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Anti-Abortion Activist Gets Savagely Shut Down By A Massive Lake

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Anti-Abortion Activist Gets Savagely Shut Down By A Massive Lake

Anti-abortion activist Tom Fitton has been heroically shut down by Lake Superior.

Yes, you read that right. The largest of the Great Lakes of North America has taken a stand against those who were in favour of the overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling which allowed millions of women the right to an abortion.

President of Judicial Watch and American conservative activist Tom Fitton - who is also known for his pro-Trump commentary - tried his best to fight in a savage Twitter war against Lake Superior.

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However, Lake Superior has reigned... superior.

The Twitter account for Lake Superior has spoken out against the Supreme Court's overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling. Credit: Alamy
The Twitter account for Lake Superior has spoken out against the Supreme Court's overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling. Credit: Alamy

On 24 June, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned the 50-year-old ruling.

Lake Superior took to social media soon after to respond.

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It wrote: "This lake vehemently stands with women having the right to choose."

The post was received with widespread support.

"Your GALES in November will hopefully be felt by everyone in this country in the voting booths," one user said.

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Another echoed: "Lake Superior for SCOTUS...I mean how easy would it be to switch to Lake Supreme."

A third said: "You're definitely superior."

However, Fitton didn't agree.

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Re-tweeting Lake Superior's post, he wrote: "Water is wet and abortion kills a human being."

To which Lake Superior responded: "Thomas, not even your first talking point is correct. Water is not wet, what water touches is wet.

"I'm confident I have a lot more experience in making things wet than you do."

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Lake Superior's comeback was nothing short of epic and was thoroughly applauded by many users.

"Omffgg Lake Superior out here pure roasting people," one person said.

"I am here for it," another added.

A third said: "Tom, fella, it's been good to know ya."

One user unfortunately decided to find issue with Lake Superior's political opinions.

"Yep, I follow @lakesuperior for political takes. Man, can't anything just be fun?" a person named Ryan said.

Alas, Lake Superior takes no prisoners.

"To begin, water is one of the most politicized resources in the world. I, sir, am water," it began.

In a follow-up tweet, Lake Superior continued: "Secondly, if you need to unfollow an account because 1 in every 432 tweets from a satirical geographic Twitter account is political instead of fun, you need to work on your fragility.

"Thirdly, a large portion of life is not about being fun.

"A lot of life is about standing up for the rights of others, especially in the face of historical imbalances that have historically favourited CIS white males while leaving others greatly disadvantaged," the lake's account concluded.

*Mic drop*

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Topics: News, US News, Politics, Twitter, Social Media

Poppy Bilderbeck
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