It’s official. Turns out whacking babies in the womb isn’t all the political left has made it out be. As cited in my Midweek Midterm Election Update this week – which reflects post-Roe generic ballot polling...the grand change in the political preference of Americans in the immediate aftermath of the SCOTUS decision has resulted earthshaking change of...drum roll please...1%. Now I’m sure to the people marching around with vagina hats on their heads this comes as a surprise. To this audience, however, it most assuredly does not. This political miscalculation is something I’ve been speaking about since the onset of the SCOTUS leak in early May. And it’s not just that abortion isn’t a top issue generally...except to the vagina hat people – which btw, stop and think about this for a moment... Imagine what animates the vagina hat people who place unrestricted abortions everywhere at the top of their issue list. That can’t be a happy or healthy way to live life to begin with. But anyway, it’s about the education that’s happened through this process. As a recent National Review story entitled Harvard-Harris: Americans Don’t Know What Roe Did, stated pollsters have identified that most Americans didn’t actually know what Roe did. For example, in the Harvard-Harris poll – 59% opposed overturning Roe, but among the same sample, 72% said they only supported abortion up to 15 weeks. Those positions are of course incompatible as Roe led to a 24-week standard. It wouldn’t have been possible to obtain the 15-week performance 72% think should be the limit without overturning it.