- The US Supreme Court reportedly voted to END Roe v Wade in a DRAFT OPINION by Justice Samuel Alito according to a report leaked to Politico on Monday night.
- The draft opinion was leaked to the press – something that is unprecedented.
- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts released a statement on the unprecedented leak. Roberts reportedly confirmed its authenticity and called for an investigation.
- If the Supreme Court does end up overturning Roe v. Wade (which it should), this does not mean abortion will be outlawed.
- The corporate media, Hollywood, and Democrats will work overtime to convince you of this, but like everything else that comes from the media, Hollywood, and Democrats, it will be a total lie.
- nowhere in the Constitution does the right to abortion exist. It is a fabricated right invented more than 50 years by a left-leaning Court.
- So, if that’s the case and Roe v. Wade is overturned (as it should be), what happens? What will it mean?
- Well, if you look at it from 30,000 feet, it means very good things for democracy. Instead of a handful of unelected judges deciding what should and should not be legal, it will be up to We the People to decide through our elected representatives. According to the Constitution, that’s how it is supposed to work.
- And so, the issue of abortion will land where it has always belonged: in the lap of state or local governments. In other words, elected representatives accountable to voters will decide if slaughtering an innocent, unborn child should be legal or not.
I’m doubtful that overturning Roe v. Wade will cause a massive blowback in the Midterms. As @Peoples_Pundit’s polling shows, a significant number of “pro-choice” voters do not oppose state-level restrictions and more than 1/5th of “pro-choice” voters support the heartbeat bills. pic.twitter.com/IVPFEjFRbm
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) May 3, 2022
This week, a new documentary drops a boulder into the already complicated legacy of the woman better known as “Jane Roe” — the plaintiff in the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion in America. In the mid-1990s, McCorvey had made a public religious and political conversion.
But in “AKA Jane Roe,” turns to the camera with an oxygen tube dangling from her nose and tells director Nick Sweeney, “This is my deathbed confession.”
She never really supported the antiabortion movement, she tells Sweeney, in a scene filmed in 2017. “I took their money and they put me out in front of the camera and told me what to say, and that’s what I’d say.”
“It was all an act?” the director asks.
“Yeah,” she says. “I was good at it, too.”
The revelation comes 60 minutes into the 80-minute documentary. By minute 70, McCorvey has died,
McCorvey never had an abortion. A lot of people don’t realize that. By the time the Supreme Court handed down its decision, she’d been forced to carry out her pregnancy; the child had already been adopted.
But back in 1982, Joe Biden voted for a constitutional amendment to overturn Roe v Wade and make it a state issue.
“When Joe Biden Voted to Let States Overturn Roe v. Wade” —New York Times
Via The Catholic League:
Here is a list of his changing positions.
1974: A year after Roe v. Wade was decided, he said the ruling had gone “too far” and that a woman seeking an abortion should not have the “sole right to say what should happen to her body.”
1976: He votes for the “Hyde Amendment” which bans federal funding of abortions.
1981: He introduces the “Biden Amendment” which prohibits foreign-aid funding of biomedical research involving abortion.
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1982: He votes for a constitutional amendment allowing states to overturn Roe v. Wade.
1983: He votes against a constitutional amendment allowing states to overturn Roe v. Wade.
1984: He votes for the Mexico City Policy which bans federal funding for abortions.
1987: He becomes chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and leads the fight against Supreme Court nominee Judge Robert Bork, whom he said was opposed to Roe v. Wade.
- What a coincidence.
- Planned Parenthood and two fellow abortion rights advocacy groups announced Monday they will spend $150 million on the 2022 midterm elections, focusing on battleground states as they step up efforts to safeguard abortion access across the country.
- Then hours later, on Monday night, news broke that the US Supreme Court reportedly voted to END Roe v Wade in a DRAFT OPINION by Justice Samuel Alito according to a report leaked to Politico on Monday night.
Planned Parenthood Action Fund, NARAL Pro-Choice America and Emily’s List said their joint investment was meant “to aggressively respond to the unprecedented attacks on sexual and reproductive rights and abortion rights across the country and raise voters’ awareness of the lawmakers who are to blame.”