Pelosi: ‘We Cannot Allow Them To Take Charge’


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US Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) an extreme far-left  Marxist revolutionary, who is also the Speaker of the House, made what sounds a whole lot like a call for an insurrection against the US Republic- as she slurred and bumbled her way through a statement about Friday’s US Supreme Court ruling- which overturned 50 years of Roe V. Wade.

Pelosi was joined by a chorus of left-leaning media pundits, who acted shocked and dismayed at the ruling, and appeared to be gobsmacked at their loss of power.

Not only was one woman brought to tears, but former President Barack Obama threw a fit as well, obviously trying to trigger emotional leftists into a rage.

CNN reported that Pelosi was so upset about the ruling that she refused to say, “Good morning, saying it was not a good morning.”

Watch what happened in the mumble tank on Friday:

Pelosi’s office also released a statement about her hurt feelings:

“Today, the Republican-controlled Supreme Court has achieved the GOP’s dark and extreme goal of ripping away women’s right to make their own reproductive health decisions. Because of Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, the Republican Party and their supermajority on the Supreme Court, American women today have less freedom than their mothers.

“With Roe now out of their way, radical Republicans are charging ahead with their crusade to criminalize health freedom. In the Congress, Republicans are plotting a nationwide abortion ban. In the states, Republicans want to arrest doctors for offering reproductive care and women for terminating a pregnancy. GOP extremists are even threatening to criminalize contraception, as well as in-vitro fertilization and post-miscarriage care.

“A woman’s fundamental health decisions are her own to make, in consultation with her doctor and her loved ones – not to be dictated by far-right politicians. While Republicans seek to punish and control women, Democrats will keep fighting ferociously to enshrine Roe v. Wade into law.

“This cruel ruling is outrageous and heart-wrenching. But make no mistake: the rights of women and all Americans are on the ballot this November.”

And then the meltdown went on and on, on cable news programs.

Carmine Sabia reported for Conservative Brief and said:

“Television hosts on MSNBC and CNN were depressed and appeared to be on the verge of tears after the Supreme Court ended Roe V Wade protections. Jessica Schneider got emotional on CNN and on the verge of tears as she talked about the decision.”

According to a transcript, Schneider’s co-host said:

Jennifer, when you look at the Mississippi case here, the Dobbs case, this speaks to the broadness, of the decision. It has no exceptions for rape or incest as many of these trigger rape laws we see.

That’s quite a broad change in this country. Imagine your wife or girlfriend or daughter being raped but it also raises questions about IVF. What happens with embryos that are not implanted when women are seeking to have babies. Help folks at home understand how broad this goes.

Schneider said:

Listen, it’s a heartbreaking betrayal of half of the country. I’m getting – watching the women there. It’s emotional. It’s a real problem. People are talking about privacy issues. Can state who is are trying to criminalize abortion not just to the women getting them but doctors providing them, and people driving them to the clinic, are they going to be able to search your apps.

There’s apps that track menstrual cycles. How far are the states going the try to go in criminalizing every single aspect of women trying control their reproductive rights.

We don’t know what state will try to do. It’s going to be a patch work and lead to laws where they try to really invade people’s privacy in unprecedented ways and those will have to be challenged and work their way through the court. We’re talking about a period of chaos where women not only can’t be confident that they can get an abortion but can’t even be sure they have the right to track their own cycles.

To control other parts of their reproductive processes in a way. We have taken for granted not just for 50 years (unintelligible) to opinion. It looks almost identical to the leaked opinion including the phrase that Roe was egregiously wrong when it was decided. If this decision was egregiously wrong, more than a dozen Supreme Court justices since 1973 have said, it was actually quite right. This just gives you an idea of how different the five justices and the majority are. The three justices plus aletto and Thomas from the other Republican appointees.

A guest on CNN starts crying over the Roe v Wade decision- and one media outlet caught it.

WATCH:

Then jumped in a leading Marxist when Obama joined in the cryfest.

“Today, the Supreme Court not only reversed nearly 50 years of precedent, it relegated the most intensely personal decision someone can make to the whims of politicians and ideologues—attacking the essential freedoms of millions of Americans,” he said.

Today, the Supreme Court not only reversed nearly 50 years of precedent, it relegated the most intensely personal decision someone can make to the whims of politicians and ideologues—attacking the essential freedoms of millions of Americans.

“Across the country, states have already passed bills restricting choice. If you’re looking for ways to respond, @PPFA, @USOWomen, and many other groups have been sounding the alarm on this issue for years—and will continue to be on the front lines of this fight.

Doesn’t that sound a whole lot like they are calling for an insurrection?

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