The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade set off a wave of fiery protests across the country, prompting Democrats to tap into that anger to motivate voters for the midterms. While Democrats still have a tough fight ahead, Republicans are also concerned the ruling could take attention away from inflation and the economy, two low-polling topics for President Biden. Charlie Cook, a political analyst for the National Journal and founder of the Cook Political Report, breaks down how the decision might reshape the November elections.