One thing that I've noticed so far with all of the protesting from the left so far is that the police are actually doing a better job of managing the situation and not letting it get as out of hand as they did in 2020 during the George Floyd rioting. This is probably because in the places where this is occurring like Los Angeles, they know that they can't afford to let the city be destroyed once again.
Many liberal cities are barely hanging on and to let the city go up in flames for the second time in two years would be a disaster. It also would say a lot about the leadership of that city, but liberals don't care about that anyway.
And it's apparent that it doesn't matter who you are, if you try the police right now, you're going to get handled like a criminal. Such is the case of 'Full House' and 'Fuller House' star Jodie Sweetin.
Sweetin was pushed to the ground recently during a recent Roe v. Wade protest.
According to the New York Post,
Actress Jodie Sweetin was shoved to the ground by Los Angeles police officers at a pro-choice protest in the city Saturday, video shows.
The “Full House” star, 40, was speaking into a megaphone on the side of a freeway during a protest against the recent US Supreme Court ruling when multiple officers pushed her, sending her tumbling to the ground, according to footage posted to Instagram.
“What the f–k is wrong with you guys?” one protester can be heard saying to the officers in response.
Sweetin picked herself up, readjusted her baseball cap and quickly joined in a “No justice, no peace” chant, the video shows.
The actress, who played Stephanie Tanner in the ABC comedy, was attempting to lead a group of peaceful protesters away from the freeway when she was tossed to the ground, according to freelance photojournalist Michael Ade, who captured the footage.
The LAPD just manhandled actress/activist Jodie Sweetin at a pro-choice protest pic.twitter.com/FMJNfjUMBW
— Fifty Shades of Whey (@davenewworld_2) June 26, 2022
Honestly, though...just take a moment to reflect on this opinion and what the Supreme Court is saying. Liberals and Conservatives alike say that the federal government doesn't have business regulating what a person does with their body. That's what this opinion is about. The federal government is out of the abortion business.
Well, liberals don't actually like that, because it was in their favor up until recently. So, what they really mean is that they don't want the federal government making decisions about their bodies, unless it benefits them, such as with Roe v. Wade being in place for forcing other people to get the "you-know-what" over the last couple of years.
The matter has been turned over to the states. So, in places like Los Angeles, they're protesting when really, not much is going to change there. One thing, which I think might happen is that organizations like Planned Parenthood will lose federal funding. I'm really not sure about that though as I haven't looking into it, I'm just speculating.