Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) defended the potential move by the US Supreme Court to deliver sentences that conflict with majority American views on the right to abortion. telling NPR this is a feature of the system.
McConnell said, “So for the Supreme Court on any matter, making a decision contrary to public opinion is exactly what the Supreme Court is about. It is to protect fundamental rights, even when majorities are in favor of something else. , it always happens “.
But he didn’t expect it would be a big deal in the midterm elections: “My guess is in terms of the impact on federal races, I think it will probably be a wash.”