A far-left group is calling for terror after Tuesday night’s leak of the Supreme Court of the United States’ (SCOTUS) draft opinions showing that the Court could overturn Roe v. Wade. 

After cursing SCOTUS, and particularly Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito, a group called MNUprising instructed its followers to “terrorize [their] oppressor.”

“The answer will never be voting, the answer is decolonizing the land and the womb,” the group said.

The group’s Twitter account does not share much information about the group itself, but it does say that its mission is “amplifying voices from occupied indigenous land.”

Tuesday afternoon, it shared the location and time of a protest in favor of abortion.

The group was not the first to call for violence in the wake of the leak, which shows that SCOTUS may vote to return the issue of abortion access to the states.

“Seriously, shout out to whoever the hero was within the Supreme Court who said ‘f**k it! Let’s burn this place down,'” Vox reporter Ian Millhiser said, referring to the person inside SCOTUS who leaked the draft of the decision.

An investigation is underway to identify the leaker, according to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.

“We really doing this America? We really still these church-obsessed puritanical nightmare people? We really doing this? Burn it down,” self-styled comedian Johnny Taylor Jr. said.

Author Jeanna Kadlec called for the Court to be burned down, too.

Just minutes after German-owned Politico published the leaked documents, barricades were erected outside the Court, in preparation for a violent backlash by the far left.

Meanwhile, some Minnesota politicians are fanning the flames.

“So the Republican Party supports forcing women to give birth against their will, but opposes providing childcare, paid leave or healthcare. Got it,” Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN-05) said on Twitter.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey (DFL), whose city has been home to violent uprisings for years, echoed a similar sentiment.

“Abortion is basic healthcare,” he said. “Women will rightfully make choices that impact their own bodies. Those decisions won’t cease to exist but will be all the more perilous if this decision holds.”

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Pete D’Abrosca is a reporter at The Minnesota Sun and The Star News Network. Email tips to [email protected].
Photo “MNUprising” by MN Uprising Arrestee Support.