The Daily Populous

Saturday June 25th, 2022 morning edition

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House Democrats sang God Bless America on the Capitol steps as the chants of protesters could be heard from the Supreme Court after the decision to strike down Roe v Wade was announced.

On Friday, the 1973 landmark ruling making abortion federally legal in the US was officially struck down.

“It is almost comical how absolutely f***ing useless Democrats are at doing anything to stop the extremists bent on destroying people’s rights,” Noel Berry tweeted.

“Hey Siri, what songs did the leaders of the Weimar republic sing while Hitler was being sworn in as chancellor?”

“One of the most useless political parties to ever exist,” YouTuber Carlos Maza tweeted about the Democrats.

The militant abortion rights organisation Jane’s Revenge appeared to call for a “night of rage” ahead of the ruling.

The Women’s March Foundation said they plan to congregate at City Hall in LA, wearing red, at 5pm. »

A Post-Roe World?: Why Abortion Battles in America Won’t Halt Reform Abroad

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The 1973 case was a landmark in allowing abortion access and served as an example to abortion advocates across the world.

Whatever the fate of Roe in the United States, other countries will decide their own abortion policies as they see fit.

Allowing abortion in limited circumstances gained broader public support across Europe when rates of abortion increased in the 1930s during the Great Depression. »

French President Macron: abortion is a fundamental right for women

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PARIS, June 24 (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that abortion was a fundamental right for women, as he reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court decision earlierto overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion.

"Abortion is a fundamental right for all women.

I would like to express my solidarity with all those women whose freedoms have today been compromised by the U.S. Supreme Court," wrote Macron on his Twitter account. »