Roe v. Wade Overturn Sparks Outrage From AOC

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"IMG_4000" by Matt Johnson

After the US Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision, sending abortion to the state level, the liberals did not take it lightly. The ringleader herself, Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, even called for moving around these bans.

More specifically, she posted dozens of infographics on her social media, describing the multitude of ways a woman can gain access to abortion pills in red states that banned the procedure.

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In an effort to spice up her absurd idea, she claimed states may even resort to tracking individuals through digital surveillance, hinting at the idea that the Roe v. Wade overturn will end up raising a series of privacy concerns.

AOC then went on to push half a dozen liberal infographics related to abortions.

One of them even urged women to lie about their pregnancies, assuring the medical professionals won’t be able to tell the difference between a healthy fetus and a miscarriage.

One of her followers even asked the delusional congresswoman whether certain drugs are safe and if the purchase can be tracked.

After this, AOC provided several links to websites where the drugs can be obtained, calling the option “Plan C,” as it effectively murders an unborn child up to 11 weeks old.

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Aside from outright promoting child murder, which took decades to return to its belonging legality status, AOC linked her followers to an Indian pharmacy that would gladly ship these drugs to them, at the cheap price of $110.

We’ve come to the point where a human life costs a little over $100.

Meanwhile, AOC is willing to lead an army of “woke” liberals against a court that decided that unborn children deserve a chance at life as much as any single one of the rest of us do.

Despite the risk of prosecution, due to the fact that abortions have been illegalized in many red states, AOC called on women to abuse fake e-mail accounts and debit cards that are prepaid to procure these wretched drugs.

Naturally, her right-leaning followers weren’t pleased with how she was promoting criminal activity. Some of them immediately accused her of deliberately posting content that helps people circumvent the abortion ban.

Instead of a reasonable response, as one would expect from a government official such as herself, AOC simply replied with “Yeah, and?”

She solidified the notion that she’s far from ever being competent enough to manage her responsibilities.


Considering it’s AOC we’re talking about, this development came as no surprise. Some would even argue they’d expected a much more radical response from her, albeit leading women into criminal activity is only something a liberal of her stature could manage.