Source: Kristinn Taylor
An “angry” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) screamed to reporters and pro-abortion protesters in front of the Supreme Court about the leaked draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade that would return the issue of abortion back to the people and their representatives instead of unelected jurists. After she finished screaming, a visibly shaken Warren, 72, needed help from a Senate staffer to walk the few feet back to a waiting car where in a shaky voice she told reporters, “I am angry…angry, upset and determined.”
Two-and-a-half years ago when Warren was running for president, she issued a doctor’s note stating she was in “excellent health.”
Warren’s Twitter page posted video of her Supreme Court meltdown:
I am angry because an extremist Supreme Court thinks they can impose their extremist views on all of the women of this country and they are wrong.— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) May 3, 2022
I have seen the world where abortion is illegal. We’re not going back—not now, not ever. pic.twitter.com/5lE8rCQz5U
A press photo shows a staffer holding Warren’s hand as she walks to her car.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren just showed up outside the Supreme Court.— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) May 3, 2022
Declares: “I am here because I am angry!”
Delivers short, fiery speech without a microphone, the crowd growing silent to hear her.
She then leads crowd in chant: “We are not going back!” pic.twitter.com/6yMAkNJqDR
Video shows that as Warren approaches the curb, the concerned staffer, while still clutching Warren’s hand, bends over forward to make sure Warren doesn’t trip and fall.