Andrew Sullivan: 'We Normally Devolve' Decisions Like Abortion to the States, 'That's the Genius' of Federalism

On Friday's broadcast of HBO's "Real Time," writer Andrew Sullivan pushed back on complaints that the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade has made it like we have two different countries with different levels of rights by pointing out that we've "always" had that system in America because our system is designed to be a federalist system where "we normally devolve these decisions to the states. That's the genius of the American system. There doesn't have to be one consistent national opinion on everything."