Celebrities react to Supreme Court’s plan to flip Roe v. Wade

In the news that stunned America, the Supreme Court is reported to be set to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, which could mark the end of abortion rights protections at the federal level.

Politico Reports indicate that a draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito was circulated within the court, stating that, at least in Alito’s words, “Roe was grossly wrong from the start.” The ruling, if put into law, would mean that legalizing abortion would become a state issue, rather than an overall federal issue.

Alito, referring to the “court’s opinion,” said abortion needs to be dealt with more molecularly by state governments.

“We carry it Ro And Casey It must be abolished… It is time to pay attention to the constitution and to return the question of abortion to the elected representatives of the people.”

In a truly bizarre reflection of the times we live in, news of the opinion draft permeated across people’s timelines with photos of various celebrities at the 2022 Met Gala. However, some of those who did not walk the carpet took to social media to blow up the decision, with many describing it as yet another attack on reproductive rights.

Kathy Griffin said she noticed Hillary Clinton was in attendance at the event, and said she wouldn’t have let this happen if she had been elected president when she ran in 2016.

Clinton specifically warned that this could happen during her 2016 campaign that Donald Trump might elect people to the Supreme Court that would eventually overturn the landmark 1973 ruling.

Just think of Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee. The man who could become president said there should be some form of “punishment” for women seeking abortions. He pledged to appoint the Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade. And last year, he said he shut down the government rather than fund Planned Parenthood…

If we send Trump to the White House and send a Republican majority to Congress, he can achieve any — or all — of those things.

George Takei did not soften the words, saying “they went too far” and calling on people to protest in any way possible.

Sophia Bush shared a photo of the barricades in front of the Supreme Court building, just minutes after the ruling was leaked, and criticized the court for making sure she felt safe inside while “taking away our rights and condemning women to death” outside.

Actress Amber Tamblyn said the Supreme Court’s decision meant declaring “war on more than half of its citizens – women and childbirth everywhere”.

It should now be noted that this leaked draft opinion is by no means final. A lot can change before the age of judgment, and Politico Reports he does often. The post also says that the ruling will not be final until it is published, which is likely to happen over the next few months.

This story is developing.