This top Democrat Senator thinks she can convince some GOP Senators to help make Roe v. Wade law

As the Supreme Court gets close to possibly overturning Roe v. Wade, Democrats are coming up with a new plan of attack on the unborn.

Sadly, there’s probably a chance she can pull it off after recent events.

And one Senator thinks she can rope some Republicans into making a federal law that will allow women to get abortions in any state.

Most Democrats across the nation are flipping out as they realize the Supreme Court may finally decide a mother doesn’t have the right to kill her own baby.

Of course, that means leftists are desperately working to make sure their destructive agenda continues to break down society.

During an appearance on Meet the Press, Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar described Roe v. Wade as, “part of the very fabric of women’s existence in this country.”

That sounds like a profoundly sad sort of existence.

But regardless of whether any woman is actually clinging to her right to kill an unborn baby as a foundational part of her identity, Klobuchar’s plan is a real threat.

“I think the best way to do it is not a patchwork of state laws, but to put it, codify Roe v. Wade, put it into law.” She said, adding, “We even have some pro-choice Republicans that have signaled interest in doing that.”

While he’s all over the place when it comes to what he actually believes about abortion, Republican Senator Mike Braun told an MSNBC host, he would be ‘perfectly comfortable’ if abortion were only criminalized at the state level.

Earlier in the interview, Braun claimed he believes in the “sanctity of life,” but it’s obvious why Democrats think they have a good chance when a Republican can’t make it through a single interview without basically caving in on the issue.

Chances are, if Democrats are successful in getting a federal abortion law to pass it would stand for some time based on the past failure of the Supreme Court to actually consider the constitutional issue at hand: whether a baby inside the womb is a person deserving of due process under the law as laid out in the 14th Amendment.

A close reading of the original Roe v. Wade case reveals the Justices sidestepped that question entirely in 1973.

Currently, the Supreme Court is considering the Constitutionality of laws in Missouri and Texas banning abortions.

We don’t know for sure, but there’s a good chance those arguments will merely decide if the state governments have a right to ban abortions and could sidestep the main issue again.

Then again, with plenty of Trump appointees in their ranks, the Supreme Court could surprise us and actually do its job to uphold the Constitution’s first and highest purpose: protect life and liberty.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.

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