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WATCH: Pocahontas Flips Out Over Impending Ruling … Tucker Takes Her To School

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As a Senator and professor at Harvard Law Elizabeth Warren should be the one with legal and moral clarity on the relevance of this ruling. Instead, she’s as unhinged as everyone else.

SCOTUS appears poised to strike down Roe v Wade. Instead of being incensed about whoever leaked the draft ruling, and the implications about the rule of law, Pocahontas was more upset about the threat this might mean to their cash cow at Planned Parenthood what has been sometimes misnamed ‘reproductive rights’ … as though the positive right to reproduce is what they are trying to promote here, instead of its negative opposite.

Even the notorious RBG went on record criticizing the ruling itself as badly decided, even if she was politically aligned with the implications of the ruling.

Casual observers of the Supreme Court who came to the Law School to hear Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speak about Roe v. Wade likely expected a simple message from the longtime defender of reproductive and women’s rights: Roe was a good decision.

Those more acquainted with Ginsburg and her thoughtful, nuanced approach to difficult legal questions were not surprised, however, to hear her say just the opposite, that Roe was a faulty decision. For Ginsburg, the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision that affirmed a woman’s right to an abortion was too far-reaching and too sweeping, and it gave anti-abortion rights activists a very tangible target to rally against in the four decades since. —ChicagoLaw

That didn’t stop Liz Warren’s public meltdown.

She IS angry. Angry and upset and determined.

She never batted an eye when New York or Vermont made abortion through the full 9 months legal — contrary to the actual wording of the Roe v. Wade decision.

But let any state with priorities different than hers make changes to the law moving the lever in the OTHER direction and she’s ready to start pounding the war drums.

Since this Harvard Law prof has taken complete leave of her rational mind, here’s a news television host giving the nuanced explanation Professor and Senator Warren would be giving if she was an actual serious person who hadn’t devolved into a hopelessly hysterical partisan over the abortion issue.

Is THIS shrieking harpy really someone who thought she might make good Presidential material?

As bad as the sock puppet we’ve got there now, and the creepy patronizing narcissist he’s got as his veep might be (and it’s BAD) — maybe there is still a bright side.

With Warren in charge, it’s possible we could have done (even) worse.

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