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Now that the Supreme Court has decided to ignore the will of the people on abortion with their unconstitutional reversal of Roe v. Wade, women living in red states are wondering what will come next.
Late Show host Stephen Colbert weighed in on the ruling and discovered one fundamental flaw -- turning women's freedom over to the "elected representatives."
“Have you met the people’s elected representatives?!? I have!” said Colbert, who then called out one right-wing Texas lawmaker in particular.
“Louie Gohmert is one of them. I’m not sure if he knows where babies come from!”
Yes, this is an actual elected representative with the power to levy taxes, vote on major legislation, and send your children to war. Texas manages to churn out the lowest bottom feeders, though perhaps that will change if Beto O'Rourke takes back the governorship.
Watch the entire segment below:
Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide and advisor to then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows revealed to the House Select Committee that her boss had warned her of the apparent potential for violence on January 6.
Hutchinson, who worked for Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and House Minority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise before moving to the White House in 2018, says Meadows told her the morning of January 6 that “things might get real, real bad.”
\u201cCassidy Hutchinson testifies that Rudy Giuliani expressed excitement about Jan. 6 to her days before the event.\n\nShe then says she told Mark Meadows about her conversation with Giuliani, and he replied: "Things might get real, real bad on Jan. 6."\u201d— Justin Baragona (@Justin Baragona) 1656436879