Surprisingly, TikTok Dances Didn’t Work In Keeping Roe From being Struck Down

This is hilarious

It is real, and here’s the update, if it doesn’t show in the tweet when I hit publish

Post Roe v. Wade decision update: This is a somber moment for us. We acknowledge that TikTok dances may not have been the greatest tactic to get the SCOTUS draft rejected, but please understand that this was part of a greater awareness campaign. Please, also stop attacking us and our writers online. We are all our own worst critics, after all. It is now time to snuff that critic out and start the healing process: Self-care in the post-Roe v. Wade apocalypse: 7 top tips.

Very, very silly people. And the self-care tips are rather silly. Here’s what they said beforehand

The leak that appears to show the Supreme Court ready to overturn Roe v. Wade has been confirmed to be real, and the terrible notion that Voldemort has killed Harry Potter and sentenced all of Gryffindor and Hufflepuff to evangelical forced breeding gulag is now setting in for women across the globe.

But it’s important to understand that it’s a leak of a draft. It was leaked to us so we can make a change before it’s actually passed into law. This means organizing. It means fighting Voldemort with every available weapon. And it means raising awareness to women on TikTok who haven’t yet heard the news. And how do you do that? By dancing, of course.

We’re supposed to take these people as serious adults? Or how about all the ones coming out with hot take after hot take, basically telling us they have either not read or read the Constitution. There are just so many.

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13 Responses to “Surprisingly, TikTok Dances Didn’t Work In Keeping Roe From being Struck Down”

  1. Mr. Proton says:

    I still can’t determine whether the communists are too stupid to figure out things, or if they are too lazy to actually work.

    The hilarious thing is: in the long run they end up expending far more effort on these imbecile-fests than they would if they spent their time wisely.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      I don’t get it. I had to look up Voldemort not knowing who the hell he was only to find it’s a character in a fantasy novel. Are you kidding me? These idiots are comparing the real world to this nonsense?

      FJB and Voldemort.

    • Dana says:

      Mr Proton wrote:

      I still can’t determine whether the communists are too stupid to figure out things, or if they are too lazy to actually work.

      Those things are not mutually exclusive.

  2. david7134 says:

    It does not matter if people read the Constitution. It is a matter of understanding it, which is much different. The Constitution is only what the Federal government can do. If it is not covered, then the government can not do it or they get an amendment.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      I was just reading a couple articles on other websites (sorry Teach) and they were commenting on how prosecutors are not going to prosecute abortion crimes in certain areas. Since when to prosecutors get to select the laws they will uphold?

      Why is it that leftists always start this shit? They want to pick and choose the parts of the law they will obey and those they won’t. It amazes me how they always scream about “democracy” until they’re either outvoted or can’t steal an election. Then it’s screw democracy, we want what we want.

      I also saw where they want Congress to pass a law codifying abortion. Now how does that work exactly? They pass a law that goes directly against the constitution and think it’s legal? So if they wanted to reinstate slavery all the democrats need is to pass a law and POOF! the 13th amendment is null and void? I don’t think so.


  3. Professor Hale says:

    Since when to prosecutors get to select the laws they will uphold?

    Since forever. The rich and politically connected have always been protected. Some people are really above the law in every sense of the word that matters. Example: Hillary Clinton. No prosecutor would bring charges, no judge would hear the case, and no jury would convict.

    • Dana says:

      It’s hardly just them. The George Soros sponsored district attorneys in New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles — the one in San Francisco just got fired by the voters — have been choosing not to prosecute based on cockamamie ideas of social justice and racial justice.

  4. emi says:

    A quick google search will bring up that iqfy is a satire site.

  5. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    This is fake.

    But what’s new? Much of what wingers believe to be true is fake.

    “Don Jon won the election!”

    • CarolAnn says:

      Is that your new catch-all answer? If you disagree it’s “fake”? That won’t hold water ditz. And the comment by Reagan was about liberals not “wingers”. If you’re so bereft of originality you need to plagiarize at least use it in context. I find that term funny since you are a winger.

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:


    What Reagan comment are you referencing, ditz? And what did we plagiarize, ditz.

    The website IQfy is a fake news site, ditz. That’s what we mean by “fake”, ditz. They make up stories and post as real, ditz.

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