You are 100% correct.If Dems were to take a majority how do the think that would effect this right/wrong issue?
This may energize the D base some. But I doubt it will convince anyone to vote D who was going to vote R. Besides, most people vote their pocketbook and that does not bode will for D's.
I hope there will be little effect in the end.
One last thing (one of many ignored by the dims) about the issue du jour that the liberal left is hoping will propel them to their goal of unlimited tyranny after a manipulated 2022 election:I agree with @Younggun on this. It is an issue of wrong vs. right, but Democrats are pushing issues that most of us think as fundamentally are wrong, or into accepting what is abnormal as being normal when we know that's wrong. Democrats need to be pushed out and made to be the majority.
I hate to add this part, but it's kinda sorta true
The Republicans didn't just overturn Roe....SCOTUS did. There is a layer of abstraction, and even though those who follow politics know that the Justices who voted to overturn Roe were nominated by R Presidents, I don't think Joe Average cares to know that much about US politics, and so I think the effect will be minimized (although def not eliminated).
Also, by November, many states will have passed pro-abortion laws, further minimizing the issue, and the attention span of Joe Average will have elapsed, and be back to cursing about how a gallon of milk costs him more and more every day.