Sen. Elizabeth Warren said there are ways now to "fight back" against the ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, accusing Supreme Court justices of not staying true to their words when they were nominees.
"I am spitting mad over this. We have six extremist justices on the United States Supreme Court who have decided that their moral and religious views should be imposed on the rest of America. This is not what America wants," Warren told CNN's Erica Hill.
"And in a democracy on this issue, the Supreme Court does not get the last word, the people do. We are going to fight back. We've got tools. We're going to use them and in November, we're going to make sure that we elect enough people who believe in that democracy that we can pass Roe v. Wade and make it the law of the land again — only this time we'll do it by statute and enforce it," Warren said.
She said justices, when they were appointees, promised to follow the law "but wink, wink, nod, nod, were cleared in order to get where they got today."
"One Supreme Court nominee after another stood in front of Congress, raised their right hand and said 'not interfering with settled law, I believe in the rule of law' and said Roe v. Wade is settled law. That means that a huge proportion of the population in America believed this is not a huge issue," she said.
Warren also said that the midterm elections in November will have a focus on abortion.
"It looks like getting two more Democrats in the United States Senate who are willing to support both filibuster reform and making Roe v. Wade the law of the land. It means hanging onto the House of Representatives and it means passing Roe into law. That's what November will be all about," she said.
Warren said that she and Sen. Patty Murray led a letter with more than half of Democratic senators calling on President Biden to take immediate federal action to strengthen abortion rights.
"He can make medicated abortion more widely available. He can help with money and time off for people to be able to move across state lines. He can consider using federal lands as a place where we can set up abortion clinics," she said.
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