Dem congresswoman arrested at pro-choice protest for blocking intersection beside Supreme Court

With Democratic lawmakers showing little to no respect for the rule of law, best encapsulated by U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., who just vowed to “defy” the Supreme Court, there’s little wonder why so many American cities are all but held hostage by the frequent civil disobedience from the Democratic Party’s base.

But the 83-year-old lawmaker is far from alone, as seen on Wednesday when U.S. Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., was arrested after joining a pro-choice protest that blocked the intersection of First Street and Constitution Avenue beside both the Capitol and Supreme Court, according to Fox News.

(The odds of the charges being dropped before Chu’s handcuffs were removed are extremely high.)

“The decision to march today was easy—I came out to march for the young rape survivor, the woman who cannot afford to travel to another state to access critical care, the mother with an ectopic pregnancy whose life is in danger. I came out to march for all of us,” Chu tweeted following her arrest, making no mention of breaking the law by sitting down in an intersection.

Chu was charged with crowding, obstruction or incommoding at the protest organized by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, as Capitol police arrested 181 people after issuing warnings to the protestors to move from the intersection.

Chu’s antics resulted in the desired media attention — she can be seen in the video below sitting up front with a green scarf around her neck:


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