Left-Wing Pro-Life Activists: ‘We Dance on the Grave of Roe v. Wade

Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) activists issued a statement following a court ruling dismissing Roe and reinstating the legal rules and regulations of abortion, saying “The days of massive abortions for neglected communities will end.” The PAAU distinguishes itself from other life-support organizations because many of its members argue that it can support life while adhering to the left-wing principles.

“Today we dance at the grave of Roe v. Wade. “Humanity is now at the threshold of justice for the 60 million unborn victims of government-sanctioned, eugenic, and profit-driven killings,” PAAU founder and self-proclaimed atheist Terrisa Bukovinac said in a statement.

“All people are guaranteed equal protection under the law as enshrined in Amendment 14, which includes LGBTQ + and BIPOC people, and those who will be born. We want the current constitutional law to apply to all 50 provinces, from now on, ”Bukovinac said.

PAAU Director of Activism Lauren Handy said “the decision is a start.” Handy says:

Tomorrow, we begin the task of overturning obsolete abortions that harm parents and children. Help in all state capitols. In areas where abortion is no longer legal, we will also reduce our efforts to support at-risk parents and families by helping each other. And we will be at the forefront of the fight in the blue provinces: those who continue to stand up for the rights of the weak in society. This is a day of remembrance for the anti-abortion activists and we are not going back.

Bukovinac and Handy, along with other PAAU members, have been protesting outside the Supreme Court and other D.C. buildings for weeks. – first after discovering the remains of an estimated 115 aborted babies outside an abortion clinic in D.C., and then an unknown source leaked outline in the Dobbs case in May.

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