Howard Stern: Supreme Court justices overthrowing Roe should raise every ‘unwanted’ baby

Howard Stern believes Supreme Court justices should not be allowed to jeopardize reproductive rights without consequence.

The radio host spoke about the Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion it would overturn Roe v. Wade on his SiriusXM radio show on Tuesday. If it becomes final, the document, which was published by Policy and authenticated by the court, would not create a nationwide ban, but would allow states to dramatically restrict or even ban abortion.

“Let me tell you something. Here’s what I’m saying. All unwanted children should be allowed to live in the Supreme Court building with these justices and they should raise each and every one of these babies,” Stern said, per Mediate. and audio shared on social media. “That weirdo Clarence Thomas and that woman and all. They can raise any babies they want.

Stern also pointed to the hypocritical nature of people “who are anti-abortion.”

“They’re not giving to charity, they’re not raising these kids,” Stern said. “I don’t know who they think is going to raise them. Men were ready to tear this country down because we asked them to wear a mask, let alone have a baby they don’t want.

Stern also claimed that abortion would not be a problem if men could get pregnant.

“There would be abortions available on every corner. On every corner, a different clinic that would take care of the problem,” he said.

The radio host also expressed bewilderment at women who are against abortion.

“How women would vote for this program is beyond me,” he said. “Who the hell wants to carry a baby you don’t want?” And again, the people who are carrying these babies who don’t want them aren’t raising these kids and we’re stuck with them.

Stern isn’t the only celebrity to speak out in favor of abortion rights following the Supreme Court leak.

Amy Schumer, Bette Midler, Elizabeth Banks, Susan Sarandon, Mark Ruffalo and Halsey have it all expressed their outrage.


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