As Twitchy reported, the Supreme Court this morning ruled that an expansive “buffer zone” around abortion clinics in Massachusetts violated the First Amendment.
The SCOTUS ruling was unanimous, but Sandra Fluke referred to is as an attack on women’s rights:
Supreme Court decides in McCullen v. Coakley that clinic buffer zones are unconstitutional. One more attack on women's rights.
— Sandra Fluke (@SandraFluke) June 26, 2014
Attempts were made to try and make rhyme or reason out of Fluke’s statement:
@SandraFluke It was unanimous. Pro-choice justices agreed it was unconstitutional.
— Sunny (@sunnyright) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke Does women's rights include free speech?
— Robert C. Wilkins (@wilkinsrobertc) June 26, 2014
.@SandraFluke Please explain how women have the right to deny others their rights.
— Charly J. (@chuck_dizzle) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke Where we're you when pro-lifers in TX had "Hail Satan!" yelled at them? Oh, yeah, that just women exercising their rights!
— Jake T. Leech (@JakeTLeech) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke women protest and die from abortion too. You were thinking only about your faux feminists again.
— Wittorical (@Wittorical) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke Wasn't the plaintiff a woman?
— Anne Wilson Smith (@EarlyGirlSC) June 26, 2014
— Better off Fred (@fredontwittur) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke Afraid if a woman hears the truth they'll turn around & go home to have the baby? Free Speech protects women's rights
— Jen Stroup (@JenStroup) June 26, 2014
— Leslie ن (@LADowd) June 26, 2014
@SandraFluke Many protesters are female. You're infringing their free speech rights.
— Travesham (@Travesham) June 26, 2014
Apparently in Fluke’s world the rights of women who wish to speak out against abortion don’t fall under her “women’s rights” umbrella.