Amy Schumer Calls on Leftists to Take 'to the Streets' over Roe V Wade
Hollywood liberal claims she 'got arrested' defending abortions
Hollywood liberal Amy Schumer is calling on leftists to take "to the streets" over the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Earlier this week, a leaked opinion draft from the SCOTUS revealed justices voted to overturn the controversial abortion ruling in June.
On Tuesday, Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed that the leaked document was authentic and launched an investigation.
Schumer claimed that Roe was the reason she “got arrested” because she wanted to stop “frat f***s confirmation.”
She appeared to be referring to the protests over the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh in 2018.
During Kavanaugh's Senate hearings, Schumer staged a fake arrest outside the Supreme Court while being led to a celebrity VIP area by police officers.
The 40-year-old comedian joined a growing choir of celebrity abortion advocates freaking out about a possible change to the law.
She sent a message to Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) about choosing her “career over” women “being tested as humans” in a post she made on Instagram Tuesday.
In the message, she also slammed United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as the reason she “got arrested” when she tried to stop him from being confirmed in 2018.
“Hope you have a great day @susancollinsforsenate remember when you chose your career over womens [sic] being tested as humans and all the other a**holes who caused this,” Schumer’s post read.
“This is why I got arrested to oppose that frat f***s confirmation.”
“Give us our dignity or we will take it,” she added.
“This is why we fight. See you out there ladies. Foley square at 5.”
The “Train Wreck” star’s post included a screenshot of a note from a phone that read simply, “To The Streets.”
In 2018, Schumer was one of many stars who were reportedly arrested during a protest in Washington, D.C. over Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
At the time, The Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro mocked the comedian calling it “the best acting she’s done before a camera in years.”
Shapiro’s post included a tweet from Fox News under a headline that read, “Comedian [Amy Schumer] raises her fist after she was reportedly arrested during a protest against the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill.”
This is the best acting before the camera she’s done in years https://t.co/H7McyDh3yk— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 5, 2018
Despite Schumer's claims that she was "arrested," videos showed police officers giving her a pink wristband and escorting her to a VIP area with other celebrities.
Other celebrities having a meltdown over Roe v. Wade possibly being overturned included Amber Tamblyn, Seth MacFarlane, and more.
“Tonight our highest court declared war on more than half of its citizens – women and birthing people everywhere,” actress Tamblyn wrote.
“The overturning of Roe V Wade is a political act of violence against us and we will not accept it.
"We will fight and we will not stop. EVER.”
“As the staggeringly partisan, right wing-dominated SCOTUS nudges America closer to Handmaids Tale status, the importance of voting in EVERY election becomes even more obvious,” MacFarlane shared.
“One would hope today’s news erases any further delusions that ‘both parties are pretty much the same.'”
“Roe v Wade has been overturned,” anti-Trump "comedian" Kathy Griffin wrote.
“Yes I know. Stay in my lane.
"Well I’d love to be posting about the Met Gala but this is the only attendee I care about.
"President Hillary Clinton never would’ve let Roe be overturned.”