An abortion rights advocate chained his neck to a fence on Monday after jumping over barricades and chanting "Overturn" at the Supreme Court building. According to reports and footage of the event, weeks after a leaked draft opinion showed the Supreme Court is poised to overturn abortion rights, Hell no!

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In front of the U.S. Supreme Court, an abortion-rights activistchains himself to a fence.

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The Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights supporter tied himself to the fence with a metal chain and a bike lock.

Reichstadter was confronted by anti-abortion protesters who shouted at him, "Abortion is violence" and "Roe v. Wade has to go."

Reichstadter chained himself to the fence with a contraption around his neck and was arrested by Supreme Court Police.

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While my daughters' rights are taken away, I can't sit back and watch. Reichstadter said in an interview that he needed to be here because the streets aren't full of fathers.

Key Background

The fate of abortion rights is in the hands of the Supreme Court. The Guttmacher Institute predicts that 26 states will ban abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Wade. In the aftermath of the leaked draft opinion, thousands of people marched for abortion rights. According to recent polls, most Americans think that abortion should not be banned completely. According to a poll conducted by Gallup after the draft opinion was leaked, a growing number of voters say abortion will be a factor in how they vote in the next election.

The protester is trying to get to the Supreme Court.

A poll suggests that abortion will affect Americans' votes more than ever.

Thousands of people support abortion rights nationwide.