Nancy Pelosi is fuming after Kamala Harris rejected her scheme to codify abortion-on-demand into federal law

Democrats across the board are outraged over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

But they don’t all agree on how to respond.

And Nancy Pelosi is fuming after Kamala Harris rejected her scheme to codify abortion-on-demand into federal law. 

In a much-anticipated 6-3 decision, on Friday the Supreme Court issued a ruling striking down the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, returning the issue of abortion back to the individual states.

By the end of the day, left-wing protestors were in the streets in cities across America from Washington, D.C. to New York City to Los Angeles demanding Democrats do something to reverse the Court’s ruling.

Of course, Democrat politicians were ready to offer up plenty of “solutions” to making sure abortion on demand would be federal law in America.

Nancy Pelosi’s “Dear Colleague” letter

In a “Dear Colleague” letter, Nancy Pelosi laid out the steps she believes Democrats should take in response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.

Pelosi wrote that the Democrat caucus had already been “exploring avenues to protect the health and freedom of American women.”

Some of the “avenues” Pelosi listed included legislation that “protects women’s most intimate and personal data stored in reproductive health apps” and “makes clear that Americans have the Constitutional right to travel freely and voluntarily throughout the United States.” 

Pelosi also called for the House to once again pass the Women’s Health Protection Act and for the Senate to nuke the filibuster and “enshrine Roe v. Wade into the law of the land.” 

“It is clear from how Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell stacked the Supreme Court that elections have ramifications,” Pelosi added. “It is essential that we protect and expand our pro-choice Majorities in the House and Senate in November so that we can eliminate the filibuster so that we can restore women’s fundamental rights — and freedom for every American.”

Kamala Harris rejects Pelosi’s demand

Even though Nancy Pelosi called for nuking the filibuster in order to “codify” abortion on demand as law in America, Vice President Kamala Harris said the exact opposite.

During an interview with CNN, host Dana Bash asked Harris if she would support eliminating the filibuster to codify Roe.

Unlike Pelosi, Harris said she “wouldn’t go there” because Democrats do not have the votes.

Instead, Harris noted that President Biden “indicated quite unambiguously that we will do everything within our power as an administration through the executive branch to ensure that women have access to the medication that they need” and that they will “have freedom of travel.”

Kamala Harris did agree with Nancy Pelosi on the importance of leftists turning out to vote in the upcoming Midterm elections to “change the balance and have pro-choice legislators who have the power to make decisions about whether this constitutional right will be in law.”

But polls show there is little to no chance of that happening for Democrats.

Joe Biden has destroyed the country.

The economy is teetering on the brink of collapse, inflation is skyrocketing, the supply chain is breaking down, crime is surging, and the border is wide open.

Democrats are trying to make the election about abortion and January 6 because they don’t have any accomplishments to show voters.

But as long as Americans are struggling to fill up their gas tanks and put food on the table, the Democrats screaming about abortion and January 6 will only lead to a wipeout for the Party at the polls this fall.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.