Justice Kennedy Retirement Unleashes Abortion Hysteria

Justice Kennedy Retirement Unleashes Abortion Hysteria

Justice Kennedy Retirement Unleashes Abortion Hysteria

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement and the explosions you are hearing are the heads of leftwits. It’s a small explosion, but then their brains run out of their ears and it’s a garish green. Anyhoo. Like I said, Justice Kennedy announced his retirement and suddenly Roe v. Wade is going to be overturned, like tomorrow or 4:02 p.m. next Monday. The hysteria is real. Victory Girls’ Nina wrote about the retirement announcement and the filibuster, you can read that here.

“CBS News” reported that Maine Senator Susan Collins believes abortion is settled law. The quote:

Just hours after Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement on Wednesday, Republican Sen. Susan Collins said that she sees Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that legalized abortion across the U.S., as “settled law.”

“I view Roe v. Wade as being settled law,” she said. “It’s clearly precedent. I always look for judges who respect precedent.”

Kennedy’s retirement has provoked liberal fears that the Supreme Court might soon have a pronounced conservative leaning that could overturn Roe v. Wade. Kennedy essentially protected the Roe v. Wade decision when he sided with the plurality in the 1992 case of Planned Parenthood v. Casey.

Whoa girl. Even bad precedent.

Planned Parenthood v. Casey was twenty six years ago. Roe v. Wade, the nasty mess that started this whole “free murder card” for women, was in 1973. Isn’t it a darn shame that science has made no advances since 1973 or 1992. We know nothing more about life in the womb than we did 45 years ago, Senator Collins? I Googled Senator Collins biography and according to Britannica.com her degree is in government not medicine.

The following photo is graphic but I am sick to the gills of this Pro-woman, Pro-choice bovine excrement. The photo is of arms and legs of a baby aborted at nine weeks. I am so sorry to be this graphic, but:

Actually, I am not sorry. The truth is ugly and graphic.

Everyone at “The New York Times” is frozen with fear that abortion has lost its “firewall”:

“Kennedy was the firewall for abortion rights for as long as he was there,” said Mary Ziegler, a professor at the Florida State University College of Law who has written extensively on Roe and its aftermath. “He has been the defining force in American abortion law since the ’90s, so his absence means that Roe will be much more in peril.”

“A decision overturning Roe is way more likely,” Ms. Ziegler said. “A series of decisions hollowing out Roe without formally announcing that’s what’s going on is pretty likely, too.”

And some twit tweeted the following tweets (click on the pic to read them):

Over on “ABC News”, David Muir and Dan Abrams worried about the future of baby killing:

To date, there are no abortion cases headed for the Supreme Court. However, a judge has blocked Iowa’s abortion ban after a fetal heartbeat law.

I don’t get abortion. I don’t get it on a religious basis. I don’t get it on a humanistic basis. And, I certainly don’t get it on a logical basis.

For the left infanticide has become a sacrament. Science be damned. The right of a woman to choose to murder her child in the womb is a cardinal virtue that cannot be questioned. It is precedent. It is settled law. End of conversation. Unfortunately.

Look, here is the scoop on abortion. Sadly, it is not going anywhere. The court was wrong in 1973. The court was wrong in 1992. The court assumed power that it did not have. Sadly. The only way we will ever stop most abortions is through science and education. Someday, 90% of human beings will look back on this period of legal infanticide as a holocaust. The other 10% will be off getting abortions. True fact.

And, just so you know, liberal tears may taste salty. Those garishly green liberal brains are poisoned. Don’t touch. Call your local hazmat team.

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3 Comments
  • Scott says:

    Actually Toni, liberal tears taste like victory! (and they work very well for lubricating firearms, just look up “liberal tears gun oil”… And while leftist heads exploding is quite amusing, I’m very glad that there’s not too much of that going on where i live..The noise in Denver and Boulder must be deafening about now!

    All humor aside, expect the leftist violence you ladies were highlighting to increase dramatically! All the terrorist organizations (isis, blm, antifa, occupy ice, et al) will step up their games, and try to intimidate the right. Keep your heads on a swivel, and be careful!

  • GWB says:

    We know nothing more about life in the womb than we did 45 years ago, Senator Collins?
    An important point: Even in 1973, we knew enough that the majority in Roe v. Wade had to lie their asses off in their opinion to justify their vote. They lied continually about things like the definition of life, common scientific consensus, and the opinions of the nation. All the advances since 1973? They just confirm what we already knew in 1973.

    I always look for judges who respect precedent.
    So, we really should throw out a lot of decisions made since 1960 or so – since they overturned previous precedent. Right, Senator? Right?

    Wow, Ms Evans needs some lithium. Her thought process is not well-connected with reality. (I love the total disconnect between “Trump wouldn’t want more black babies” and “Our position means a lot less black babies” and “*YOU* are the racist ones!”)

    I don’t get abortion. I don’t get it on a religious basis. I don’t get it on a humanistic basis. And, I certainly don’t get it on a logical basis.
    Amen.
    In fact, the only way I do ‘get’ abortion is on the basis of either genocide or eugenics. And that is NOT a good look, progs.

  • John C. says:

    All this Roe vs. Wade scaremongering overlooks one thing, almost certainly on purpose: the SCOTUS can not arbitrarily change its previous decisions. For Roe vs. Wade to face being overturned, an abortion case would have to work up through the courts to the SCOTUS, so the SCOTUS would have a case to act on, and that would take years.

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