Dems Declare SCOTUS ‘Illegitimate,’ Incite Mobs, Urge Them To Defy Laws

The Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) generated controversy by posting to Twitter calling the Supreme Court “illegitimate” following its ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“It isn’t up to you, this illegitimate court, or a bunch of state elected officials to decide what happens to a woman’s body … that choice belongs to a woman and no one else! Period!!!” wrote DNC Chair Jaime Harrison.

He was writing in action to Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) who stated, “Today’s decision by the Supreme Court is a long overdue constitutional correction allowing for elected officials in the states to decide issues of life.”

Graham continued: “Roe was Constitutionally unsound from its inception as the flawed legal theory behind the decision gives unlimited power to five unelected Supreme Court justices. I believe it was one of the largest power grabs in the history of the Supreme Court.”

Abortion has actually been a political landmine for the last 50 years with assistance for it or opposition to it tending to fall along party lines. Dissentious responses to the judgment followed rhetoric the nation has actually seen for years.

U.S. House Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) reacted to the choice by assaulting Republicans in a speech on the House flooring.

“I think it’s important for us to also tackle this myth that this is somehow about babies or children or life. Because the same individuals who purport — claim — to be protecting life, fight against universal healthcare.” she said. “Do they believe in life after birth from their policy positions? I assure you the evidence is lacking.”

California Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D) joined protesters in front of a barrier outside the Supreme Court structure, stating,

“To hell with the Supreme Court. We will defy them.” continuing to incite the mob, shouting, “We will be out by the thousands. We will be out by the millions”.

Democrats, who now have few options to address abortion laws at the federal level, are eschewing the obvious solution of engaging politically at the state level, despite the much lower barrier of entry. And are instead electing to turn their focus toward protests, riots, threats and trying to mobilize their base for the upcoming midterm elections.

H/T Timcast

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