After Tuesday's deceptive, hysterical frenzy over the looming deaths of "millions of women," calls for violence against Supreme Court justices, and riots injuring police and bystanders, the fact remains that abortion is still legal in most states, in some during full-term birth. Multiple sources of public and private funding exist to transport women for abortion and pay for those abortions. Anyone wishing to donate to those causes is free to do so.
But the U.S. Constitution does not guarantee the right to abortion, and Roe v. Wade was not properly determined on Constitutional law. I searched in vain in my pocket Constitution for it. Most countries in the world have more restrictive abortion laws than our 15 weeks here in Florida, for example 14 weeks in France and Spain.
Roe lied that she was raped by a gang of Black men in order to bolster sympathy for her cause. As a woman of color, I abhor this, plus the abortion industry's original population-control principles for people like me. Regarding "my body my choice," women have died from mandated Covid shots, from suicides, domestic-abuse and overdoses induced by mandated lockdowns, and even from "safe" legal abortion. This is a matter for the states, not the federal government.