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ROE RIOTS INCOMING: Authorities Issue Stark Summer Warning

The following article, ROE RIOTS INCOMING: Authorities Issue Stark Summer Warning, was first published on Flag And Cross.

Another summer of violence could be coming to the United States, this time sparked by an impending Supreme Court decision regarding a state’s right to choose.

Where previous incarnations of liberal summer scuffles were largely based around the racial tension our nation felt in the wake of George Floyd’s death, this year’s ruckus could be a direct result of a decision by SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade and allow individual states to decide whether or not abortion will be legal within their boundaries.

The possibility is so high that law enforcement officials are issuing bulletins to this effect.

Law enforcement authorities across the country are preparing for the possibility of violence and civil unrest in reaction to the impending Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, according to intelligence bulletins and other internal reports obtained by Yahoo News.

Authorities are on alert for fallout from the ruling, according to law enforcement documents and interviews with government officials tracking the potential threats. A February situational awareness bulletin produced by the Colorado Information Analysis Center warns that challenges to Roe v. Wade, specifically the Mississippi case that could lead to Roe’s reversal, may inspire civil unrest and violent incidents.

The Feb. 18 bulletin is dated days after the draft opinion dated Feb. 10 suggesting that the Supreme Court plans to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. The leaked opinion, published Monday evening by Politico, sparked protests across the U.S. on Tuesday, including a violent clash between police and protesters in Los Angeles.

The bulletin also made a not-so-subtle nod to the violent liberal provocateurs of Antifa.

Another concern, the bulletin notes, is that abortion-related protests or counterprotests could attract other types of violent extremists “with motives unrelated to abortion, including groups or individuals interested in attacking large crowds.”

Some pro-abortion protests have already turned violent this week, including clashes in Los Angeles just days ago.

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Then put a stop to them wherever and whenever they start. Rioting is not protected 1st amendment speech. You have the right to PEACEABLY assemble to petition the government for redress of grievances you do not have the right to damage property and/or assault people because you don’t get your way.


Law Enforcement MUST NOT FAIL AMERICA, as BADLY as they and their leadership have done during the ANTIFA/BLM RIOTS over the past 2 years.

GET PREPARED and TAKE SWIFT, FORCEFUL ACTION against the LIBERAL THUGS who will be RIOTING the Roe v Wade ruling!

RockyMtn 1776
RockyMtn 1776

Another Jan. 6th? You can bet the media won’t roll it out the same.

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