The lunacy has begun.
A pro-abortion activist climbed to the top of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington D.C. on Friday.
The man has been identified as Guido Reichstadter and his goal was to stop traffic on the bridge.
As of the time of this article he’s still on top of it.
JUST IN: Man protesting Supreme Court decision on abortion at the top of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington, DC
— 🦊🌻PatriotFox🌻🦊 (@PatriotFox_Q17) June 24, 2022
If I can make it to the top of this ever-loving bridge, I know you can make it into the street!
Let's shut it down nonviolently day after day after day till out rights are protected.
I'll be up here, much love to you all! pic.twitter.com/YReqILFBqH
— Guido Reichstadter (@GuidoReichstad1) June 24, 2022
Fox News dropped these details:
A man climbed the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C. on Friday to protest the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
The man, who has revealed himself on Twitter as Guido Reichstadter, began climbing the bridge at around 11 a.m., according to FOX 5 DC. While the man was on the bridge, traffic came to a halt while officials tried to contact the man.
A large inflatable was placed under the demonstrator at around 12 p.m.
Reichstadter posted on Twitter while on top of the bridge at 3:24 p.m., stating “Let’s shut it down nonviolently day after day after day till out [sic] rights are protected.” The archway is 70 feet tall.
The man even slept up there:
I stayed on the bridge last night. There's a hatch up here I can crawl down any time, but my batteries still have charge and there's more to do up here. I wrapped up in the green banner against the cold and slept . pic.twitter.com/bVCIc1Hxnj
— Guido Reichstadter (@GuidoReichstad1) June 25, 2022
NBC 4 News covered the story too:
In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade on Friday, a pro-abortion-rights advocate scaled one of the soaring arches of the Frederick Douglass Bridge in protest.
The protester was seen atop one of the bridge’s arches in Southwest D.C., flying a green banner and waving a yellow flag that read “Don’t tread on my uterus” and featured an illustration of the organ, shortly after the justices announced the decision ending a constitutional right to an abortion.
A Twitter user called Guido Reichstadter said he climbed the bridge to call on Congress to protect abortion access under federal law.