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WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) — As the United States Supreme Court again delayed its ruling on Roe v. Wade, pro-life witnesses bore the brunt of abortion advocates’ rage.

This morning, pro-lifers gathering at the U.S. Supreme Court in anticipation of the decision which could overturn Roe v. Wade were met with verbal abuse and grotesque scenes as pro-abortion activists continued to defend the culture of death.  

“As this little video shows, pro-lifers are getting far more media attention than the pro-abort communists,” LifeSite’s Doug Mainwaring tweeted. 

As pro-abortion activists became increasingly aggressive, Capitol police stepped in to separate them from the pro-life groups.  

Police also arrested a pro-abortion protestor who chained herself to the Supreme Court fence before hurling vile insults at pro-lifers.  

One pro-abortion activist also targeted  the pro-life group Students for Life, screaming, “Suck my d***, b***.” The female protestor then shouted what sounded like, “You will not take my right away! I will always get an abortion! I’ll go in a back alley and will f***ing die!”  

One woman shouted that onlookers should keep their religion out of her birth canal.

In contrast, pro-lifers remained calm and cheerful despite the insults and vulgarities shouted at them.   

While the draft of a majority opinion which could overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked over a month ago, the Supreme Court has yet to publish the draft.  

Should it prove to be the Supreme Court’s final decision, its ramifications will be dramatic. More than 20 states currently have laws on the books that would effectively ban abortion within their borders upon Roe’s fall, from pre-Roe abortion bans that went unenforced to “trigger laws” designed to take effect once Roe v. Wade is overturned. In those states, abortion would become illegal as soon as the ruling is issued. 

Meanwhile, pro-abortion violence is increasing across America as over 20 pregnancy centers have been attacked since the leaked report in May.