Last: Halle Berry, 55, posted on social media with a couple of posts protesting against the reversal of Roe v. Wade's verdict by the Supreme Court, saying she was angry at the decision to lift women's constitutional protection for abortion.  She was photographed in LA last year

Halle Berry speaks emotionally about the ‘bulls ***’ Supreme Court ruling: ‘I’m outraged!’ – Daily mail

Halle Berry speaks emotionally about the ‘bulls ***’ Supreme Court verdict annulling Roe v. Wade: ‘I’m outraged!’

  • The Oscar-winning actress, 55, said ‘something has to be done’ after the verdict
  • She said people need to come together ‘and NOT accept this’
  • Berry reviewed a number of circumstances in which a woman’s life could be endangered if she could not have an abortion

Halle Berry took to social media with a couple of posts protesting the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade’s verdict, saying she was angry at the decision to lift women’s constitutional protection for abortion.

‘I’m outraged! What the Supreme Court has done is BULLS *** ‘, the 55-year-old Oscar-winning actress said in a post on Friday, accompanied by pictures of people protesting against the decision. ‘Something has to be done !! Weapons have more rights than women. Stop this war against women and keep your laws away from our bodies. ‘

A native of Cleveland called on people to come together ‘and DON’T accept this’, adding: ‘We can’t just post about it and talk about it – we have to DO SOMETHING about it!’

Last: Halle Berry, 55, posted on social media with a couple of posts protesting against the reversal of Roe v. Wade's verdict by the Supreme Court, saying she was angry at the decision to lift women's constitutional protection for abortion.  She was photographed in LA last year

Last: Halle Berry, 55, posted on social media with a couple of posts protesting against the reversal of Roe v. Wade’s verdict by the Supreme Court, saying she was angry at the decision to lift women’s constitutional protection for abortion. She was photographed in LA last year

Actress Moonfall then reviewed a series of medical circumstances in which a woman’s life could be endangered if she failed to have an abortion.

Berry wrote: ‘The treatment of ectopic pregnancy is abortion. Treatment of septic uterus is abortion. The treatment for abortion that your body will not release is abortion. If you can’t do those abortions, you will die. Your. Die.’

The Monster’s Ball star also shared a link in her biography to the National Network Means for abortionan organization that aims to ‘remove financial and logistical barriers to accessing abortion by centering abortion people and organizing it at the intersections of racial, economic and reproductive justice.’

Actress and director Modrica took to social media following Friday’s ruling, which is expected to result in abortion bans in about half of the states.

Berry said ‘something must be done’ after the Supreme Court ruling

Berry said ‘something must be done’ after the Supreme Court ruling

Actress Moonfall reviewed a number of medical circumstances in which a woman's life could be endangered if she could not have an abortion

Actress Moonfall reviewed a number of medical circumstances in which a woman’s life could be endangered if she could not have an abortion

Following the verdict, clinics in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin and West Virginia stopped performing abortions, while other states restricted options under various provisions.

President Joe Biden said Friday’s decision marked a ‘sad day for the court and the country’, adding that ‘this decision must not be the final word’.

The controversial decision has led to protests across the country, including protests outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, and cities including New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Phoenix and Seattle.

Amid the reversals of judges Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alit, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett, Thomas said his court colleagues should consider reversing past Supreme Court rulings on issues including contraceptive use and same-sex marriage, among others.

The protesters were seen in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on Saturday

The protesters were seen in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on Saturday

President Joe Biden said at the White House on Friday that the verdict marked a 'sad day for the court and the country', adding that 'this decision must not be the final word'

President Joe Biden said at the White House on Friday that the verdict marked a ‘sad day for the court and the country’, adding that ‘this decision must not be the final word’

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