Antifa-linked pro-abortion group Jane's Revenge vowed to undertake a "night of rage" after the Supreme Court's ruling on allowing states to make the final call about abortion. Black bloc protesters wielding umbrellas marched through the streets of Washington, D.C.
The group chanted slogans such as, "If abortion ain’t safe, neither are you," "If we don’t get it, burn it down," "Every city, every town, burn the precinct to the ground," and "F*** the church, f*** the state, we won't let them decide our fate." The protesters burned American flags.
Footage from the protests were provided by Fox News associate producer Lisa Bennatan, Post Millennial correspondent Hannah Nighting, Washington Examiner's Matt Miller, and TPUSA contributor Drew Hernandez.
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New York City
At least 25 people were arrested in New York City during protests on Friday night. The mob targeted the News Corp building – the headquarters of Fox News. Video from Oliya Scootercaster shows vandals scrawled graffiti on the News Corp building and chanted, "Shame," and "F*** Tucker Carlson!"
Pro-abortion protesters shut down the 110 Freeway in downtown Los Angles. El American field journalist Anthony Cabassa captured the moment a vehicle drove through the blockade, and a man slams the car with a pole.
Pro-abortion activists clashed with LAPD officers. Fireworks were launched at police officers, and a man attempted to burn cops with a homemade flamethrower, Post Millennial editor Andy Ngo reported.
A pro-life woman was attacked and pepper-sprayed by Antifa, according to Post Millennial reporter Katie Daviscourt.
Journalist Jonathan Choe said he was harassed by Antifa members – who knocked his phone out of his hands while documenting the protest.
Videographer Mason Lake was reportedly assaulted by Antifa while covering the abortion protests in Portland. Before his camera was slammed out of his hands, video shows graffiti at the federal courthouse.
There was a small fire lit at the federal courthouse in Portland.