fisher College in Boston, Massachusetts and was adopted from Africa. He is proof of the American dream and learned conservative values at a young age.
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