“Morning Joe” Host Says Abortion News May Spark A Hillary Clinton Run

(FiveNation.com)- According to one pundit, the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade may just persuade Hillary Clinton to run for president again in the future.

The co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski, shared a scenario when asked what sprang to mind after a leaked draft ruling revealed that the Supreme Court is ready to undo decades of abortion access in the United States.

In response to Brzezinski’s disgust for the “mind-blowing” paper, authored by Justice Samuel Alito, she revealed a strange thought she had while getting ready for the show.

She was thinking about Hillary Clinton and how this may be the thing that pushes her over the brink and forces her to return as presidential timber.

Brzezinski said this is the type of news that, as a woman, can rock
your world as a woman.

Clinton, the former first lady of the United States and wife of former President Bill Clinton, has served as a senator and secretary of state.

She made history in 2016 when she became the first woman to represent a major political party in a presidential election in the United States of America. However, Clinton was defeated by Donald Trump, who is considering a presidential bid of his own. So far, she has stated that she has no interest in running for president again in 2024.

In March, Hillary laughed at the prospect when Brzezinski inquired about her interest in running for president again.

But she said she wanted to be actively involved in supporting women who are running for office and other people she believes should be reelected or elected.

The comment was strange, considering the Democrats have a male incumbent who should be the presumptive candidate.

The draft majority decision, which was leaked to Politico, shows that the Supreme Court, which has a conservative majority, is on the verge of reversing Roe v. Wade, a 1973 case in which the court allowed abortions statewide. While the opinion is not final, the votes among the judges may alter before a final decision is reached sometime in the following months.

Clinton was one of many women who expressed outrage at the potential rollback of abortion rights.

Clinton wrote on Twitter that she wasn’t surprised. She said that this judgment is a blatant attack on the dignity, rights, and lives of women and decades of established legislation. The great majority of Americans believe abortion should be allowed, and this reversal will kill and oppress women.

“What an utter disgrace,” said the woman, who has been without shame for decades.