President Joe Biden vehemently criticized the Supreme Court’s decision to preserve abortion rights on Friday and called on Congress to conceal access to federal law.
“It’s a sad day for the court and the country,” Biden said as he commented on Cross Hall at the White House.
“Now the United States Supreme Court has apparently removed constitutional law from Americans who already recognize it,” he said. “They don’t limit it, they just take it. That didn’t make it a right that’s so important to many Americans, but they did. ”
A Conservative majority in court on Friday voted for Roe v. Because Wade supports the Mississippi Act, Wade prohibits almost all abortions during the last 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Judge Samuel Alito, who also wrote the council’s bomb proposal, which leaked to the public earlier this year, wrote that Roe was “grossly wrong from the start.”
“Abortion is a deep moral issue,” Alito wrote. “The constitution does not prohibit the citizens of any state from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey have challenged this power. The court overturned these decisions and returned that power to the people and their constituents. Representatives.”
Three liberal judges of the Supreme Court criticized the majority opinion, writing that the decision essentially “says that a woman has no right to speak at the time of conception.”
Biden said he believed Roe’s decision was a good one, calling Friday’s decision a “tragic mistake” in the High Court. Biden called on Congress to take action to promote abortion rights at the federal level.
“No executive action by the president can do that,” Biden said.
“Roe is in the mood this fall,” he added.
“This decision should not be the last word,” he said. “You can trade with your voice. You can have the last word. ”
He mentioned the influence of President Donald Trump by name.
“These are three judges appointed by President Donald Trump who are at the heart of the current decision to raise the scales of justice and abolish the fundamental right of women in the country,” he said.
“Make no mistake: this decision is the culmination of a deliberate attempt to upset the balance of our law over the decades,” he said. “It is the fulfillment of a serious ideology and, in my opinion, a terrible mistake by the Supreme Court.”
Abortion rights activists have previously told ABC News that they believe Biden can use the Food and Drug Administration and Medicaid to fill care gaps.
Biden took such a step on Friday, ordering the Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the FDA, to take steps to protect access to abortion drugs after Roe’s conversion. . Biden also expressed concern on Friday that the decision would affect other Supreme Court decisions related to the idea of privacy – such as contraception and the right to same-sex marriage.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said in a positive opinion on Friday that such unrestricted rights should be reconsidered.
Thomas specifically called for a review of Griswold v. Connecticut, which introduced the right of couples to use contraception; Lawrence v. Texas, which protects the right to same-sex romantic relationships; and Obergefell v. Hodges, which introduced the right to same-sex marriage.
“Since any resolution of the dispute appears to be ‘incorrect’, we have a duty to ‘confirm’ the error by ‘correcting the above’,” he wrote.
The Supreme Court’s decision was immediately upheld by individuals on both sides of the abortion debate. Biden called on the Americans to keep all the protests calm.
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