Watch: Pro-Abortion Activists Attack Car While Blocking Freeway

Following Friday’s groundbreaking Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, violent demonstrations broke out across the country.

The Supreme Court overturned both Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, ending the federal right to abortion.

One video from journalist Andy Ngô shows agitators in Los Angeles going as far as attacking a driver on a freeway.

“Pro-abortion protesters shut down the freeway & use sticks to attack drivers who won’t stop,” Ngô wrote.

Los Angeles: Pro-abortion protesters shut down the freeway & use sticks to attack drivers who won’t stop. #RoeVWade

The demonstrators can be seen blocking traffic and attacking a car attempting to get through.

Violence of this nature was seen in many cities on Friday night, including Chicago, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C., The Daily Wire reported.

A pro-life protester was beaten up by a group of pro-abortion activists during a rally outside the Rhode Island State House, according to Boston Globe reporter Alexa Gagosz. The pro-life protester was reportedly charged with disorderly conduct.

In many other instances, pro-abortion protesters were seen harassing and even assaulting pro-life protesters.

Breaking: The young pro-life woman was viciously assaulted by a mob of masked #Antifa militants in Seattle. Earlier, another woman ran up to try & assault her with pepper spray but the weapon malfunctioned. Video by @KatieDaviscourt. pic.twitter.com/mhotM1rfAq

Seattle: A young woman and man stand with signs in support of the pro-life cause in front of a large far-left group protesting over #RoeVWade. One woman from the crowd runs up to try & pepper spray them in a surprise attack but her weapon malfunctions. pic.twitter.com/ycZ5V02Lm8

Additionally, in an event reminiscent of the Capitol incursion, a pro-abortion mob attempted to break into the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix while the state Senate was in session.

The violent response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade began even before the ruling was announced.

Months before the decision was issued, a draft majority opinion was leaked showing that the federal right to abortion was likely soon to be history.

Since then, more than 40 churches, pro-life organizations and pregnancy centers have been attacked.

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