The governess cited emotional concern as her justification for acting against the rule of law, in her official statement.
“Today is a sad day for America as an unelected group of conservative judges act squarely against the will of the people and medical expertise,” she opined.
“We can all sense the despair that tens of millions of Americans—our neighbors, family members and friends—are feeling right now.”
Whitmore acknowledged Michigan’s law saying, “With today’s decision, Michigan’s antiquated 1931 law banning abortion without exceptions for rape or incest and criminalizing doctors and nurses who provide reproductive care takes effect.”
The governess soothed her audience by informing them that there was a temporary stay on the law, as enacted by a Michigan court. Still, she warned that this was a temporary solution.
Witmore scolded her political opponents for attempting to protect the rule of law. She reported being “deeply disappointed” in Michigan Republicans because they “have been in court defending this draconian ban.”
The governess has vowed not to let the rule of law stand. She promised, “to use every tool in our toolbox to protect women and reproductive health care.”
This includes the governess “urg[ing] the Michigan Supreme Court to immediately resolve whether Michigan’s state constitution protects the right to abortion. We need to clarify that under Michigan law, access to abortion is not only legal but constitutionally protected.”
The governess’s rebellion against the rule of law is just the latest leftist insurrection against the American political system.
Leftist mobs broke out over the weekend, including insurrectionists blocking an entry to a city hall in Arizona.
“It’s not going to be solved with elections,” AOC warned.
Indeed, she called for an altercation, announcing to the crowd through a bullhorn that, “It’s going to be solved with the fight of a lifetime.”