Pro-abortion Rioters Attempted To Storm The Arizona Capitol Building


Townsend said that some Democrats in Arizona were shifting the focus away from the protesters who were attempting to break through security to access the legislature. Townsend overheard one Democrat say, “This is a public building, and they wouldn’t let them in.”

The senators dispersed and gathered to board the tunnel to the House due to safety concerns, according to MAGA Senator Wendy Rogers, who was also present with her colleagues. However, the throng thinned off, and the senators returned to the Senate.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety said that tear gas had been effectively used and that protesters had moved on to vandalize monuments in Wesley Bolin Plaza when the senate broke for a break without finishing its work.

After demonstrators attempted to break the glass, police fired gas outside the Senate building, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. After that, the throng marched to Wesley Bolin Plaza, where various monuments had been defaced. Once more, gas was used to disperse the crowd.

After the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade on Friday, there were several protests around the country, including the brawl outside the Arizona state capital building. Seattle, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, Tucson, New York City, Reno, and Dallas all saw demonstrations.