Obama told Planned Parenthood in 2007 that the first thing he would do as president was sign legislation on abortion.
Sen. Kelly Townsend said, "We are currently there being held hostage," as tear gas was fired outside the Senate building.
Abortion-rights demonstrators took to the streets, bridges, freeways and state houses across the country to express rage at the end of federal abortion rights.
"It's all about the money for corporate America," said Carlson. "Families are bad for big corporations, therefore they're against families."
"I will explain this to you slowly: exercising our right to protest is not obstruction of Congress nor an attempt to overturn democracy," Ocasio-Cortez said.
Several twitter accounts posted addresses that supposedly belong to conservative justices including Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas.
"I have zero faith that my rights will be upheld by the Court," the Olympic gold medalist for soccer said.
Democratic state leaders denounced the Supreme Court's decision on Roe v. Wade while emphasizing support of abortion rights.
"I think we should be focusing on how to limit the number of abortions," the president said in a 2006 interview.
Today's decision will be remembered and celebrated as one of the most important days in the history of this country—a day when we began to right the wrongs inflicted by the Court in Roe a half century ago.
Distraught internet viewers decried what they saw as "meaningless" theatrics from the House Speaker.
Colton Duncan on social media urged readers to "arm yourselves" and claimed that "nasty, ugly gender-confused animals will torch American cities."
The Dobbs decision returns the question of abortion to the democratic process.
The New York congresswoman marched with protesters who promised to go "into the streets" to fight for abortion access.
After the Supreme Court struck down the landmark abortion decision, Yang said Democrats "had a long time to codify Roe v. Wade" and "defend a balanced court."
The West Virginia Democrat previously voted with Republican to confirm the two Trump-nominated conservative justices.
The president denounced the Supreme Court's decision that overturns Roe v. Wade and rebuked Thomas for his words on marriage equality.
Less than 10 minutes after the Court's ruling was released, Missouri became the first state to invoke a trigger law banning abortions.
A host of celebrities have decried the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that protected abortion rights.
The Georgia congresswoman said she hopes the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade "can be the beginning to the end of abortion."
Conservatives are thanking former President Donald Trump for his appointment of three Supreme Court justices that voted to overturn abortion precedent.
The Supreme Court has overturned its 1973 Roe decision legalizing abortion, a move Trump facilitated by putting three conservative justices on the bench.
"With sorrow—...for the many millions of American women who have today lost a fundamental constitutional protection—we dissent," the minority opinion reads.
"Let me be clear: Those who do not heed this message and perpetuate violence will be brought to justice to the fullest extent of the law," Bob Mosier wrote.
The Colorado Republican expressed her joy over Friday's Supreme Court's ruling on social media.
There are so many hidden needs for young people going through abortions, including financial, spiritual, logistical, and more. Many young people, like the friend I wish I could have helped, truly do not know where to turn.
The conservative justice additionally argued that the Court's decision that criminal penalties for sodomy are unconstitutional should be overruled.
The news coincides with the overturning of the 50-year-old decision of Roe v. Wade.