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Democrat Senate hopefuls are using a leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion that would overrule Roe v. Wade to push for the upper House to eliminate the filibuster and codify the right to an abortion.

Senate Democrat candidates — Wisconsin’s Tom Nelson, Ohio’s Rep. Tim Ryan, Wisconsin’s Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, Pennsylvania’s Lt.

Governor John Fetterman — are looking to use the documents published by Politico that claim to be the draft opinion but are not the binding decision of the court unless at least five justices sign it, as leverage to convince Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to eliminate the filibuster.

Democrats have wanted to eliminate the filibuster to make it easier for the left to pass partisan agenda items. The leaked documents will provide another path for the Democrats to try and eliminate the filibuster, a tool that has been used to give the minority party a voice in the Senate.

Nelson’s statement said that Schumer needs to “blow up the filibuster” and codify the right to an abortion and noted that the “leaked opinion shows the high stakes for Wisconsin to replace [Sen.] Ron Johnson.”

“The Supreme Court has shown their hand. Senator Chuck Schumer must call a special session to blow up the filibuster and codify Roe now,” he wrote in a statement.

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Ryan’s released statement claimed that the decision by the Supreme Court, if true, is “absolutely wrong.” However, his statement also indicated that the Democrat-controlled Senate should “end the filibuster” and use it to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act which would “codify Roe and protect abortion rights from attacks at the state and local level”:

Overturning Roe v. Wade would be absolutely wrong, not to mention catastrophic for Ohio, where Republicans have passed one extreme and dangerous proposal after another to ban abortion- without exceptions even for rape. incest, or medical emergencies–before most people even know they’re pregnant. We cannot sit back and allow the Supreme Court to gut Ohioans’ most fundamental rights. Control of the Senate has never been more important: it’s time to end the filibuster, pass the Women’s Health Protection Act, and fight like hell to make sure all Ohio families are free to make these critical decisions without interference from politicians in Columbus or Washington.

Barnes released a statement that it has never been more “more clear” that the Senate needs to “abolish the filibuster and take immediate action”:

“It has never been more clear why we need to abolish the filibuster and take immediate action to protect every person’s right to make decisions about their own bodies. Republicans have proven they will stop at nothing to strip every individual of their right to an abortion. We must act now.”

Fetterman, in a statement, said that the “right to an abortion is sacred,” which is why the Senate “act quickly” to eliminate the filibuster to “codify Roe into law.”

“Let’s be clear: The right to an abortion is sacred,” he wrote. “Democrats have to act quickly and get rid of the filibuster to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act + finally codify Roe into law. We cannot afford to wait.”

Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News. Write to him at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @JacobMBliss.

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Kurt Busch Releases Statement About Ongoing Recovery

Getty Kurt Busch will miss his fourth consecutive race.

The No. 45 Toyota Camry TRD will not see the return of Kurt Busch at Richmond Raceway. The 2004 Cup Series champion has confirmed that he will miss his fourth consecutive race due to a crash at Pocono Raceway.

“Brain injury recovery doesn’t always take a linear path,” Busch said in a statement on August 10. “I’ve been feeling well in my recovery, but this week I pushed to get my heart rate and body in a race simulation type environment, and it’s clear that I’m not ready to be back in the race car.

“This was by far the hardest week emotionally because I do feel the progression of recovery, but racing requires an extreme physical and mental effort, and my body is not 100% able to sustain the intense race conditions.

“I am making progress and pushing hard each day,” Busch continued. “I am encouraged by my team of doctors, and we will continue to do everything it takes to get me to 100% to return to competition. Thanks to everyone for the continued support and best of luck to the 45 team and Ty this weekend in Richmond.”

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Ty Gibbs Remains in a Unique Position

GettyKurt Busch practices for a Cup Series race at Richmond.

Gibbs, who races full-time in the Xfinity Series, has been the fill-in driver for 23XI Racing. He has made three starts in the No. 45 Toyota Camry TRD while posting a career-best finish of 10th at Michigan International Speedway.

Gibbs remains in a unique position. He doesn’t have a set schedule featuring Cup Series starts. Instead, he just has to wait for the call informing him that he will need to head to whatever track is next and take over for Busch.

“But for me, I’m just here, and if I can drive, I can drive,” Gibbs explained during an August 9 appearance on “The Dale Jr. Download” podcast. “If I can’t drive, I want to learn. I practice the simulator making sure I’m just… in case I get the call.”

Gibbs added that there is not a set date each week when he will receive the call to replace Busch. It may happen early in the week, or it will be more of a last-minute situation like at Pocono Raceway. His job is just to make sure that he is ready by studying film and working in the simulator.

Gibbs Has an Opportunity Ahead of Him

Gibbs continues to gain experience in the Cup Series cars, albeit for a reason that nobody likes, and he seemingly makes strides each week. Gibbs even told Dale Earnhardt Jr. that he could have finished fifth or sixth at Michigan International Raceway if he hadn’t sped on pit road during the final stage.

Gibbs will now have a prime opportunity to achieve success. He will head to Richmond Raceway, a track where Toyota has been particularly strong. This includes the April 3 race when Christopher Bell led 63 laps, Martin Truex Jr. led 80, and Denny Hamlin won.

Gibbs does not have Cup Series experience at Richmond Raceway, but he has made moves at the short track in the Xfinity Series. His first start at the track resulted in a seventh-place finish and then he followed it up by winning in his second start.

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