After unprecedented documents leaked by the U.S. Supreme Court showed that the high court was likely to repeal Roe v. Wade, Hollywood stars urged their fans not to protest.
Stars such as Amy Schumer and Rosanna Arquette, Bette Midler and Rosanna Archer, along with Rosanna Arquette and Busy Phillips, vented their frustrations and despair via social media. Some attacked the court and singled out Justice Samuel Alito for being a right-wing “radical.”
Amber Tamblyn wrote, “Take to the streets.”
Rosanna Arquette demanded, “Get your dirty Nazi boots out of our wombs.”
Busy Philipps stated that the case concerns “white supremacy” and “power hungry politicians trying to maintain oppressive systems in place.”
In the Dobbs case v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court was due to issue its ruling within a short time. The shocking leak to Politico has thrown into question a process that was once considered sacred. The leak, perhaps coincidentally, has provided Democrats with a new rallying cry and a much-needed boost in fundraising.
Amy Schumer, Hulu’s Life and Beth star, urged her Hulu fans to demonstrate in their communities on Tuesday.
Busy Phillips, an actress, also encouraged local protests. “Be angry. “Be angry. Be outraged. Most importantly, SHOW YOUR FUCK UP.
Amber Tamblyn, an actress, urged fellow New Yorkers “to take to the streets.”
Lena Dunham, a Hillary Clinton campaign surrogate for girls star Lena Dunham, attacked pro-life Americans by calling them “faux humanist rhetoric to hide what they really are: anti-choice.”
Olivia Munn, Predator’s star, called for a woman-friendly bill.
Elizabeth Banks, Hunger Games star, urged her three-and-a half million fans to protest. She is still ranting about “irresponsible Ejaculations”.
Disney-Marvel’s The Avengers star Mark Ruffalo blaming Justice Samuel Alito
Jamie Lee Curtis, Halloween star, posted Helen Reddy’s “I AMWOMAN” to her Instagram.
Jameela Jamil, The Good Place’s star, released a long rant in which urged her fans to “start organizing” for pro-abortion legislators.
Rosanna Arquette tweeted, “Get your dirty Nazi boots out of our wombs.”
Bette Midler, star of Disney’s Hocus Pocus 2, incorrectly claimed Roe v. Wade was a “settled law” that is “guaranteed and guaranteed by the Constitution.”
Ellen Barkin, TNT’s Animal Kingdom star, praised Senator Elizabeth Warren (D–MA) in an interview. She said that she was “angry and upset but determined!”
Sarah Silverman, comedian, tweeted: “I can’t believe it is happening.
Chelsea Handler, a comedian, bizarrely mentioned the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill as a reaction to the SCOTUS leak.
Larry Charles, a Seinfeld writer, blamed Democrats. He claimed that Democrats “knew this was coming” but did nothing to stop Republicans.
Jeffrey Wright, actor of No Time to Die, used the opportunity to tweet bizarrely about the Scottish government.
John Leguizamo, Disney’s Encanto star, urged Congress to fill the Supreme Court with justices and pass Roe v. Wade.