Instead of heckling Roberts, they ought to ask themselves why abortion rights should be up to the Supreme Court in the first place, and not to the American people and their elected representatives.
The abortion issue is a catastrophic wound in U.S. cultural life. It has inflicted unending battles on American society ever since the Supreme Court seized control of the issue from state legislatures in 1973 — in one of the grossest power grabs American democracy ever faced.
Young people pondering U.S. democracy today might easily conclude that all really important laws must be decreed by the high court.
Gelernter then goes on to propose a two-part constitutional amendment which I don't agree with and isn't going to ever happen but I appreciate his understanding that Roe v. Wade was "one of the grossest power grabs" in American history.