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‘Supreme Court Made Some Horrible Decisions’: Biden Rejects Abortion Decision Again, Says His Administration Will Fight It In The States

  • President Joe Biden once again criticized the Supreme Court on Saturday
  • “The Supreme Court has made some terrible decisions,” he said
  • Biden said his administration would focus on the fight for reproductive rights at the state level
  • ‘The decision is implemented by states. My government is going to focus on how they are managing it and whether they are breaking any other laws,” he said

President Joe Biden again criticized the Supreme Court on Saturday, saying it made some “terrible decisions.”

He declined to answer questions about whether or not the judges should face time limits or whether the court should be expanded.

“The Supreme Court has made some terrible decisions,” Biden said at an event where he signed a landmark gun law.

Six of the nine judges are appointed by Republican presidents.

President Joe Biden again criticized the Supreme Court on Saturday, saying it made some

President Joe Biden again criticized the Supreme Court on Saturday, saying it made some “terrible decisions.”

Biden began to criticize the Supreme Court signing of the bill for its Friday decision quashing Roe v. Wade — the landmark case that made abortion legal in the country.

The decision sparked outrage and joy with protests and celebrations flaring up across the country as pro-choice advocates expressed outrage and pro-life supporters rejoiced.

However, Democrats showed their anger and Biden is under heavy pressure to use his executive powers to do something. His administration has also urged Congress to codify abortion rights into law.

Biden said his administration would focus on fighting for reproductive rights at the state level.

“I know how painful a devastating decision is for so many Americans. I mean so many Americans. The decision is implemented by states. My government is going to focus on how they run it and whether they are breaking other laws, such as deciding as people cross state lines to get public health services. And then we will take action to protect women’s rights and reproductive health.’

The state’s attorneys general are likely to be the frontline of the defense as the fight against abortion continues across the country. They are the most senior legal officers in their country and can file additional lawsuits related to reproductive rights.

Large crowd of protesters fill Washington Square Park to protest the Supreme Court ruling declaring Roe V Wade.  will be destroyed

Large crowd of protesters fill Washington Square Park to protest the Supreme Court ruling declaring Roe V Wade. will be destroyed

Vice President Kamala Harris met with the state’s attorneys general last week ahead of the Supreme Court decision as the government prepared for its expected ruling.

“I’ve asked these attorneys general to meet with us, knowing they have a critical role to play in defending women’s reproductive freedom and their rights to make decisions about their own bodies,” Harris said at the start of the report. the meeting.

She said the attorneys general may have to challenge any Supreme Court ruling.

“As reproductive rights are being restricted in our country and may soon be passed by the Supreme Court, I think we believe and we have started preliminary discussions about how the Attorney Generals have the power, perhaps at the very least, to issue guidelines to ensure make sure the people of their state know their rights, that they have the power to assess and potentially challenge the constitutionality of laws passed in their states,” she said.

Harris has led the administration of President Joe Biden in defending abortion and reproductive rights.

Biden called it “a most solemn moment” and a “sad day for the court and the country” after the ruling was withdrawn on Friday.

“The court is literally taking America back 150 years,” Biden said.

“It just baffles me,” he said.

The president called on Congress to restore rights held in Roe — and told abortion rights supporters to vote for candidates who share that belief in the midterm elections.

Biden also promised that his administration would make sure women were not barred from traveling to states that still allow abortion — and would have access to drugs that terminate pregnancies.

“I call on everyone, as much as they care about this decision, to keep all protests peaceful, peaceful and peaceful — no harassment,” Biden said.

“This decision should not be the last word,” the president also said. “This isn’t over yet.”

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