Amy Coney Barrett just shut down Democrats with this brutal truth

Democrats are seething with rage at the Supreme Court.

Leftists know they are about to come up on the short end of major cases this term.

And Amy Coney Barrett just shut down Democrats with this brutal truth.

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett spoke at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, where liberal hecklers tried to cancel her in the middle of her speech.

Presumably because this leftist believes Barrett is pro-life and will vote to overturn Roe v. Wade, at one point an obnoxious social justice warrior screamed out that Barrett was an “enslaver of women.”

An unfazed Barrett compared the snowflake leftist to infantile children yelling and screaming because they don’t know any better.

“As a mother of seven, I am used to distractions — and sometimes even outbursts,” Barrett remarked to the great appreciation of the crowd in attendance.

Barrett then moved on to address the upcoming Supreme Court decisions.

The marquee cases the Court took on this year involved expanding the Second Amendment to finally recognize the right to carry a firearm outside one’s home and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, a case regarding the state of Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks.

The Mississippi abortion case is the most direct and serious challenge to Roe v. Wade in a generation, and the oral arguments left the only matter of suspense being whether the Justices will completely overturn Roe v. Wade or whether they will severely curtain abortion on demand in America.

Leftists are already trying to discredit the Supreme Court by attacking Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife Ginni for her activism in the conservative movement.

Justice Barrett appeared to take these criticisms of the Supreme Court head on – and potentially hinted that the Court is prepared to completely overturn Roe v. Wade – by telling her audience to actually read the Court’s upcoming opinions to see that the majority arrived at their ruling by way of sound legal reasoning and not a predetermined political outcome.

“Does (the decision) read like something that was purely results driven and designed to impose the policy preferences of the majority, or does this read like it actually is an honest effort and persuasive effort, even if one you ultimately don’t agree with, to determine what the Constitution and precedent requires?” Barrett asked the crowd.

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