Ummm, does she even know what an abortion is?
A snowflake filmed her reation to seeing a pro-life sign while driving on the highway.
"Hysterical" doesn't even begin to describe her reaction.
She was in tears.
Her face was red.
And she screamed, "I wish I had been aborted!"
Are pro-abortionists soooo pro-abortion that they really wish they had been aborted?
We seriously doubt it…
As the great president Ronald Reagan said, "I've noticed how everyone for abortion has already been born!"
This snowflake is SO pro-abortion she wishes he hadn't been born!
Well, that's liberal indoctrination for ya.
See her crazy rant below:
Ever since the death of RGB, liberal snowflakes have been triggered.
There is fear among far left activists that if Trump gets another SCOTUS pick, that Roe vs. Wade will be overturned.
Politico appears to be pushing the narrative that conservatives will move to prevent abortions:
Republicans’ vows to quickly fill the vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death will dramatically accelerate the push to restrict abortion access, no matter what happens to Roe v. Wade.
There’s no guarantee that even an expanded conservative majority at the Supreme Court would target the landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide nearly 50 years ago, given some justices’ anxiety about overturning precedent. But even without touching Roe, the Court could greenlight many narrower restrictions that would effectively eliminate access to the procedure for much of the country.
Several cases in the court’s pipeline could allow the justices to effectively cut back access to the procedure without having to confront Roe head on. In a case already before the court, the Trump administration has asked the justices to overturn a federal judge’s decision that lifted restrictions on telemedicine abortions during the pandemic. The court could also soon consider bans on a common second-trimester abortion procedure, known as dilation and evacuation, that at least 10 states have sought to outlaw.
Many other cases are already moving along in federal courts that could give the justices an opportunity to uphold other abortion restrictions. And some of the court’s conservatives, most notably Justice Clarence Thomas, have long been pushing for the court to more aggressively reconsider longstanding precedent on abortion.
"There’s a tremendous amount they could do far short of overturning Roe," said Jennifer Dalven, the director of the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project. "But it’s no exaggeration to say that who gets to fill Ginsburg's seat will determine whether or not Roe gets overturned entirely."
To be sure, the court in its next term could decide to hear cases that more directly challenge Roe, which guarantees the right to an abortion up to the point of fetal viability, usually about 24 weeks into pregnancy. This includes recent state bans on abortion after a certain point early in pregnancy — which have so far been rejected by lower courts — and others that would outlaw termination of a pregnancy based on a fetus’ race, sex or disability.
A Missouri law that would ban abortions after 8 weeks of pregnancy, for example, is already before the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, while an Ohio law that would ban abortions when the reason is a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome is before the 6th Circuit.
Another issue both sides are closely watching is the push by some states to ban Medicaid patients from going to Planned Parenthood for non-abortion care. The Supreme Court will consider a petition on that out of South Carolina at the justices’ next conference in a few weeks.
“That’s an issue SCOTUS will not be able to duck,” predicted Steve Aden, the Chief Legal Officer at Americans United for Life, citing conflicting rulings at the circuit court level.
Perhaps instead of being worried about the Supreme Court, liberals should worry about the state of our education system.
It's clear that the snowflake in the video doesn't fully understand what abortion is, or else she would have never said she wishes she "had been aborted."
Liberal logic is dangerous, folks!