Seething Elizabeth Warren rants breathlessly over ‘Roe v Wade’ peril: ‘I am angry!’

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was on the warpath Tuesday in response to reports that the Supreme Court reportedly is set to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Surrounded by members of the media in pursuit of a soundbite, a visible upset, even shaking Warren didn’t disappoint when asked, “How are you feeling?”

“I am angry,” Warren shot back, as she walked on Capitol Hill, adding while she and an aide trampled through a bed of mulch and plants, media in tow, “Angry and upset and determined. The United States Congress can keep Roe v. Wade the law of the land. They just need to do it.”

Betraying an awkward familiarity, a reported replied, “I’ve never seen you so angry. You seem to be–”

“The Republicans have been working toward this day for decades,” Warren said, cutting her off. “They have been out there plotting, carefully cultivating these Supreme Court justices so they could have a majority on the bench who would accomplish something that a majority of Americans do not want.”

As for the claim that a “majority” supports abortion being a reflection of polling on the issue. A Gallup survey found that 48 percent of Americans say abortion should be legal only under certain circumstances, while 32 percent say it should be legal under any circumstances.

At a later rally before the Supreme Court, Warren was still seething as she politicized the issue to attack Republicans and inject a class warfare theme, seemingly forgetting to breath at times.

“I am angry because of who will pay the price for this. It will not be wealthy women. Wealthy women can get on an airplane, they can fly to another state, they can fly to another country, they can get the protection they need,” Warren said. “This will fall on the poorest women in our country. This will fall on the young women who have been abused, who are victims of incest. This will fall on those who have been raped. This will fall on mothers who are already struggling to work three jobs, to be able to support their children they have.”

Some on the left are pushing the idea that the issue could be the Democratic Party’s saving grace in the November midterms, where most predict a drubbing awaits. The belief being that this will galvanize voters to turn out in force to vote for pro-choice candidates.

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