Multiple protesters were reportedly arrested outside of the Supreme Court Tuesday while waiting for the final decision involving Roe v. Wade.
Dozens of videos were shared online of protesters chanting and carrying signs outside the court.
Daily Wire reporter Mary Margaret Olohan tweeted “Antsy morning at the Supreme Court. Bunch of activists arrested already”.
She also shared a video of different activists shouting and waving flags. “This video gives a good sense of the vibe here at SCOTUS on this opinion morning,” she said.
One woman could be heard chanting “my body, my choice” near a sign reading “keep your religion out of my vagina”.
There also appeared to be a small group of pro-life activists chanting “hey hey, ho ho, Roe v. Wade has got to go” and carrying signs that said “protection at conception”.
Daily Signal reporter Douglas Blair tweeted “extremely aggressive protesters in full force today,” noting that “there have been at least five arrests”.
The country is currently waiting for the Supreme Court to release an opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization.
Pro-abortion protesters have been spreading flyers around D.C. threatening a “night or rage” and riots should the court overturn Roe.
The viral group Jane’s Revenge has recently targeted several pro-life organizations and pregnancy centers across the country.