On June 24, 2020, the US Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade. Almost immediately after their decision, multiple lawmakers addressed the angry mobs of their supporters. They threatened America by warning, “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!” they called the United States Supreme Court “illegitimate,” and they told their enraged followers to go “into the streets” and to “strap on their armor.”

Daily Mail reports – Arizona’s Capitol building was besieged by pro-abortion protesters Friday night, forcing riot cops to fire tear gas to disperse the angry crowd in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

Lawmakers working to complete their 2022 session said they were effectively held hostage inside, and eventually huddled to a safe location, as SWAT team operatives worked to disperse the gathered crowds.

KPHO-TV reported the officers opened fire when several anti-abortion protesters started banging on the glass doors of the building.

AZ GOP Communications Director Kristy Dohenel tweeted that the AZ State Senate was evacuating the Capitol. She asked people to pray for their safety:


A far-left group based in AZ tweeted a video of police shooting tear gas into the crowd to break them up and move them away from the Capitol.

The Left immediately attempted to downplay the violence from last night. Conservative Alex Bruesewitz, who’s been served with a subpoena by the Jan 6 Witch Hunt Committee, called out the popular Democrat personality for condoning “democrat uprisings happening across our country.”

Democrat AZ State Rep. Sarah Liguori tweeted from inside the Capitol while violent protesters attempted to breach the Capitol building, “While working inside we were interrupted by the sound of bangs and smell of tear gas. Protestors cleared from the Capitol.”

In a follow-up tweet, after a Democrat blamed the police for attempting to quell the actions of the mob, Rep Liguori said she was “sorry” she wasn’t “out there” with them.

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