Congress: “I don’t have any evidence.”

The overturning of Roe v. Wade has recently been solidified and defined as the Dobbs decision.

Democratic Representative Jackie Speier from California asserts that there was funny business going on in regards to that decision.

She admits that there is one problem with her theory though:

She doesn’t have any proof at all.

That’s right. None.

In her own words, “I don’t have any evidence.”

Well forgive my French, but then what L’ENFER are you talking about, Jackie?

She is making MASSIVE claims that the Supreme Court sent a secret message to pro-life protestors to get out and support the upcoming leak.

But she has NO PROOF, and she admits it.

“I think they were tipped off. Because it was quite early. It was just right after the decision came out. We were voting on the floor. I thought I was just going to run over. And I thought, this is odd. There aren’t any pro-choice people here yet, and these folks were there. So, I do. I believe they were tipped off. I don’t have any evidence of that. But, more importantly, the Supreme Court now has become a weapon of the far-right.”

The lady is nuttier than a fruitcake. For the left though, that’s par for the course.

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