A Sad Day for the Rule of Law

This happened on Friday, June 24, 2022. Here is my synopsis:

SCOTUS Majority: “We hate judicial activism unless we have a super majority and the chance to reverse Roe v. Wade. Let the states sort it out for themselves.”

Thomas: “We got that right, but didn’t go far enough. We should have also reversed Contraceptives, and Gay Marriage too. Actually, just reverse anything protected under that ridiculous notion, ‘Substantive Due Process’.

Kavanaugh: “Let me mansplain this so y’all can be sure and understand. We did what needed to be done today, and we’re all just gonna have to live with it. I don’t think this means anybody will get in trouble for going across state lines if they really need an abortion.—Now, I know we’re not supposed to give opinions on stuff not before the court, but I mean, it shouldn’t be a problem. At least hypothetically.”

Roberts: “We were asked one simple question and could have answered it like we are supposed to—with judicial restraint. But y’all took the bait and drove your neo-con monster 4×4 through 50 years of jurisprudence. Another way was possible.”

Dissenting Minority: 🚩

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Gloria Steinem: “If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.”

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