Late last night, Politico dropped a bombshell article  ‘Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows’
If this ends up going that way it will be an enormous win for the pro-life movement.
Kayleigh McEnany & Shannon Bream respond to the report on Fox News.
Shannon Bream: I do think we have to be, as you’ve told your viewers very cautious about this, again, I have not been waved off of this as being a legitimate draft at some point, who knows how much if it is legit, it may have changed in weeks since it was written, there are flourishes and there are expressions and the way that this is written that sounds like Justice Alito, to me and some of his other writings. So I think we have to take it with a grain of salt. And again, until it comes out officially from the court, this means nothing votes could change. And even if this is a legitimate draft, both could have changed. And this could be flipped to the other way. And we just don’t know. But there are things in the writing that sound Alitoesque to me. Not that somebody couldn’t, you know, draft that of their own accord, but again, I’m led to believe that this was legit.
Sean Hannity: Let me throw this to Kayleigh. Why would Politico run the risk of basically, let me run through the headline that they have here. Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights draft opinion shows. They’re saying it definitively. I have, again, I’ve never seen that in my life. And I’m skeptical.
Kayleigh McEnany: Well, sometimes the headline overstates what is actually in the rest of the article. I think this may be the case. To Shannon’s point, and if Shannon says she has not been waived off the fact that this was a draft from February, which I think is absolutely the case. If they obtained this draft, it’s more than 100 pages and likely was legitimate draft whether that changes, we won’t know. But I think it’s too juicy of a story not to run with. I mean, how consequential this reporting is, Sean, if true, never in the history of the Supreme Court in modern history to have an opinion like this leak. And it makes you wonder how it leaked, was it a clerk who maybe disagreed with the opinion and took this unprecedented step to put public pressure on justices as they’re still making their decisions? I don’t know. But someone it would seem to me with a motive clearly leaked this in a way that is very unusual for the Supreme Court.
Sean Hannity: All right. Thank you both.