Prince Harry put his nose where it doesn’t belong and complained about the “tolling back of constitutional rights in the U.S. during his speech to the U.N. General Assembly in New York this Monday.
Bear in mind that he isn’t talking about the gun-control measures threatening the Second Amendment rights of a law-abiding citizen to own a firearm for protection.
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He wasn’t talking about the evil of cancel culture. He was talking about abortion.
The Supreme Court rolled back Roe v. Wade one month ago, stating that it wasn’t a constitutional right to murder pre-born children, also referred to as abortion.
TheBlaze reported, “The U.K. royal was delivering a keynote address for Nelson Mandela International Day when he criticized the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that ended the constitutional right to an abortion, calling it part of a ‘global assault on democracy and freedom.'”
“How many of us feel battered, helpless in the face of the seemingly endless stream of disasters and devastation?” Harry asked
“How many of us feel battered, helpless in the face of the seemingly endless stream of disasters and devastation?” Harry asked.
”From the horrific war in [redacted] to the rolling back of constitutional rights here in the United States, we are witnessing a global assault on democracy and freedom, the cause of Mandela’s life,” he added.
#BREAKING: At the United Nations, Prince Harry calls out "the rolling back of Constitutional rights in the United States" as part of "a global assault on democracy and freedom." pic.twitter.com/RnJNmkPDcp
— Forbes (@Forbes) July 18, 2022
Conservative commentators were angry by Prince Harry’s shots at America.
“If I was a direct descendent of George III, I would be careful about lecturing an American audience about the inadequacies of their constitutional rights,” Douglas Carswell, CEO of the Mississippi Center for Public Policy, stated.
If I was a direct descendent of George III, I would be careful about lecturing an American audience about the inadequacies of their constitutional rights. https://t.co/DcLJYzVzWL
— Douglas Carswell (@DouglasCarswell) July 18, 2022
Sean Davis of The Federalist shared:
We stopped carrying what emasculated British royals think about our rights 246 years ago. https://t.co/HbEpHSClDs
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) July 18, 2022
That's rich coming from a member of an actual hereditary monarchy. You lost your say 247 years ago pal. https://t.co/9XtxYLxzvn
— Victoria Coates (@VictoriaCoates) July 18, 2022
“Letting voters, rather than eight unelected justices, decide state abortion policy constitutes a ‘global assault on democracy,’ says trophy husband of retired B-list actress,” Washington Examiner columnist Tiana Lowe posted in a tweet.
Letting voters, rather than 8 unelected justices, decide state abortion policy constitutes a “global assault on democracy,” says trophy husband of retired B-list actress. https://t.co/yceeeNaOaw
— Tiana Lowe (@TianaTheFirst) July 18, 2022