This past Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade.

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According to Wiki.com, Roe vs. Wade is on, "the Constitution of the United States [and it] generally protects a pregnant woman's liberty to choose to have an abortion."

Luckily, abortions will still be made available to women in New Jersey.

Gov. Phil Murphy at a May 11 news conference on abortion. (@GovMurphy/Twitter)
Gov. Phil Murphy at a May 11 news conference on abortion. (@GovMurphy/Twitter)
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“To be clear: abortion is still legal and available in New Jersey. It is your right that is protected in New Jersey state law," said Kaitlyn Wojtowicz, Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey vice president of public affairs according Yahoo.com.

 

“This decision goes against the will of the people: 80% of Americans believe that abortion should be legal," Wojtowicz added.

My heart broke. Friends called me crying. This is a scary time.

A massive amount of public figures, celebrities, athletes and even politicians spoke out about the Supreme Court's decision.

The common theme amongst a large majority who posted is one thing: fear.

Whether you are against or in support of the whole abortion debate, just know that people are currently terrified while living in their own country.

Let's take a look at what New Jersey celebrities had to say about the big decision:

Danny DeVito....has a way with words....

Halsey has always been vocal about social justice issues and she had quite a bit to say about the Supreme Court's decision.

Kal Penn did not say anything other than retweeting the tweet below.

Kellyanne Conway kept things short and sweet.

Jill Biden was another public figure with a lot to say on the matter.

Jason Alexander has been very vocal about the Roe vs. Wade overturning. He has retweeted videos but his message below pretty much sums it up.

Now let's take a look at what other celebrities, athletes, politicians and other public figures had to say about Roe vs. Wade being overturned.

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