On Wednesday morning, as the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson, the biggest abortion case in decades, a group of anti-life activists stood on the steps of the nation’s highest court popping life-ending abortion pills.
The activists, with the “Shout Your Abortion” campaign - which not only promotes abortion, but glorifies it – laughed while chanting "abortion pills forever!" as three presumably pregnant women threw back the meds.
While it’s not provable whether the activists were actually with child (or whether the pills they were taking were really abortion-inducing drugs or just peppermint tic-tacs), the message was clear: to the left, the death of an unwanted child is not a last resort in a difficult situation, but an empowering moment to be celebrated.
The heart-wrenching moment comes as the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments involving a 2018 Mississippi law that effectively bans abortions after 15 weeks, marking the biggest abortion case since Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992 and signaling a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade.