There are only two small groups that see things as black or white. Those who believe ALL abortions should be illegal and those who believe no abortion should be illegal.
The ultimate achievable goal should be to increase our majority enough to pass a bill that codifies something similar to Roe v Wade as law. To do this, we need the people who think all abortions or almost all abortions to back something less than they want.
In reality, the argument over late term abortions was distorted by Republicans. Late term abortions were always both rare and due to threats to the mother's heath or life. A law that allows abortions without question up to the highest number of weeks that could get the votes AND exceptions beyond that for the health or life of the mother at ANY time might be where this ends up.
I realize the President can not reverse what the court did. Ironically, the limited powers he has are leading to a political fight where the Republicans are defending the indefensible. Texas suing the President on his emergency health directive puts them on the wrong side. The same with trying to monitor women of an age where pregnancy is possible from traveling to another state is also not a good place to be. Not to mention, I don't think the country is happy with the goal of eliminating birth control as Thomas suggested.
Obviously, we are in a place I never thought we would be. It is also infuriating that the Republicans cheated to get to that position. However, I think the op is providing information that helps suggest that the path out is to keep our rhetoric focused on the achievable goal of getting more Democrats elected and codifying Roe v Wade.