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As the second day of Brett Kavanaugh Supreme court hearings got under way, former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton took to claim social media, he would help, “the gut or overturn Roe v. Wade” if confirmed, the nation’s highest court.

Kavanaugh, who was appointed by President Trump earlier this year, has never expressed outright opposition to abortion, but his nomination set off alarm bells from liberals and women’s rights groups, he warned votes could overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the United States

Clinton, the 2016 democratic candidate for the presidency reiterated these concerns in a series of tweets Wednesday morning, as the Senate judiciary Committee began its questioning of Kavanaugh.

“When Brett Kavanaugh, a judge on the Supreme court, he will help the gut or overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in America? Yes, of course he does,” said Clinton.

When Brett Kavanaugh is a judge of the Supreme court, he will help, the gut or overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in America? Yes, of course he is.

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 5. September 2018

ABORTION, ROE V. WADE, which COULD HAPPEN IN THE MIDDLE of a SUPREME COURT NOMINEE DEBATE: WHAT is THE true character of the LAW?

Clinton pointed to Kavanaugh’s participation in a case will be dismissed an undocumented teenager, who tried from prison to have an abortion. While the court finally had the procedure, Kavanaugh rejected. He argued that if the government helped the 17-year-old get the procedure, then ignores its “legitimate interest in favoring of fetal life, the protection of the interests of minors and refrain from facilitating the abortion.”

“Anti-abortion groups, Kavanaugh, consider tipping him a reliable vote in Roe have been approved. His confirmation would be a victory for the activists who want to said to make at the end of a woman’s right to make their own health decisions,” the former New York Senator. “It is noteworthy to repeat that we, in the year of 2018: women’s rights are human rights, and human rights are women’s rights.”

It is noteworthy to repeat that we, in the year of 2018: women’s rights are human rights, and human rights are women’s rights.

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 5. September 2018

“One of the most fundamental human rights is the right for the most personal decisions about their own body,” she continued. To deny “the women, to deprive you of the opportunity to decide their own future.”

One of the most fundamental human rights, the law is, for the most personal decisions about their own body. To deprive women, deny them of the opportunity to decide their own future.

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 5. September 2018

KAVANAUGH’S CONFIRMATION HEARING, LIKELY TO FOCUS ON ABORTION, GUN RIGHTS AND MORE

Also if Kavanaugh — as a conservative — appointed to the Bank, the court would probably not have an impact on the return on equity any time soon, Carol Sanger, Columbia Law School professor, said earlier on Fox News.

“The court can not decide, prior to the change case, to a case,” Sanger pointed out. “And the court chooses its own docket so it comes to get what to hear cases. We do not know whether you think it is a good example, come up to the rule on deer. You might not want to do that, immediately.”

To overthrow if such was the case, and the court decided Roe, abortion would not leave would be automatically illegal in the U.S. Instead, it is the issue up to the States.

Some States have, however, equipped with more stringent laws or less clinics to have the procedure. A full repeal of the Roe could lead to more regulations, more conservative States, said Aziza Ahmed, Northwestern University School of Law professor who has done extensive research on abortion and the health law.

Four States have so-called “trigger” laws that would make abortion almost automatically illegal if ROE is repealed: Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota and South Dakota. But other States — like New York — already have laws already on the books, pre-dating Roe, which legalized abortion.

According to the Center for Reproductive Rights, 12 States banned abortion prior to 1973, the decision that will potentially be restored should Roe be repealed; and 21 States had already the viability bans.

KAVANAUGH DOCUMENTS ARE THE FOCUS OF THE HEARING: WHAT THE DEMS WANT TO MAKE?

Kavanaugh’s hearing got to a controversial start on Sept. 4, with dozens of protesters and the legislators interruption of the opening statements. U.S. Capitol police arrested 70 people and threatened she said with disorderly conduct or with displacement, disability, or incommoding, the police.

Among the detained UV-executive director Shaunna Thomas, the women’s organization, confirmed by Fox News. Thomas, who co-founded the group focuses on the reproductive rights and the fight against sexism, said, “the senators, on behalf of the millions of women across the country whose rights are denied, the Kavanaugh court, I urge you to reject this nomination,” a UV-speaker.

Clinton closed her Wednesday Twitter to contact thread by promoting those that your senators to tell them to vote against Kavanaugh.

On the first day of the Kavanaugh hearing, Clinton also took to Twitter to against the judge. You said those who take care of a pre-existing condition or “over someone who has to encourage a” should, your senators against Kavanaugh. She said he was a “threat” to ObamaCare.

“This is as serious as it gets. It is to save us, the health care for millions of our fellow citizens – again,” she said.

This is as serious as it gets. It is to save us, the health care for millions of our fellow citizens.

As Kavanaugh’s start the hearings, make sure that your senators hear from you: (202) 224-3121

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 4. September 2018

The Republicans currently command a narrow 50-49 Senate majority, but it will be back to 51-49 once Jon Kyl, the selected replacement for the late Arizona Sen. John McCain, is officially Wednesday sworn in.

If all seats to the Republicans ‘ plans, Kavanaugh might be on the bench when the Supreme court in its new term of office begins on Oct. 1.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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