Radical Left Explodes Over Roe’s Demise

The Supreme Court on Friday ended the nebulous constitutional right to abortion by overturning 1973’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision. The left, not surprisingly, lost their collective minds.

In the 6-3 ruling on the Dobbs case — But 5-4 on overturning Roe — Justice Samuel Alito said abortion is a “profoundly moral question.” He further declared the authority to decide on this controversial issue is back with “the people and their elected representatives.”

Justice Sonia Sotomayor vehemently disagreed. The liberal jurist wrote for the dissenting justices and said that “from the very moment of fertilization,” a woman has no rights.” She argued that states may now force their moral choices on women.

President Joe Biden concurred. In a Friday afternoon address to the nation, the president dubiously claimed this to be the first time the court has overturned a “constitutional right.” Revealingly, he declared that in the November midterms, “Roe is on the ballot.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) warned that Republicans are “plotting a nationwide abortion ban.” She then absurdly correlated the earlier decision on concealed carry laws and the 2nd Amendment — which is clear — with the “constitutional” right to abortion.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid railed against “SCOTUS Christianists” who made women who get pregnant “state property.”

Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson called the ruling the “opening salvo on our bodies and self-determination.” She termed Friday’s decision “enraging,” “absurd,” and “insane.”

Extremist abortion supporters Jane’s Revenge, which already claims responsibility for multiple firebombings and attacks on pro-life targets, issued a dire warning. The radicals called for a “summer of rage” at a time when an assassination attempt has already been made on a sitting justice.

Jill Filipovic, a radical feminist author, tweeted that the Supreme Court must be expanded. She further told everyone who accused feminists of being hysterical to “go to hell.”

Even moderate Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said Congress needs to “codify” rights previously granted by the Roe decision.

Many states have so-called “trigger laws” which were passed to immediately put restrictions on abortions if the Supreme Court overturned Roe. And just minutes after Friday’s decision, Missouri enacted the first law banning all abortions in the state except for medical emergencies.

The high court on Friday unraveled nearly half a century of erroneous law that proved tragic for millions of unborn children. And now, the nation is poised for another summer of violence from the left, just two years removed from the last.