The Dodgers and Mets got to play a good game on Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles, treating fans to a very exciting game. It ended up going into extras and New York walked away with the series split. But it was a pretty great game all around.
But one moment in the 4th inning had heads turning all around the stadium. That was when a group of Pro-choice activists unfurled an incredibly large banner in protest of the leaked draft that the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v Wade. They felt a Dodgers game was a good place to get the attention of the public.
And did it ever get attention. The banner came all the way down from the Top Deck to the Reserve Level. The Dodgers security team quickly rushed in to have the banner removed from the game. So while it wasn’t up long, it did get the attention of everyone in the stadium within eyesight.
Abortion-rights activists in Los Angeles unfurled a banner reading "Overturn Roe? Hell no!" during Sunday's Dodgers-Mets matchup at Dodger Stadium. pic.twitter.com/rzNVkGn7fR
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 6, 2022
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