“첫날부터, 대법원이 헌법상의 권리를 박탈하는 극단적인 결정을 내렸을 때, 그들에 의한 위헌 행위였다,” 그녀가 말했다.
She then described the right to choose abortion 같이 “a right that was around for almost 50 연령,” 만큼 잘 “a right that women had to make a decision on their bodies and how they want to start their families.”
Last month President Biden hinted that the court’s decision was unconstitutional during his remarks given on an executive order to protect abortion access in the wake of 로브이. Wade’s reversal. “Let’s be clear about something from the very start, this was not a decision driven by the Constitution,” 그는 말했다, adding that the court’s conservative majority was “playing fast and loose with the facts.”
이것의. 조쉬 홀리, R-Mo., press secretary Abigail Marone remarked on what she perceived as the White House press secretary’s incompetence, tweeting “It honestly feels cruel to put her on the podium and make her answer questions each day.”
“어서,” tweeted GOP comms guy Matt Whitlock.
The Telegraph contributor Nile Gardiner described the press secretary’s statement as “Truly Orwellian disinformation from the Biden White House.”
“Priceless,” 트윗 대표. Dan Bishop, R-N.C.
Conservative personality Graham Allen quipped, “A live look at what a degree from a woke university gets you….”
The Heritage Foundation’s John Cooper seemed perplexed by Jean-Pierre’s statement, tweeting, “Karine Jean-Pierre just said the Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling was ‘unconstitutional,’ which is certainly a…unique take.”
And conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong pulled no punches in his critique of Jean-Pierre, 쓰기, “That KJP is a moron isn’t a secret. It’s on full display.”
Jean-Pierre also took a victory lap from the podium over the results from Kansas, where voters soundly rejected an amendment Tuesday that would have banned or sharply curtailed abortion.
“In the wake of Dobbs, the president predicted people would turn out in record numbers to reclaim rights stolen from them,” 그녀가 말했다.
The Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision did not eliminate abortion access in the United States, but rather returned the issue to states.