Elizabeth Warren Blows Up On ‘The View’, Claims Police Could Investigate ‘Miscarriages’ If Roe Is Overturned

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has been “crazier than hell” since the leak of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion overturning Roe vs. Wade. The outspoken liberal policy continued its strong defense of Roe during a Friday segment on ABC’s The View.

During her guest appearance, Warren offered several extreme hypotheses about how the US government could abuse women if Roe vs. Wades destroyed in the near future. He worried that police might “investigate” miscarriages or that women might be punished for accidentally injuring their unborn babies while picking up packages in the mail.

She is also concerned that morning-after pills will disappear, that in vitro fertilization will be limited and that women’s “more personal choices” will be criminalized.

Warren began his alarmist tirade by saying, “It’s just that the Supreme Court didn’t just say we’re not going to have Roe. They have now opened the door to an investigation and intrusion beyond what most of us imagine.”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., appears on The View to discuss the future of abortion rights in America.

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She claimed there could be research on contraception: “So now they’ve opened up the possibility of their contraception, it could be contraception like an IUD that works after an egg is fertilized.” View’s hosts acted surprised.

She then became even more hyperbolic, adding, “That her miscarriage could…what? Be investigated by the local police?”

He found an even more extreme example: “That you could be monitored, that you lifted a package that was too heavy and threatened pregnancy.”

View co-host Joy Behar raised concerns about morning-after pills being heavily regulated or disappearing, and Warren reaffirmed her fears, adding, “That’s the other problem. Morning-after pills may go away.”

“This is about protecting all of us,” Warren added, looking at all the women at the table.

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, speaks during a protest outside the US Supreme Court on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, in Washington.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, speaks during a protest outside the US Supreme Court on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

View co-host Sara Haines then brought up in vitro fertilization, saying, “This will have ramifications for IVF as well.”

Warren agreed.

Haines continued: “And in a time when we talk so much about fertility, women all over the world, especially women who are wealthy and can afford it, will talk about those perfectly genetically tested eggs that are for…ice babies. And that will become a problem.”

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A crowd of people gather outside the Supreme Court, Monday night, May 2, 2022, in Washington, following reports of a leaked draft opinion by the court that overturned Roe v.  Wade.

A crowd of people gather outside the Supreme Court, Monday night, May 2, 2022, in Washington, following reports of a leaked draft opinion by the court that overturned Roe v. Wade.

Warren agreed, then emphasized that the threat to women everywhere should Roe vs. Wade be declared unconstitutional. “It opens the door to criminalizing the most personal decisions, the most personal medical choices that a woman makes,” she said.

“And I, I am deeply shocked that a tiny minority in this country could capture the Supreme Court and lead it in a direction that the overwhelming majority of Americans — and I’m talking about Democrats, Republicans and independents — don’t want to see it go.”

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“We have to fight,” he concluded.

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