U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says that the pivotal decision which reversed a law that prohibited women from using contraception is not supported under his interpretation of the Constitution.
During an interview on Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Scalia why he believed that it is a "lie" that women have a Constitutional right to abortion.
"What about the right to privacy that the court found in 1965?" Wallace pressed.
"There's no right to privacy in the Constitution -- no generalized right to privacy," Scalia insisted.
"Well, in the Griswold case, the court said there was," Wallace pointed out.
"Yeah, it did," Scalia agreed. "And that was wrong."