Twitter commemorated the anniversary of Roe v. Wade instead of the March for Life.
An estimated 150,000 people braved the frigid temperatures to march. Pro-lifers have marched at the March for Life since the first anniversary of Roe.
“The cold couldn't dampen the spirits of the Pro-Life Generation who knew we were celebrating the last anniversary of Roe v. Wade,” Students for Life of America tweeted. “The largest human rights march in the world IS against abortion.”
Despite the crowd and notable attendees, Twitter ignored the success of the march and instead featured content in its “Politics” section for the anniversary of Roe.
“As we celebrate the 49th anniversary of #RoevWade, we reflect on the work that still needs to be done,” the Center for Reproductive Rights tweeted. “Roe alone has never been enough to ensure people, especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and people working to make ends meet, can get the care they need.”
Other additions were statements from the Women’s March and Planned Parenthood.
“Roe v. Wade was decided on January 22, 1973,” Planned Parenthood tweeted. “But in a few months, the Supreme Court could erase nearly 50 years of precedent by overturning Roe and ending our protected rights.”
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