Over 400 pro-abortion protests were taking place nationwide on Saturday, kicking off what the media is calling the “Summer of Rage.”

The protests were organized by Planned Parenthood, the Women’s March, and other pro-abortion groups.

“For the women of this country, this will be a summer of rage,” said Rachel Carmona, president of Women’s March, according to a report from Reuters. “We will be ungovernable until this government starts working for us, until the attacks on our bodies let up, until the right to an abortion is codified into law.”

Abortion Rights protest in Fountain Square in Cincinnati, from my hotel room. #BansOffOurBodies #NoGoingBack pic.twitter.com/j1dUmKr2LM

— Grandpa Beer (@GrandpaBeer) May 14, 2022

Thousands are showing up at Dallas City Hall for the @womensmarch rally to protest against abortion bans! Our collective voices will be heard across the country today and every day until reproductive rights are protected. #BansOffOurBodies #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/SblWHy506s

— Double Aye (@AaronStough) May 14, 2022

Abortion-rights protests across the country. https://t.co/DRpiyn2c1q https://t.co/LabkOtVEYq

— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) May 14, 2022

[NOW: Nationwide #Abortion #CivilRights #Protests.]
05/14/22 – https://t.co/w8lXyiI7P8 – DAY 719 https://t.co/fcllPORqgq via @FacebookWatch pic.twitter.com/8jEXU1GRBD

— Rex Young (@rexyoungdotcom) May 14, 2022

The largest turnouts are expected in DC, NYC, Chicago and Los Angeles — but roughly a thousand also gathered in Austin, Texas, where former Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards spoke.

“I see my friends here with signs that say ‘I don’t regret my abortion,’ and you know what my friends? I don’t regret my abortion either!”@CecileRichards standing with Texans Every Texan deserves access to safe, legal, affordable abortion care. #BansOffOurBodies pic.twitter.com/1XNefKS2kG

— Progress Texas (@ProgressTX) May 14, 2022

Demonstrators march down Constitution. pic.twitter.com/IFzII1ZIuy

— Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) May 14, 2022

“In Texas, arguably ground zero in the war on abortion rights, protesters rallied in San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and Austin. Former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards and former state Rep. Wendy Davis—famous for filibustering an abortion ban for 13 hours in pink tennis shoes—were among the speakers who addressed the rally of at least 1,000 people at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, before a band called ‘Pelvis Wrestley’ provided live entertainment,” Jezebel reports.

Students for Life of America counter protested at many of the events, leading to some clashes.

LIVE in Austin, TX: Pro-life and pro-abortion protestors get into shouting match outside the Texas capitol, “abortion is not a human right”

Footage from @HannahNighting pic.twitter.com/APVw2ZUIxp

— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 14, 2022

“Roe v. Wade turned 49, but we won’t see it turn 50 as it is,” said Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins in a statement provided to the Gateway Pundit. “Students for Life of America was founded as a Post-Roe organization, ready to protect life in law and in service in all 50 states. We’ve got a post-Roe plan, and we’re training the next generation of pro-life leaders to ensure that the children who will be born will have all our support.”

The #prolifegen is countering #BansOffOurBodies rallies EVERYWHERE today. Peep part of our Tucson crew pic.twitter.com/803O4mP6xE

— Students for Life of America (@StudentsforLife) May 14, 2022

Wherever a pro-abortion message is being spoken, the Post-Roe Generation is there to speak life and truth. We’re dropping in on pro-abortion rallies nationwide today (with security, which is sadly necessary) to share that abortion is anti-woman and certainly anti-child. pic.twitter.com/TUX7jwc6dx

— Students for Life of America (@StudentsforLife) May 14, 2022

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