Americans from all walks of life stood outside the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday during the oral arguments in a major case about the constitutionality of Supreme Court doctrine forcing all states to allow the destruction of human life inside a mother’s womb.
Here are some pictures and comments from the event.
The mood among the pro-life crowd was exited and positive. The pro-abortion speakers were angry and their clearly outnumbered activists were outnumbered by prolifers.
One item we noticed: the mainstream media showed up as soon as we started having male speakers, and were largely absent when women were speaking — women were the bulk of the speakers.
A contingent of pro-life demonstrators proclaimed themselves as “queer,” “Latina,” “feminists” who support life.
A representative from Sisters for Life commented from the podium: “We pray for the end of Roe v. Wade, which is the real war against women!”
African-American podcaster Gloria Purvis also spoke, telling those assembled: “We must empower women and promote life. This is not just financial… but a whole new way of thinking… in society and the church.”
Planned Parenthood whistleblower Maya Rodriquez told the crowd, “The last time I stood here, I was standing with Cecil Richards fighting for Planned Parenthood.”