The Late-Night Liberal Meltdown You Don't Want To Miss
Okay, so now we are entering day 3? since the notorious leaker released the draft decision from the Supreme Court that showed the majority of Justices are prepared to strike down Roe V. Wade and hand the power back to the individual states. Suddenly everyone is abortion obsessed and there are no shortages of extreme conspiracy theories but the guys who really made me laugh were the liberal late-night hosts.
Like, Trevor Noah on "The Daily Show" host asserted that the "history" of America is that men can control "what women do," adding that abortion has also become a part of history and "tradition" in the U.S.
"You want to talk about history and tradition, I think it’s safe to say [abortions] a tradition at this point," Noah remarked. "Like if you go without electricity for a weekend you’re camping. If you go without if for 50 years, you’re Amish mother------. That’s just who you are."
Moments later Noah claimed that the Supreme Court draft opinion could make all sorts of other things "illegal," including contraception, gay-marriage, sex before marriage, adultery, and masturbation. The talking point that an end to Roe v. Wade could spell doom for other rights has also been parroted by much of the liberal media over the past two days.
"Late Late Show" host James Corden also pressed the panic button on abortion when he proclaimed the leaked opinion could be the "the biggest rollback of human rights in modern U.S. history."
Corden added that the news was "stunning and sad and terrifying," ripping Republicans who are against vaccine mandates and masking, but favor a reversal of the landmark Supreme Court case.
Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion said in part that "It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives."
CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert, mocking Alito's words, cracked, "Yes, it’s time to return this issue to the guy who Venmos teenagers for sex and the woman who believes in Jewish space lasers."
Furthermore, Colbert accused conservative justices, such as Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh, of lying about their opinion on Roe v. Wade and perjuring themselves in order to get the job.
"But what do I know? I’m no Supreme Court Justice. I’m not a good enough liar," Colbert added.
Meanwhile, NBC "Late Night" host Seth Meyers acted in an extensive and scathing sketch with comedians Amber Rufflin and Jenny Hagel, who portrayed two representatives from the Democratic Nation Comedy (DNC). The two "representatives" satirically panicked that there was absolutely no chance for Democrats to stop an end to abortion in America.
"So you really think there’s still hope?" Meyers asked at one point.
"F--- no. Can you even hear yourself? You sound insane right now. The legislative branch? Have you heard of Joe Manchin? We can’t get anything through there!" Hagel and Rufflin exclaimed, in a state of full-blown hysteria.
Hagel and Rufflin then said they would take the issue to the courts and then the Supreme Court in an effort to fight back.
"Wait, isn’t the Supreme Court the problem?" Meyers confusedly responded.
"You’re damn right it is! There’s like 17 conservatives on the Supreme Court. There’s only supposed to be nine Justices, but somehow they have like 17 conservatives on there! And like 30 of them are Catholic! And 20 of them are super-Catholic!" Hagel and Rufflin responded.
The Supreme Court will make its final judgment on Roe V. Wade this summer. Justice Roberts has already assured the public that fringe protesters will not sway the court's decision but only time will tell what kind of damage this leaker has caused.