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Elizabeth Warren Incites Angry Crowd in Front of SCOTUS Over Abortion

Elizabeth Warren Incites Angry Crowd in Front of SCOTUS Over Abortion

Calm down, lady.

Someone alert the January 6 commission. Elizabeth Warren showcased an incitement that could lead to an insurrection:

WARREN: “I am angry because an extremist United States Supreme Court thinks that they can impose their extremist views on all of the women of this country and they are wrong!”

CROWD (cheering): “Yes!”

WARREN: “I am angry because we have reached the culmination of what Republicans have been fighting for, angling for, for decades now, and we are going to fight back!

(Cheering)

I am angry because of who will pay the price for this. It will not be wealthy women. Wealthy women can get on an airplane, they can fly to another state. They can fly to another country. They can get the protection they need. This will fall on the poorest women in our country.”

Warren appeared “shaken” after leaving SCOTUS. She’s acting like the end of the world is happening. I guess to people like her the world is ending because women cannot murder their unborn child.

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CommoChief | May 4, 2022 at 9:23 am

The benefit of the leak is that it pushes the initial d/prog response, such as Sen Warren’s sputtering rage further from Nov. Ultimately it means that these loons have more time to work through and process this to reach a state of acceptance of a new reality where Roe is overturned and the abortion battle moves to the State level.

Sure they will fume and threaten until the final decision is published and for some time after. They will fundraise and grandstand with quixotic attempts to undo the decision in Congress. Eventually they run out of steam. More importantly the intense media coverage will do a better job than usual of laying out the end state and informing voters of the actual reality on the ground in their State v the hyperbolic dystopian claims the d/prog politicians will be making. There are many more issues other than abortion for voters to worry about. It’s one issue among many.

    Barry in reply to CommoChief. | May 4, 2022 at 11:16 am

    I was just going to say that the leak is actually dynamite level popcorn action.

    Watching these nuts is pure comedy.

    RandomCrank in reply to CommoChief. | May 4, 2022 at 12:06 pm

    In other words, they need to have a good cry. Both sides are going to screw this up.

    Abortion is like gun rights in Congress. National politicians way out of sync with their voters and would like the issue to go away. The vast majority of voters want legal but rare abortion rights. And everyone pretty much owns guns these days. It’s exhausting to be continually berated and assaulted by a small but loud minority fascists over toxic and losing causes. This will blow over soon enough. Just another CNN/MSNBC lead balloon that one of their idiots will ride into the sunset as they work themselves out of a job.

With all due respect, which is none, STFU, Liawatha.

Jack Klompus | May 4, 2022 at 9:32 am

What a useless shrew.

    Peabody in reply to Jack Klompus. | May 4, 2022 at 9:54 am

    If Skakespeare had met Elizabeth Warren he never would’ve wrote about taming a shrew. She is so out of control that animal control is afraid to go near her.

      Jack Klompus in reply to Peabody. | May 4, 2022 at 10:17 am

      These useless politicians and academics who’ve accumulated piles of personal wealth while producing absolutely nothing of value to humanity are the scum of the earth. Especially the ones that have acquired their fortunes by peddling bs about “caring about working people” or some other “progressive” tripe.

      Observer in reply to Peabody. | May 4, 2022 at 5:04 pm

      She’s a demagogue. There should be a photo of her next to that word in the dictionary.

Steven Brizel | May 4, 2022 at 9:59 am

Warren is a woke extremist-look at how many of her protegees are serving in this administration on domestic issues

Democrats have had so much to rage about in the last few months. Rage only takes you so far and then people wear out. Ultimately, “it’s the economy stupid”

Inciting an insurrection. Impeach!!!

    guyjones in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 4, 2022 at 11:00 am

    Dotard Biden says to you: “C’mon, man!!! It’s only an “insurrection” if conservatives are involved. If Dumb-o-crats are engaged in violence, destruction, intimidation and other assorted, goose-stepping, brownshirted thuggery, it’s a righteous, “peaceful protest.”

There is a sizable number of single-issue voters, and the Dems are hoping that this one issue will save them. It has the potential to do so.

The powers not enumerated to the Federal government were reserved to the States and to the People. Roe v. Wade put the decision where it must be, with the individual most affected. Anything else will result in the power for either the Feds or the States to COERCE abortion. Nobody yet has proposed a workable way to LIMIT the DIRECTION of a State or Federal decision, once the power is granted.

We are looking at the Slaughter of the Innocents, probably starting in California, and given the endless depravity of the Democrat Party, within two years. The people who will force schoolchildren to take faulty experimental vaccines will have no problem telling pregnant women to give up, now, on any child that fails any kinds of “test” they choose. After that, political affiliation will not be far behind. They will make China’s One Child Policy look temperate.

This celebration is hugely premature.

    CommoChief in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 10:58 am

    Valerie,

    Overturning Roe, assuming that it occurs, has several benefits:
    1. Reinvigorated Federalism in which the urge to nationalize every issue, particularly divisive culture war issues, are returned to the States and out of the hands of Congress and/or Federal CT.
    2. Many States have enacted laws that ‘trigger’ when/if Roe is overturned that severely limit abortion while other States retain their pre Roe statutes so there is already a good deal of clarity about the immediate consequences.
    3. You are correct that some States will do their up most to enshrine abortion availability. The voters in those States will ultimately pass judgement at the ballot box.
    4. People can vote with their feet and relocate to a State that more closely matches their culture and ideology. It’s already occurring and this may accelerate the trend.

    Finally, I disagree with your contention that the decision about abortion must rest exclusively ‘with the individual most affected’. You are are advocating that the only voice which matters is that of the Mother. You disregard the input of the Father and fail to make the logical step to argue for ending financial or other obligations based upon your preference that only the Mothers voice counts. More importantly you mischaracterized whom is most affected; the baby being killed.

    Barry in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 11:25 am

    “Anything else will result in the power for either the Feds or the States to COERCE abortion.”

    So, if SCOTUS rules against Roe and returns the issue to the states, where it belongs, you think the state will “COERCE” abortion?

    Exactly what is preventing the states from doing so now?

    “They will make China’s One Child Policy look temperate.”
    Is that you, Pocahontas?

    I’m flabbergasted at what people will suggest to keep the killing of babies going.

      txvet2 in reply to Barry. | May 4, 2022 at 12:40 pm

      “”Exactly what is preventing the states from doing so now?””

      Repudiating her comment in one sentence. In point of fact, blue states are already doing everything in their power short of legislation to coerce (especially minority) women into abortion.

    JRaeL in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 1:20 pm

    “Roe v. Wade put the decision where it must be, with the individual most affected.”

    Your announcement that vigilante justice is now legit will no doubt get a shrug from cartel members but will be a beacon of hope for the loved ones of murder victims.

    Arminius in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 1:59 pm

    Valerie, the individual most affected by an abortion is the dead child.

    Arminius in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 2:49 pm

    “Anything else will result in the power for either the Feds or the States to COERCE abortion.”

    Gallopin’ Ghost of the Java coast! Where does this nugget of insanity come from?

    One of the arguments against Roe vs. Wade is that the SCOTUS divined a right to privacy in the 14th Amendment, and from the emanations and penumbras of that amendment they determined abortion was protected by that right of privacy. A little problem with that reasoning, if you can call it reasoning, is that abortion was illegal in every single state* when the 14th Amendment was ratified in 1866. It is impossible to argue that the 14th Amendment somehow contains a right to a procedure that was and remained illegal for a century after it became part of the Constitution.

    But the amazing thing is you imagine the pro-lifers are now going to turn around and COERCE women to have abortions. That’s news to me as a pro-life Christian, and it’s going to be news to all those women who think I’m going to force them to give birth if Roe v. Wade is repealed.

    Please, tell us all how this is supposed to work.

      Arminius in reply to Arminius. | May 4, 2022 at 3:07 pm

      *Abortion was prohibited by English common law at least since the 14th century. There are old court records throughout Great Britain dating back that far. Of course, it was only illegal after what was called “quickening.” That was when the pregnant woman could first detect movement of the child in the womb (and later when a physician could first tell the woman was pregnant using the rudimentary medical techniques of the time). Consequently there were a lot of women taking herbal abortifacients or using ancient methods like sitting on a hot, steaming pot of water if they suspected they might be pregnant prior to quickening.

      Naturally, as British colonies English common law prevailed in North America and was adopted wholesale when the United States became independent. These laws were weak and hard to enforce. The only way a court could establish if the abortion was post-quickening was to rely on the woman’s testimony. If the woman didn’t want the child figure the odds of getting that. Beginning around 1820 some states eliminated the distinction between pre and post quickening; any induced abortion was illegal. But strengthening abortion laws really didn’t take off until after the Civil War.

      There were a lot of abortions in the mid-1800s and very few prosecutions. But the laws against abortion were there, in all U.S. states and territories, when the 14th Amendment was ratified.

    Milhouse in reply to Valerie. | May 4, 2022 at 7:02 pm

    Roe v. Wade put the decision where it must be, with the individual most affected.

    The individual most affected is the baby.

“I am personally going to demand to speak to Judge Alito’s supervisor!”

SCREEEEEEEEEEEEEEECH!!!!!

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 4, 2022 at 11:08 am

    What the hell is she talking about. The judiciary is allegedly independent (and equal to) the other branches of federal government. Any attempt for Warren to “speak to Alito’s supervisor” is a direct threat to the independence of the judiciary and should not be allowed to happen.

    RandomCrank in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 4, 2022 at 12:10 pm

    I didn’t watch the video, but maybe I ought to do that. She really said that? Karen wants to talk to the manager?! No shit? That laugh might be worth listening to the rest. LOL!

Jack Klompus | May 4, 2022 at 10:26 am

I don’t know who’s worse – Chief Blabbering Harpy or the airheads who support and cheer her on like a bunch of trained seals flapping their flippers hoping for a fish.

    Barry in reply to Jack Klompus. | May 4, 2022 at 11:26 am

    The trained seals. But for them we wouldn’t get the mentally ill in positions of power.

    henrybowman in reply to Jack Klompus. | May 4, 2022 at 2:06 pm

    Those people need that fish, every day, so they don’t have to learn to fish.
    And they know what side their fish is buttered on.

      Peabody in reply to henrybowman. | May 4, 2022 at 3:23 pm

      Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day.

        Milhouse in reply to Peabody. | May 4, 2022 at 11:33 pm

        Give a man a fire and he’ll be warm for a day. Set him on fire and he’ll be warm for the rest of his life. (credit: Sir PTerry Pratchett)

Involuntary commintment should be considered for this shrill, deranged harpy. Like most Leftists, her and reality (truth) are strangers. I wouldn’t think a major policy advocating killing unborn babies as something to be proud of.

    Milhouse in reply to Romey. | May 4, 2022 at 11:34 pm

    No, involuntary commitment is only possible if the person is a threat to herself or others. Being utterly delusional doesn’t count, unless she’s likely to imagine someone is attacking her, and stab them in self defense.

    henrybowman in reply to Romey. | May 5, 2022 at 2:56 am

    Warren is desperately trying to revive her own relevance. This is just a cringeworthy failure.

“I am angry because the cash flow has been poor lately but being angry about a service I don’t care about because I’ll never need it looks like a way to boost donations!”

    AnAdultInDiapers in reply to irv. | May 5, 2022 at 3:55 am

    Oh please. Look at all the men posting on here sharing their anger at abortion, even though not a single one of them will ever be in danger of pregnancy.

    I am very much not a fan of Warren but that attack line against her is just asinine.

So what’s the actual impact of this ruling if its handed down as per the leak?

Democrats will continue to be able to kill babies right up to and past birth with gay abandoned while in Republican States it will be slightly less convenient to be able to kill babies.

So no real change.

Then again looking at the calibre of those being getting all outrageously outragety of this ruling its probably just as well that these humans of undetermined sex are not in the breeding section of society!

Shouldn’t the WH Disinformation Board be censoring her loony ravings? This is a perfect opportunity to show that they are truly nonpartisan.

I’m sure they will show up any minute now …

Chief Spreading Bull Fauxcahontas, an utterly vile, mendacious, useless, self-aggrandizing, narcissistic, self-promoting and cancerous crone, harridan, termagant, shrew, demagogue and zealot.

E Howard Hunt | May 4, 2022 at 11:15 am

Warren was not enraged or visibly shaken. It is all a self-serving act.

    Good point. We tend to forget that politicians and Hollywood actors have a lot in common. Is Brandon able to do much more than read a script?

    healthguyfsu in reply to E Howard Hunt. | May 4, 2022 at 8:42 pm

    Came here to say just this. The robot activated a program to make it appear as though human.

    Warren hasn’t had a legitimate human emotion in public for over a decade.

Camperfixer | May 4, 2022 at 11:25 am

If there ever was a proper use for a rabies pole…that was it.

But when they assemble to incite anarchy it’s not called an insurrection. See how that works.

Oh Liz, why didn’t you Dems pass a law sometime in the last 50 years to protect abortion? You even had a filibuster proof majority for a couple of years. Could it be that the Dems didn’t actually care about women having access to abortion, but instead only cared about weaponizing the fear of overturning Roe to raise money and increase votes?

I have found this all very interesting, especially Alito’s leaked draft.
I have always been reluctantly pro-choice. I think abortions should be allowed, but that they should be rare (something they surely are not.)

I never really thought much about Roe v. Wade and how it came about or if it was a good decision or not. After reading Alito’s exceptional paper, I am now thoroughly convinced that Roe was a horrible decision by SCOTUS. They seriously overstepped their authority and constitutional mandate. I am very happy that it is now going back to the states where it belongs.

I also find the hysterics on the left so illogical. No one is “banning” abortion. The blue states will still have full access. All this does is make it a little inconvenient for women in states with bans to get an abortion. They will have to hop on a greyhound and maybe spend a night out of town. No doubt there will be many organizations paying their way if they can’t afford that. And even a pro-choice guy like me thinks it is probably a good idea to make abortion a little less convenient than it is now.

Chief Shrieking Crow shows how emotionally unstable she is. She lives in a bubble of left wing hatred. A cult.

Guardian79 | May 4, 2022 at 1:30 pm

Insurrection!

Comanche Voter | May 4, 2022 at 1:38 pm

Gee–if I were a non cognitively impaired Democrat (about as rare as a unicorn) I’d say that Princess Spreading Bull was “inciting an insurrection” and “an assault on our democracy”. But mainly she was just being a bit of a silly twit.

I am not a biologist so I can’t claim to know this for certain; but doesn’t the preborn baby have its own body? Now I get pointing this out to Moloch brigade does pose a danger. That danger is the gobsmack moment they realize that having a born baby having a body separate from the mother yet still dependent on her make infanticide justified for any of the reasons justified for abortion.

I do know the wording of some pending / current legislation would allow this but we were told that was a mistake. I’ll concede they want to correct such language. Not because they would not argue for infanticide but because linking abortion and infanticide requires intellectual honesty. And we well know that honesty is not a welcome guest in their house.

There is no mystery in sex and conception, a woman and man have four choices, and an equal right to self-defense through reconciliation (no “heroes”, Capitol or otherwise). Women and men need to relearn the fine art of conservativism or self-moderation, and, not shared/shifted, but personal responsibility of mature and striving individuals and states of humanity.

Demos-cracy is aborted with a wicked solution at The Twilight Fringe (e.g. “emanation from penumbras”, conflation of logical domains).

2smartforlibs | May 4, 2022 at 3:01 pm

Fauxcahontas it’s called INSURRECTION.

Juris Doctor | May 4, 2022 at 3:29 pm

I rarely if ever say this, but Pocahontas is right.

Alito acknowleges that the 9th amendment provides an independent basis for a constitutonal right to abortion on pages 9, 10, and 26 and he offeres mp exlanation why that supposedly does not hold true today.

    Milhouse in reply to Juris Doctor. | May 4, 2022 at 11:55 pm

    You are lying again. On none of those pages does he acknowledge any such thing. Quite the contrary, on page 9 he mocks Roe for being unable to make up its mind in which amendment this newly invented right could be found; the ninth was only one of the possibilities it threw at the target, in the hope that something might stick. On pages 10 and 26 the ninth is simply mentioned in passing in a footnote. And he’s very clear on why it is impossible to base a right to abortion in the ninth: Because there is no dispute that no such right existed when either the 9th or the 14th were ratified.

funny how I never thought of Indians as being in the crowds that cheered their Fuhrer in Triumph of the Will.
Is she a relative of Robert Mueller?

I looks like LIawath, Princess Spreadin’ Bull needs to be tried for insurrection.

Juris Doctor | May 4, 2022 at 8:46 pm

Historical reminder

Roe v. Wade recieve five of the seven votes from conservative nominees s in the affirmative

Harry Blackmun (R-Nixon)
Lewis Powell (R-Nixon)
Warren Burger (R-Nixon)
William Brennan (R-Eisenhower)
Potter Stewart (R-Eisenhower)

Casey, was authored by Reagan Nominee Sandra Day O’Connor
and received 3 affirmative votes from conservative nominees

O’Connor (R-Reagan)
Kennedy (R-Reagan)
Blackmun (R-Kennedy)

    Milhouse in reply to Juris Doctor. | May 5, 2022 at 12:02 am

    “Conservative nominees”?! You mean justices who were nominated by Republican presidents. Of what possible relevance is that? Being nominated by a Republican, or even by a conservative, magically makes a justice conservative?! Conservatives are supposed to be impressed by whatever such a justice says?! Next you’ll be telling us that Souter was a conservative. Idiot.

    Anyone who suggests Brennan was a conservative is a liar or an idiot. Or both. He was Souter before Souter.

From twitter:
“She hasn’t been this mad since she got her DNA report”.

So will the FBI put 725 agents on the leak? Or are they all busy tracking down Trump supporters and LEGO sets?

Wonder if Ms. Warren’s mom is having second thoughts about birthing this witch.

So, are they going to convene a “commission” do decide whether or not Warren is “inciting” the crowd?
Ole’ Pochohantas is beating the war drum.

Lizzy Fauxcahontus is a disgusting phony moron, who insults America by her mere presence…

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