Jesse Watters on abortion decision: This was a victory for the Constitution

JESSE WATTERS: Let’s be clear, what happened today was not the collapse of democracy, nor was it a victory for conservatives. It was a victory for the Constitution and for the American people who are now seeing the power return to its rightful place — the states and state legislatures who represent the will of the people within their borders. 

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Unfortunately, the Democrats don’t respect the people. They force toddlers to wear masks that don’t work and if you complain, they’ll drag you out of the meeting in handcuffs. 

They ignore the explosion of crime in Democrat-run cities where babies are being shot, while they’re setting felons free, and they take pleasure in leaving our border wide open to criminals and drug cartels. They bring the fentanyl and we give them a green card. I could go on and on. Their disrespect for the American people is clear. It has to stop.  

 

We deserve better. “Primetime” respects the people. The 10th Amendment, ratified in 1791, reads, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states, respectively, or to the people.” We the people in the states we live in can decide the abortion issue and we trust the people of each state to make their own decision as they see fit. As the Left likes to say, this is what democracy looks like.  

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