The Internet’s Best Reactions To Nationwide Marriage Equality

The last paragraph of the SCOTUS official ruling:

Joe is running through the halls with a rainbow flagged tied on like a cape high fiving everyone. #MarriageEquaility #LoveWins #SCOTUS
— Jill Biden (@JillBidenVeep) June 26, 2015

The justices in favor were Sonia Sotomayor, Anthony Kennedy, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The Notorious RBG #SCOTUS https://t.co/3JmxzPvaLq
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) June 26, 2015

 
This billboard in Columbus, OH used to say “One man and one woman” until someone painted over it:

 
After these past two #SCOTUS decisions, GOP candidates be like: pic.twitter.com/oKCue55Pdw
— Doug Kievit (@DougKievit) June 26, 2015

 
This man immediately proposed to his boyfriend on the steps of the Supreme Court Building in Washington:

 

 
This helpful infographic shows all of the US states where same-sex marriage is now legal. #scotus pic.twitter.com/D78daxMACQ
— HOW Design (@HOWbrand) June 26, 2015

 

 

 
This building accepts, supports and celebrates #MarriageEquality but you can’t? Something’s wrong with you. pic.twitter.com/CBUOlYnIPW
— Closeted Gay Guy (@CGGuy44) June 26, 2015

 

 
Those people ate all that Chic Fil A for nothing.
— Evan (@elsplice) June 26, 2015

 
Best Pride Month ever?

http://t.co/Ho4oFZuDfH #SCOTUS pic.twitter.com/QFEJ0gR491
— Condé Nast Traveler (@CNTraveler) June 26, 2015

 
A Texas pastor said he would set himself on fire if the SCOTUS ruled in favor of gay marriage:

 
To anyone who is already complaining…
#LoveWon
#SCOTUS pic.twitter.com/Qsh8M0JdmD
— My Daughter’s Army (@mydaughtersarmy) June 26, 2015

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