The Supreme Court's decision to strike down abortion rights may prompt Howard to run for president.
The host of the show said that he would probably have to run for president.
Friday's Supreme Court decision, which overturned a landmark 1973 ruling that provided a constitutional right to abortion, was the subject of a public comment by Howard.
The conservative Supreme Court justices were appointed by the former President who lost the popular vote, according to the activist. We get into trouble here.
He said that if he were to run for office, he would only allow one person to cast a ballot. There is no electoral college anymore. I'm going to get rid of it.
Most presidents have too much agenda. I would like to make the country fair again.
Justice Clarence Thomas, who joined the 6-3 majority decision, was described as being like Darth Vader, inactive and waiting for other kooks to join the supreme court.
"I will give you a couple of examples of why this is so horrible," he said, "everyday women who go to the doctor and they discover that the baby has horrible birth defects."
Women are raped a lot. Sometimes contraceptives don't work. There is a more confusing state where a man and a woman want to have a baby and everything goes wrong.
We are past all of this. The country voted for Clinton by 3 million votes, according to the man who supported her.
It was repugnant for us to vote for Biden. We are stuck for now.
If I run for president, I will only do one thing: appoint five more Supreme Court justices.
He replied with a laugh, "I don't know." I don't understand what I'm doing.
I am willing to do it. You will get five new Supreme Court justices when I become president.
There is a chance of a presidential run by the man. The author said last year that he would beat Trump if he ran against him. Trump has not made a decision.
After the state Supreme Court upheld a requirement that he disclose his personal finances as a political candidate, he dropped out of the race for governor.
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