Everybody knows the purpose of the leaked Supreme Court draft decision on Roe v. Wade was to attempt to motivate the base on the Left and distract from the disaster that is the Biden administration as we head toward what could be a midterm wipeout for the Democrats. So far it hasn’t moved the needle in the Dems’ direction:

Well look at that!

This really isn’t very surprising to anybody who isn’t on the Left for whom abortion isn’t the only issue that exists:

The share of registered voters who say they are extremely or very enthusiastic about voting this fall rose 6 points between the first survey and the second, but that increase is about even across party lines. Among Democrats, 43% now say they are extremely or very enthusiastic, up 7 points. Among Republicans, it’s 56%, up 9 points. And voters who say overturning Roe would make them “happy” are nearly twice as enthusiastic about voting this fall as those who say such a ruling would leave them “angry” (38% extremely enthusiastic among those happy, 20% among those angry).

The Democrats might have to try and find something else to try and distract from the disasters they’ve created because so far this one’s not doing the trick.

If anything, Roe v. Wade being overturned could boost Republicans:

No matter how much the Democrats flail and scream, it’s not going to make voters forget about inflation, gas prices, Biden’s border mess and many other issues.

The Left is finding out the hard way that, in spite of their narrative, 70 percent of Americans don’t support abortion at any phase up to the point of birth.

Abortion is way down the list of voter concerns, as is “climate change,” and yet the Democrats keep screeching about both.

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