Monica Lewinsky drops multiple F-bombs on Republican-appointed justices following SCOTUS ruling on abortion

The Supreme Court finally issued its ruling on a major abortion case that, as anticipated, overruled the prior precedent set by Roe v. Wade, and many Democrats and liberals were furiously outraged by the court’s action.

Among those was infamous former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, who dropped an F-bomb-laden verbal assault against all of the Republican-appointed justices on the high court, Breitbart reported.

Lewinsky’s explicit post to social media, as one might imagine, earned her plenty of mockery and reminders of exactly how she had become infamously known in American society during her time as an intern under former President Bill Clinton.

Lewinsky launches her attack on the court

Undoubtedly in response to the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion rights issued Friday morning, Lewinsky took to Twitter and wrote “F–k you” six times for each of the Republican-appointed jurists on the court.

That would include Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Coney Barrett.

Roberts probably didn’t deserve to be on Lewinsky’s list

Ironically enough, Lewinsky’s F-bomb for Chief Justice Roberts may have been mistaken, as he did not actually support the part of the ruling that sent the left into a frenzied meltdown, the overturning of the precedent set by 1973’s Roe v. Wade.

In fact, according to SCOTUSblog, with regard to the decision to overturn Roe, the vote on that was 5-4 and included only Justices Alito, Barrett, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Thomas.

However, Roberts did join with his more conservative colleagues as part of a 6-3 majority to uphold the challenged Mississippi law at the center of the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

SCOTUSblog noted that Roberts had written a solo opinion that concurred in part with Alito’s majority opinion in regard to upholding the Mississippi law but also dissented in part with respect to the chief justice’s notion — which nobody else agreed with — that Roe could somehow be altered to accommodate more restrictive state laws without being completely overturned.

What the Dobbs decision actually does

In the end, setting aside all of the furies of the left, the Dobbs decision doesn’t actually ban abortions at the federal level, as some misinformed critics have falsely asserted, but instead simply reverts the issue back to the individual states to be regulated as each state determines is best for its citizens.

To be sure, roughly half of the states have already or will impose tougher restrictions on abortion procedures than were previously allowed under Roe, but other states will do the opposite and expand abortion rights further than ever before, so for those Americans for whom abortion is a big deal, they can now choose where to live depending upon how a state’s laws match up with their own beliefs.

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