Meghan Markle is rallying left-wing, pro-abortion activists to join her in condemning the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Duchess chose to publicly interpret the ruling as threatening women in a conversation with feminist activist Gloria Steinham, warning of a “blueprint for undoing rights” before declaring action, not fear, will assure a reversal.
She stated that the reaction to the decision was “guttural” in her own home and that Prince Harry, a “feminist,” feels the same way. She continued by stating that it is essential that improvements be “pushed through”, as BREITBART reported.
The remarks made by Markle were made during a Vogue magazine interview with Steinem.
The Duchess remarked, “Well, Gloria, maybe it seems as though you and I may be taking a trip to D.C. together soon.” According to the two, they are pushing for the Equal Rights Amendment.
“It is completely nonsensical that that’s even something we’re still fighting for,” the Duchess lamented to the veteran feminist campaigner.
Asked whether she felt the Supreme Court decision was a “canary-in-the-coal-mine moment,” she said “absolutely,” warning it “feels like the tip of the iceberg” for the future of “same-sex marriage, contraception access, and many fundamental rights to privacy.”
“We have to channel that fear into action,” the California-based former actress said. “We can start this November in the midterms. “I know hearing that feels so repetitive, but we have to vote, every time, from local elections to state and national elections.”
She has pledged to continue her activism “without question.”
“Being home [in America], seeing what’s happening in our country and feeling energized and motivated, if this is the type of legislation that we need to be pushed through, then this is a moment that I am absolutely going to show up for,” she said.