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‘Get the f*** off me’: Moment agents smack down abortion rights activist protesting Biden motorcade

This is the violent moment when a pro-choice activist is wrestled to the ground by Secret Service agents while yelling at President Biden’s motorcade in LA.

The young woman took to the road on Wednesday as the row of presidential vehicles moved through downtown Los Angeles.

She heard messages shouted through a megaphone in favor of abortion rights.

The young woman was seen yelling at the boulevard in downtown LA

The young woman was seen yelling at the boulevard in downtown LA

The young woman was grabbed in the street by Secret Service agents before being thrown

The young woman was grabbed in the street by Secret Service agents before being thrown

But before the activist could finish a sentence, a Secret Service agent in a police coat grabbed her and threw her on the street.

America’s abortion gap was fueled again by last month’s leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that it will quash the landmark Roe v Wade abortion ruling.

On the 5-4 vote, five of the six Republican-appointed judges sided with Mississippi in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case.

Mississippi asked the court to lower the abortion limit to 15 weeks before requesting the scuttling of that protection, granted by Roe v Wade, in its entirety.

The woman was violently thrown into the road when she shouted pro-choice slogans yesterday

The woman was violently thrown into the road when she shouted pro-choice slogans yesterday

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After a brief struggle, she was handcuffed and arrested screaming, “Get the f*** off me!”

The young protester appeared to have been radicalized by that news, wrestling with the officer and ripping off his hat and glasses.

Another officer came by and held her.

The woman was then handcuffed and arrested.

She was heard to say, ‘An abortion ban won’t stop abortions—just safe ones.

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It took a second Secret Service agent to hold her as she tore the first’s glasses

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The second cop who came by then leaned on her as her short campaign came to an end

“Get the f*** off me!”

Anthony Guglielmi, Secret Service communications chief, said: Shortly after 5 p.m., an adult woman entered a restricted lane along a motorcade route at Chick Hearn Ct in Los Angeles.

“As the woman approached passing vehicles, a US Secret Service agent quickly pulled her off the road and placed her in custody.

“There was no impact on the motorcade movement or our security guards. Our investigation into this incident is still ongoing.’

The Biden administration is in favor of abortion rights as the Supreme Court is reportedly considering overturning Roe v Wade.

The landmark court ruling of 1973 legalized abortions across America, but is now reportedly under threat.

Republican-appointed Judges Thomas, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett all voted to take Roe down with Samuel Alito, Politico claimed via the explosive leaked opinion draft

Republican-appointed Judges Thomas, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett all voted to take Roe down with Samuel Alito, Politico claimed via the explosive leaked opinion draft

The Beginning of the Original Leaked Draft Opinion of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito

The Beginning of the Original Leaked Draft Opinion of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito

Biden told Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday that Democrats must “legislate” to protect women’s rights in the event that the Supreme Court overturns the ruling.

He explained: If [the court’s rumoured overturn] happens, I think we should make it legal. We’re investigating it now.

“It’s just ridiculous, in my view. I don’t think the country will take it.’

DHS warns of ‘mass violence among victims’ amid tensions over Supreme Court abortion decision

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a “heightened threat advisory” on Tuesday, warning of an increased risk of “mass victimization violence” across the country, fueled by extremist ideologies and personal beliefs.

One of the reasons is the “proliferation of false or misleading accounts of current events,” including national division over the leaked Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.

“Given a high-profile US Supreme Court case over abortion rights, individuals who advocate both for and against abortion have encouraged violence in public forums, including against government personnel and facilities, religious and reproductive health care, as well as ideologies,” the DHS said. .

“It’s going to start a mini-revolution and they’re going to vote a lot of these people out of office.”

It came when a heavily armed 26-year-old man was detained Wednesday near the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

He is said to have told authorities that he wanted to kill the conservative lawyer and then himself.

The attempted murder was identified as Nicholas John Roske of Simi Valley, California.

“Roske is said to have told detectives he was angry about the leaking of a recent Supreme Court draft decision on abortion rights and the recent shooting at a school in Uvalde, Texas,” Maryland officials said.

He was charged with the attempted murder of a US judge and faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

Growing animosity between pro-life and pro-choice factions was one of the reasons that forced the Department of Homeland Security to issue a “heightened threat advisory” for increased violent incidents caused by extremist groups and lone wolf actors.

“Given a high-profile case by the US Supreme Court on abortion rights, individuals who advocate both for and against abortion have encouraged violence in public forums, including against government personnel and facilities, religious and reproductive health care, as well as ideologies,” it said.

Earlier this week, the offices of a pro-life group were bombed and defaced with arsonists in a suburb of Buffalo, New York.

At about the same time, an abortion clinic was vandalized in North Carolina.

The first impact of the leaked memo has been peaceful demonstrations outside the Supreme Court and even outside the homes of judges — which Republican lawmakers warned could lead to violence against the lawyers themselves.

THE 26 STATES STAND UP TO CONNECT ABORTION IF ROE V. WADE IS FORMAL WRONG

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Arizona

Arkansas

Idaho

Kentucky

Louisiana

Michigan

Mississippi

Missouri

North Dakota

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Oklahoma

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Georgia, Iowa

Ohio

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