Must See: Leftists 'Pop Abortion Pills' In Front Of SCOTUS

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 03 December 2021 08:30

Both sides of the abortion dispute offered their responses to oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.

The highly controversial case is a potential game-changer for both sides of the movement since it could reverse decades of precedent on the matter.

"The pro-life movement should rejoice with how the SCOTUS oral argument went," announced Roger Severino, a former Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) official in the Trump administration.

"I count six votes upholding the Mississippi law and 5 to 6 directly overturning Roe. Only Sotomayor defended the more extreme arguments of the pro-abortion side (and poorly)," stated Severino.

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CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin similarly proposed Wednesday's arguments boded well for the anti-abortion movement. "If you believe that women should have the right choose abortion, today's Supreme Court argument was a wall-to-wall disaster," he announced.

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Pro-choice advocates praised Justice Sonia Sotomayor's remark during oral arguments, declaring that she's concerned regarding a political "stench" that may linger if the court overturns Roe v. Wade.

"Will this institution survive the stench that this creates in the public perception that the Constitution and its reading are just political acts? I don't see how it is possible," Sotomayor announced regarding the possibility of the court overturning Roe v. Wade.

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In a statement, Planned Parenthood President Alexis McGill Johnson stated, "During today's arguments, it was alarming, though not surprising, that the majority of the Supreme Court justices appeared prepared to allow politicians to control what we can do with our bodies. Let's be clear, if the Supreme Court allows Mississippi's ban to stand, it will erase nearly 50 years of precedent, put abortion access at risk across the country, and, in the words of Justice Sotomayor, create a 'stench' in the public perception of the Court and its legitimacy."

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NARAL thanked Sotomayor in a tweet: "Thank you Justice Sonia Sotomayor for being a fierce champion of reproductive freedom, today and every day, in the face of unprecedented attacks. #SCOTUS."

After oral arguments, feminist writer Jill Filipovich tweeted, "The abortion debate in the US is so frustrating because the question of what decreases the abortion rate is a solved one. We know how to make abortions less common: Reliable affordable contraception + good sex ed. But pro-lifers don't want to do what works, so we're stuck here."

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"[W]e need to get comfortable real quick with the reality that either we do this for each other or it won't happen," Caroline Reilly of the left-leaning publication Rewire tweeted. "[W]e need to outright reject the idea that a governing body ever had the right to tell us our bodies were their jurisdiction."

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