Genshin Impact VA Brianna Knickerbocker and Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise VA Laura Stahl tell their followers to block them on a possible reversal of Roe v. wade

Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise voice actor Laura Stahl and Genshin Impact voice actor Brianna Knickerbocker both encouraged their followers to block them on the recent majority opinion draft that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Source: Genshin Impact

A draft majority opinion authored by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said, “We do not claim to know how our political system or our society will react to today’s decision overturning Roe and Casey. And even if we could foresee what is to come, we would have no authority to let that knowledge influence our decision. We can only do our job, which is to interpret the law, apply the long-standing principles of stare decisis, and decide this case accordingly.

“We therefore believe that the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion. Roe and Casey must be overturned and the power to regulate abortion must be returned to the people and their elected representatives,” Alito said.

Source: Genshin Impact

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In response to this, Laura Stahl, who also provides voice work for Vinland Saga, The Seven Deadly Sins and Genshin Impact, wrote on Twitter, “If you think today’s Supreme Court decision is a victory , go ahead and unsubscribe now, block me please. thank you goodbye.

Source: Laura Stahl’s Twitter

Stahl added in a follow-up tweet, “ok just read it’s not too late the court just intends to hit rvw we can still organize and party dem can still rally.”

Source: Laura Stahl’s Twitter

Knickerbocker, whose credits also include Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Carole & Tuesday, and The Rising of the Shield Hero also told fans to stop him from sharing Stahl’s initial tweet and writing, “So it goes. same for me Don’t let the door knock on you!

Source: Briana Knickerbocker’s Twitter

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Knickerbocker and Stahl’s comments come amid many comments from celebrities reacting to the draft notice. Some picks include that of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds actress Celia Gooding who tweeted, “overthrowing Roe v. Wade is a death sentence for real, living people nationwide.”

She added, “To lump all this systemic violence together under the guise of ‘pro-life’ is hauntingly ironic.

Source: Celia Gooding’s Twitter

Y: The Last Man actress Amber Tamblyn also tweeted, “Tonight our highest court has declared war on over half of its citizens, women and birth attendants everywhere.”

She added: “The overthrow of Roe V Wade is an act of political violence against us and we will not accept it. We will fight and we will not stop. ALREADY.”

Source: Amber Tamblyn

Amanda Duarte tweeted, “Wonder how these white supremacist lawmakers would feel if their little white girls were raped and impregnated by black men.

Source: Amanda Duarte’s Twitter

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Olivia Munn shared an image on Instagram that reads: “We should pass a woman’s heartbeat law: if a woman has a heartbeat, you can’t tell her what to do with her fucking body . already . period.”

Source: Olivia Munn’s Instagram

Avengers actor Mark Ruffalo tweeted: “Forced births and illegal abortions across state lines are retrograde and cruel. The Supreme Court has become divisive. Thanks to Alito and his ilk of radicals RW, which are toxic to the impartiality of the Court.

“Based on its arguments, the Supreme Court is now strictly political,” he concluded.

Source: Mark Ruffalo’s Twitter

What do you think of Stahl and Knickerbocker’s comments? Will you block them as they ask?

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