Biden Asked To Declare Public Health Emergency Over ABORTION Ruling

( After Roe v. Wade was overturned, Democrat Senators Elizabeth Warren and Tina Smith penned an op-ed in the New York Times demanding, among other things, that President Biden declare a public health emergency over abortion.

The pair hyperventilated over the Supreme Court “stripping away the constitutional right to an abortion,” and claimed that America would return to the days of back-alley abortions which Liz and Tina remember because they’re so old.

But there’s hope, these two women added.

Elected politicians and “everyday American” can help women gain access to abortion by supporting Planned Parenthood and other baby-killing organizations so they can expand abortion in states where it is legal.

They called on Americans to support pro-abortion candidates on the state level and urged Americans to encourage employers to pay their workers to travel out of state to kill their unborn babies.

Liz and Tina also boasted about the letter they sent to President Biden outlining executive orders he could sign to increase abortion access, including providing federal funding so women could travel out of state to kill their babies.

Then they urged Biden to declare a public health emergency to “protect abortion access for all Americans,” which is just another way of saying they urged President Biden to ignore the Supreme Court ruling returning abortion back to the states.

Then, big surprise here, they demanded “broad democracy reform,” including packing the Supreme Court and abolishing the filibuster in the Senate.

They crowed about a May NBC News poll that found 60 percent of Americans believe abortion should be legal “in all or most cases,” claiming the poll showed the majority of Americans are on their side.

But that’s a lie.

Liz Warren and Tina Smith don’t want abortion legal in “most cases.” They want abortion through all nine months of pregnancy in all fifty states. That is not supported by the majority of Americans.

A Harvard/Harris poll conducted last week found that 72 percent of Americans support a 15-week abortion ban. What’s more, only 31 percent believe Congress should have the authority to set abortion law nationwide while 44 percent want it left to the states.