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Added May 03, 2022 at 11:31AM EDT by Owe.

Updated Jun 24, 2022 at 02:33PM EDT by Zach.

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Roe v. Wade Overturned 2022 refers to the United States Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade – a court case that made abortion legal nationwide – in late June 2022. The decision followed a wide-scale leak of a Supreme Court document that happened a month prior in May. Roe v. Wade has surfaced in online discourse throughout the 21st century amid events like Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, Ruth Bader Ginsberg's death and #StopTheBans, among other political moments and controversies. The May 2022 leak reported by the news outlet Politico generated buzz surrounding President Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and the Pregnant Man Emoji as well. Additionally, the idea of male politicians making laws about women's rights or bodies inspired memes and tweets across social media as pro-life and pro-choice users engaged in viral debates mid-2022.

Background

Leaked Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Document May 2022

On May 2nd, 2022, the news outlet Politico[1] published an article that provided an exclusive look at a reported first draft[2] written by Justice Samuel Alito that stated, "Roe was egregiously wrong from the start… We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled… It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives." If true, the declarations in the draft would be announced by the Court, given that they represented the opinions held by the Court's conservative majority.

Also on May 2nd, Politico posted a tweet[3] that linked to their article, earning roughly 47,500 likes, 33,900 retweets and 47,500 quote retweets in less than 24 hours (shown below).


POLITICO POLITICO @politico The Supreme Court has voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, according to an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito and obtained by POLITICO. "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," Alito writes. Expose & Shut LET THEIR HEARTS BEAT Down The LET THEIR JUST OVERTURN ROE ALREADY YOU aCOWARDS. Abortion LIberal Athcist LET THEIR HEARTS ВEAT HEART Industrial Against ABORTION BEAT dentsforLife ienore KEEP QUR CLINICS Complex NOW! PAAU KEEP OUR CLINICS -StudentsforlifeAction.org KEEP OUR CLINICS BODIES OFF OUR BANSMAS BANS OFF OUR BODIES PU -- LET THEIR CAUTION BANS OFF OUR BODIES HEARTS BEAT VOTE HE PRO- ENERAT StudentsforlUfAction.org BANS BODY TION CODEPINK PAA politico.com Exclusive: Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion s.. "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," Justice Alito writes in an initial majority draft circulated inside the court. 8:39 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter Web App AUTION United States Capitol Supreme Court of the United States Building Font Screenshot

Amid the story, Politico published another article,[5] titled "How rare is a Supreme Court breach? Very rare," in which they noted that this was the first time in modern history that the public had seen a Supreme Court draft decision while a case was still pending.

Developments

Soon after Politico reported on the draft opinion, Twitter[4] user cami_mondeaux posted a picture of the front of the Supreme Court Building in Washington D.C., stating that barricades had been put up "minutes" after the article's release. The tweet received roughly 61,100 likes in less than 24 hours (shown below, top). An hour later, a protest gathered in front of the Court Building and a video of it was tweeted by Twitter[6] user pdmcleod, earning roughly 256,500 views and 2,600 likes in less than 24 hours (shown below, bottom).


Cami Mondeaux •.. @cami_mondeaux Right now: Barricades are up around the Supreme Court building, just minutes after reports from Politico were leaked indicating SCOTUS has voted to overturn Roe v. Wade. ARCLOSED 9:10 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone United States Capitol Building World Lighting Fence Font Adaptation Facade House

Political opinions started to be discussed after the document's leak with a large amount of Democrats opposing the possible overturn and many Republican counterparts praising it. For instance, on May 2nd, 2022, Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders posted a tweet[7] condoning the possible overturn, earning roughly 256,000 likes in less than a day (shown below, left). On May 3rd, 2022, Republican House Representative Jim Jordan tweeted,[8] "Guess who supported the idea to let states overturn Roe v. Wade in 1981? Joe Biden," earning roughly 30,100 likes in less than an hour (shown below, right).


Bernie Sanders @SenSanders Congress must pass legislation that codifies Roe v. Wade as the law of the land in this country NOW. And if there aren't 60 votes in the Senate to do it, and there are not, we must end the filibuster to pass it with 50 votes. 9:38 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone 47.6K Retweets 3,922 Quote Tweets 256K Likes Font Rep. Jim Jordan @Jim_Jordan Guess who supported the idea to let states overturn Roe v. Wade in 1981? Joe Biden. 11:41 AM · May 3, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone 7,959 Retweets 579 Quote Tweets 30.3K Likes Font

Christine Pelosi's Tweet and Susan Sarandon's Response

On May 2nd, 2022, Christine Pelosi, the daughter of Nancy Pelosi, posted a tweet[9] about the draft opinion that criticized progressive liberals, saying, "some of you with lofty lefty platforms [who] told people not to vote for Democrats to send a message in 2010… You didn’t heed our warnings in 2016. Now you are 'shocked' that the Republican Supreme Court will overturn Roe – but you should be ashamed." In less than 24 hours, it earned roughly 11,700 likes (shown below, left).

The tweet was criticized by both Democrats and Republicans within multiple quote retweets that went viral. For instance, on May 2nd, actress Susan Sarandon posted a quote retweet[10] that included a screenshot of a news headline that stated, "Nancy Pelosi Says Democrats' Focus On Abortion Access Is Hurting The Party." Her QT received roughly 14,100 likes in less than a day (shown below, right).


Susan Sarandon @SusanSarandon · 5h ... CUT THE STYLE SELF POLITICS | MAY 3, 2017 Nancy Pelosi Says Democrats' Focus on Abortion Access Is Hurting the Party By Claire Landsbaum Nancy Pelosi suggested Democrats should ease up on abortion. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Earlier this month, Senator Bernie Sanders and DNC head Tom Perez gave a "unity tour," during which they suggested abortion rights were a disposable part of Democratic ideology– later, Sanders added that stumping for anti- choice candidates is the kind of thing Democrats need to do "if we're going to become a 50-state party." And on Tuesday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi added to that, telling the Washington Post that the party should be open to anti-choice candidates. Christine Pelosi @sfpelosi · 16h We warned you for years. But some of you with lofty lefty platforms told people not to vote for Democrats to send a message in 2010. You didn't heed our warnings in 2016. Now you are "shocked" that the Republican Supreme Court will overturn Roe - but you should be ashamed. Show this thread Adina Pintilie Flag Sleeve Font Screenshot

Roe v. Wade Opinion Draft Confirmed By Supreme Court

On May 3rd, 2022, the verified Twitter[11] account of SCOTUSblog posted a tweet that confirmed the authenticity of the opinion draft leak. An attached image of their statement was included in the tweet that earned roughly 9,300 likes in two hours (shown below, left). A few hours before the aforementioned tweet, President Joe Biden tweeted[12] his own statement, relaying that he was unsure of the authenticity of the draft. The statement (shown below, right) received roughly 64,400 likes in four hours.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT BIDEN ON REPORTED SUPREME COURT DECISION DRAFT MAY 3, 2022 We do not know whether this draft is genuine, or whether it reflects the final decision of the Court. With that critical caveat, I want to be clear on three points about the cases before the Supreme Court. First, my administration argued strongly before the Court in defense of Roe v. Wade. We said that Roe is based on "a long line of precedent recognizing the Fourteenth Amendment's concept of personal liberty.. against government interference with intensely personal decisions." I believe that a woman's right to choose is fundamental, Roe has been the law of the land for almost fifty years, and basic fairness and the stability of our law demand that it not be overturned. Second, shortly after the enactment of Texas law SB 8 and other laws restricting women's reproductive rights, I directed my Gender Policy Council and White House Counsel's Office to prepare options for an Administration response to the continued attack on abortion and reproductive rights, under a variety of possible outcomes in the cases pending before the Supreme Court. We will be ready when any ruling is issued. Third, if the Court does overturn Roe, it will fall on our nation's elected officials at all levels of government to protect a woman's right to choose. And it will fall on voters to elect pro-choice officials this November. At the federal level, we will need more pro- choice Senators and a pro-choice majority in the House to adopt legislation that codifies Roe, which I will work to pass and sign into law. Supreme Court of the United States Font

MET Gala Happening During Roe v. Wade Overturn

Amid the document being leaked, the 2022 Met Gala was happening live in New York City. The simultaneous nature of both events resulted in memes and tweets that related to the coincidence. For instance, on May 2nd, 2022, Twitter[13] user littlemckim tweeted, "The craziest thing about the met gala outfits is the fact that the Supreme Court is literally overturning Roe v Wade as we speak," earning roughly 165,600 likes in less than 24 hours (shown below, left). Also on May 2nd, Twitter[14] user morgan_sung posted a similar tweet, earning roughly 169,500 likes in the same amount of time (shown below, right).


case @littlemckim The craziest thing about the met gala outfits is the fact that the Supreme Court is literally overturning Roe v Wade as we speak 8:43 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone 35.6K Retweets 942 Quote Tweets 165.6K Likes Font morgan sung @morgan_sung roe v wade going down during the gilded age themed met gala ... whew 9:06 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter Web App 18.4K Retweets 701 Quote Tweets 169.5K Likes A Tip Product Font Screenshot

Other Memes

Multiple memes related to the event appeared across platforms going into May 2022. For instance, on May 3rd, 2022, Instagram[15] page grandoldmemes posted an I Don't Want to Play With You Anymore meme that referenced the Pregnant Man Emoji, earning roughly 4,700 likes in three hours (shown below, left). Also on May 3rd, Redditor sebet_123 posted an I Got You, Brother meme to /r/dankmemes[16] that earned roughly 1,700 upvotes in three hours (shown below, right).


ノノ Dems the past few years Birthing people @GRANDOLDMEMES Dems defending Roe v Wade STAND WITH WOMEN Parenthood I don't want to play with you anymore Smile Facial expression Vertebrate Cartoon Organism Happy Mammal Gesture People Adaptation Art Font Tree USA woman's rights got you, sister! also USA Oh, no, you don't! Hand Arm Muscle Vertebrate Human Sleeve Mammal Gesture Eyelash Font Sky Adaptation Wood People Helmet Elbow

Roe v. Wade Officially Overturned June 2022

On June 24th, 2022, a decision was made and documentation was published to the official website[17] of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the court case referred to as Dobbs, State Health Officer of the Mississippi Department of Health, et al. v. Jackson Women's Health Organization et al. (first page shown below). The court case was originally argued on December 1st, 2021, when acting Mississippi state health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs claimed, "[e]xcept in a medical emergency or in the case of a severe fetal abnormality, a person shall not intentionally or knowingly perform . . . or induce an abortion of an unborn human being if the probable gestational age of the unborn human being has been determined to be greater than fifteen (15) weeks.”[17]

Dobbs was challenged for the Act in Federal District Court by the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, an abortion clinic, and one of its doctors who referenced the Supreme Court’s rulings that established a constitutional right to abortion, in particular Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pa. v. Casey.[17]

The decision made by the Court on June 24th, 2022, in regards to the impending case effectively overturned Roe v. Wade.[17] Written in the Court's decision was, "The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives."[17] The decision effectively made abortion a state-sanctioned issue rather than a national, constitutional right.


(Slip Opinion) OCTOBER TERM, 2021 1 Syllabus NOTE: Where it is feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as is being done in connection with this case, at the time the opinion is issued. The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. See United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 321, 337. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Syllabus DOBBS, STATE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL. v. JACKSON WOMEN'S HEALTH ORGANIZATION ET AL. CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT No. 19-1392. Argued December 1, 2021-Decided June 24, 2022 Mississippi's Gestational Age Act provides that "[e]xcept in a medical emergency or in the case of a severe fetal abnormality, a person shall not intentionally or knowingly perform . . . or induce an abortion of an unborn human being if the probable gestational age of the unborn hu- man being has been determined to be greater than fifteen (15) weeks." Miss. Code Ann. §41–41–191. Respondents-Jackson Women's Health Organization, an abortion clinic, and one of its doctors-challenged the Act in Federal District Court, alleging that it violated this Court's prec- edents establishing a constitutional right to abortion, in particular Roe v. Wade, 410 U. S. 113, and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pa. v. Casey, 505 U. S. 833. The District Court granted summary judg- ment in favor of respondents and permanently enjoined enforcement of the Act, reasoning that Mississippi's 15-week restriction on abortion violates this Court's cases forbidding States to ban abortion pre-viabil- ity. The Fifth Circuit affirmed. Before this Court, petitioners defend the Act on the grounds that Roe and Casey were wrongly decided and that the Act is constitutional because it satisfies rational-basis review. Held: The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives. Pp. 8–79. (a) The critical question is whether the Constitution, properly un- derstood, confers a right to obtain an abortion. Casey's controlling opinion skipped over that question and reaffirmed Roe solely on the basis of stare decisis. A proper application of stare decisis, however, requires an assessment of the strength of the grounds on which Roe Publication Font

Justice Clarence Thomas Considers Overturning Gay Marriage and Access To Contraception

On page 119 of the Supreme Court's official decision,[17] Justice Clarence Thomas was documented concurring about other Supreme Court cases he felt should additionally be reconsidered in the near future. Among the list of cases that he cited, he included Obergefell v. Hodges which made same-sex marriage a constitutional right, Lawrence v. Texas, which made the right to engage in private, consensual sexual acts constitutional, and Lawrence v. Texas which made same-sex sexual activity legal.

Twitter user fordm predominantly brought the discourse to social media, posting a reply to his own thread[19] that included a highlighted screenshot of page 119. His tweet received roughly 15,500 likes for the reply in one hour (shown below).


Matt Ford @fordm In a solo concurring opinion, Thomas says the court should reconsider rulings that protect contraception, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage. Cite as: 597 U. S. (2022) 3 THOMAS, J., concurring 381 U. S. 479 (1965) (right of married persons to obtain con- traceptives)*; Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U. S. 558 (2003) (right to engage in private, consensual sexual acts); and Oberge- fell v. Hodges, 576 U. S. 644 (2015) (right to same-sex mar- riage), are not at issue. The Court's abortion cases are unique, see ante, at 31-32, 66, 71-72, and no party has asked us to decide "whether our entire Fourteenth Amend- ment jurisprudence must be preserved or revised," McDon- ald, 561 U. S., at 813 (opinion of THOMAS, J.). Thus, I agree that "[n]othing in [the Court's] opinion should be under- stood to cast doubt on precedents that do not concern abor- tion." Ante, at 66. 19 For that reason, in future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court's substantive due process precedents, includ- ing Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell. Because any sub- stantive due process decision is "demonstrably erroneous," Ramos v. Louisiana, 590 U. S. (2020) (THOMAS, J., concurring in judgment) (slip op., at 7), we have a duty to "correct the error" established in those precedents, Gamble v. United States, 587 U. S. (2019) (THOMAS, J., con- curring) (slip op., at 9). After overruling these demonstra- bly erroneous decisions, the question would remain whether other constitutional provisions guarantee the myr- iad rights that our substantive due process cases have gen- erated. For example, we could consider whether any of the rights announced in this Court's substantive due process cases are "privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. Amdt. : Font Material property Screenshot Cite as: 597 U. S. (2022) 3 THOMAS, J., concurring 381 U. S. 479 (1965) (right of married persons to obtain con- traceptives)*; Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U. S. 558 (2003) (right to engage in private, consensual sexual acts); and Oberge- fell v. Hodges, 576 U. S. 644 (2015) (right to same-sex mar- riage), are not at issue. The Court's abortion cases are unique, see ante, at 31-32, 66, 71-72, and no party has asked us to decide "whether our entire Fourteenth Amend- ment jurisprudence must be preserved or revised," McDon- ald, 561 U. S., at 813 (opinion of THOMAS, J.). Thus, I agree that "[n]othing in [the Court's] opinion should be under- stood to cast doubt on precedents that do not concern abor- tion." Ante, at 66. For that reason, in future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court's substantive due process precedents, includ- ing Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell. Because any sub- stantive due process decision is "demonstrably erroneous," Ramos v. Louisiana, 590 U. S. (2020) (THOMAS, J., concurring in judgment) (slip op., at 7), we have a duty to "correct the error" established in those precedents, Gamble v. United States, 587 U. S. (2019) (THOMAS, J., con- curring) (slip op., at 9). After overruling these demonstra- bly erroneous decisions, the question would remain whether other constitutional provisions guarantee the myr- iad rights that our substantive due process cases have gen- erated. For example, we could consider whether any of the rights announced in this Court's substantive due process cases are "privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. Amdt. *Griswold v. Connecticut purported not to rely on the Due Process Clause, but rather reasoned "that specific guarantees in the Bill of Rights" including rights enumerated in the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Ninth Amendments-"have penumbras, formed by emanations," that create "zones of privacy." 381 U. S., at 484. Since Griswold, the Court, perhaps recognizing the facial absurdity of Griswold's penumbral argument, has characterized the decision as one rooted in substantive due process. See, e.g., Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 U. S. 644, 663 (2015); Washington v. Glucksberg, 521 U. S. 702, 720 (1997). Supreme Court of the United States Roe v. Wade Font

President Joe Biden's Response

After the Supreme Court made its decision on June 24th, 2022, President Joe Biden addressed the nation in an official statement, broadcasted and reposted to YouTube by multiple outlets (shown below). Biden claimed he believed, "Roe v. Wade was the correct decision," and ultimately condemned the decision, claiming the day was a very "sad" day.



Reactions and Memes

On June 24th, 2022, mass engagement and reactions surfaced across social media in regards to the decision given. The first tweet regarding the decision was posted by the official Twitter[18] account of the Supreme Court, earning roughly 39,500 likes in one hour (shown below, left). Other activist groups posted their own announcements and reactions. For instance, the official Twitter[19] account of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) posted a tweet that announced and condemned the decision, earning roughly 14,300 likes in one hour (shown below, right).


SCOTUSblog SCOTUSblog @SCOTUSblog THE SUPREME COURT HAS OVERTURNED ROE V. WADE, ELIMINATING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO ABORTION. supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf... 10:11 AM Jun 24, 2022. Twitter Web App 19.5K Retweets 17.2K Quote Tweets 39.2K Likes Font ACLU ACLU @ACLU : 6,917 Retweets 3,075 Quote Tweets 15.4K Likes ... BREAKING: The Supreme Court just reversed nearly 50 years of precedent and overturned Roe v. Wade, ending the federal constitutional right to abortion. We won't deny what a horrible moment this is. Half of the states are expected to ban abortion. 10:26 AM Jun 24, 2022. Twitter Web App Font

Parallel posts with similar intent were made on Instagram[20] and Facebook,[21] among other platforms, however, the most amount of discourse early on occurred on Twitter.

Many notable people condemned the decision, predominantly on the political left. For instance, former U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama tweeted[22] her condemnation and response on June 24th, earning roughly 146,700 likes in one hour (shown below, left). Others championed the decision, predominantly on the political right. For instance, on June 24th, former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany posted a tweet[23] that celebrated the decision, earning roughly 25,000 likes in one hour (shown below, right).


Kayleigh McEnany @kayleighmcenany Roe v Wade has been OVERTURNED! This is a victory for 63 million innocent babies who have been killed - lost generations, who could not speak for themselves. A victory for LIFE!!! 10:13 AM Jun 24, 2022 Twitter for iPhone 3,596 Retweets 774 Quote Tweets 25K Likes : Font

Although the reactions were predominantly earnest or sincere, many online started posting humorous content about the decision. Some related it to other recent governmental decisions such as the U.S. Ban on JUUL and the loosening of restrictions on concealed carry in states like New York. The contrasts between banning JUUL, allowing guns and making abortion illegal all in the span of two days proved fruitful for meme creators.

For instance, on June 24th, Twitter[24] user JennyENicholson tweeted, "So the supreme court just wants us all dead huh," earning roughly 12,300 likes in one hour (shown below, left). Also on June 24th, Twitter[25] user redveil tweeted, "leave it to the united states to regress so proudly," earning over 3,000 likes in one hour (shown below, right).


Jenny Nicholson @ vid... @JennyENicholson So the supreme court just wants us all dead huh 10:52 AM. Jun 24, 2022 Twitter for Android Font learn 2 swim out now @redveil leave it to the united states to regress so proudly 10:46 AM Jun 24, 2022 Twitter for iPhone Font

Various Memes


ROE VS WADE IS BEING OVERTURNED Elsa Frozen II Joint Hand Arm Muscle Cartoon Human body Finger Gesture Thumb Happy Chest transgender marx @JUNIPER Steven Crowder O @scrowder BREAKING: Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed the leaked document and that there will be an nvestigation. We can rest assured that as long as the FBI and CIA are on it, we'll never know. 0:40 AM · 5/3/22 · Twitter Web App 1,835 Retweets 73 Quote Tweets 12.5K Likes 12:51 PM · May 3, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone Smile Product Jaw Emoticon Font Happy Screenshot Eyewear Art Eyelash WOW WHAT A DAPPER GENT HE SHOULD TOTALLY BE MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT THE BODILY AUTONOMY OF MILLIONS OF WOMEN Samuel Alito Forehead Chin Smile Publication PANALIGHT Women talking about how abortion being illegal means they have no control over their bodies Men eligible for the draft Mel Gibson Clothing Muscle Mouth Organ Human Temple Textile Font People Adaptation A24 year old virgin @paynushaver This probably sounded much cooler when you imagined Piccolo saying it. Resurrected KG @breezewoodian · 15h Libtards you have so much more to lose. We have so much to take from you, we have so much to avenge. You have no idea how much worse we can make life for you all. You have no idea how much worse it's going to get. Your despair, pain, and horror, multiplied infinitely. #RoeVWade 11:13 PM · May 2, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone Font kold @koldkorp them 6 judges in about 20 years: 10:42 AM Jun 24, 2022 Twitter for iPhone . : Flame Fire Heat Geological phenomenon AP The Associated Press @AP The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion, and 13 states already have laws that ban abortion in the event of Roe v. Wade being overturned. Another half-dozen states have near-total bans or prohibitions after 6 weeks of pregnancy. apne.ws/tWdbRx0 Abortion access at the state level after Roe v. Wade overturned Permitted | Restricted/Banned To be determined Source: AP reports; Guttmacher Institute 11:35 AM Jun 24, 2022 · Social Flow AP : United States Map World Organism Font Screenshot first-mate prance @bocxtop america is falling apart faster than we can comprehend u cannot keep telling ppl the solution is to vote and hope for the best 11:07 AM Jun 24, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone 17.1K Retweets 417 Quote Tweets 71.7K Likes Organism Font

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[3] Twitter – @politico

[4] Twitter – @cami_mondeaux

[5] Politico – How rare is a Supreme Court breach? Very rare

[6] Twitter – @pdmcleod

[7] Twitter – @SenSanders

[8] Twitter – @Jim_Jordan

[9] Twitter – @sfpelosi

[10] Twitter – @SusanSarandon

[11] Twitter – @SCOTUSblog

[12] Twitter – @POTUS

[13] Twitter – @littlemckim

[14] Twitter – @morgan_sung

[15] Instagram – @grandoldmemes

[16] Reddit – /r/dankmemes

[17] Supreme Court – official document

[18] Twitter – @SCOTUSblog

[18] Twitter – @ACLU

[19] Twitter – @fordm

[20] Instagram – @nytimes

[21] Facebook – FOX 13 Seattle

[22] Twitter – @MichelleObama

[23] Twitter – @kayleighmcenany

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