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Pelosi asks supporters to help make 'anti-choice' Republicans regret overturning Roe v Wade

"This isn't a normal fundraising email," Pelosi wrote. "And a normal response won't suffice."

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Joshua Young Youngsville North Carolina
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking donors to "make every last anti-choice Republican REGRET what they've done" concerning the overturn of Roe v Wade.

The Democrat lawmaker made the plea to supporters in a June 24 fundraising email.

The fundraising message "encouraged supporters to 'rise up' against 'far-right extremists,'" according to Townhall.

Pelosi sent the email just hours after the Supreme Court decision came to send abortion regulation back to state legislatures. The "radical Supreme Court" was pushing "extremism" with their "dark, extreme goal" of reversing Roe v Wade, Pelosi said.

She tied her statement and fundraising email to the upcoming midterms. Republicans "cannot be allowed to have a majority in the Congress," she said.

Pelosi also said former President Donald Trump's "Supreme Court just ruled to rip reproductive rights away from every single woman in this country."

Democratic lawmakers have encouraged protests since May, when the Supreme Court's ruling was leaked. The Democratic leadership even refused to condemn the protests amid pro-abortion domestic terrorism and assassination attempts.

"We can either sit back and admit defeat to these far-right extremists," Pelosi wrote, "Or we can RISE UP, meet this ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION moment."

Pelosi said she intends to make Republicans regret what they've done, echoing similar threatening language Senator Schumer used when he said Justice Kavanaugh would "reap the whirlwind" for being pro-life. After Schumer's comments, there was an assassination attempt on Kavanaugh's life.

Pelosi's description of Republicans as extremists comes as the Department of Homeland Security released a memo articulating domestic terrorist threats originating from far-left, pro-abortion radicals like the pro abortion group Jane's Revenge.

"This isn't a normal fundraising email," Pelosi wrote. "And a normal response won't suffice."

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