SHOW NOTES: Time to OVERTURN Roe v. Wade! Huge SCOTUS Decision Incoming
It is LONG OVERDUE to overturn Roe v. Wade, and we’ll explain why. Also, pat yourselves on the back because YOU got Snopes to change one of its rulings! All this, with special guest Rand Paul.
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GOOGLE CENSORS RBG OPINION
- When you type “Ruth Bader Ginsburg Roe v” into Google, it doesn’t autofill like it should and does for other things, like books and movies.
ROE v. WADE DEBUNKED
- Yesterday, the Supreme Court began hearing the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. In dispute is Mississippi’s ban on abortions after 15 weeks. The case will determine whether all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional. SOURCE: SCOTUSBlog
- HISTORY OF ROE
- Judy Smith, head of the Birth Control Information Center at the University of Texas in Austin, was looking for a case to legalize abortion in Texas. SOURCES: RewireNewsGroup, WomensENews
- Smith needed a lawyer to take the case for free and found Sarah Weddington.
- They first chose married couple Marsha and David King, who had 2 previous abortions in Mexico
- But the Kings had no standing or possible legal relief since they were describing a future problem and were not currently pregnant
- So the attorneys found pregnant Norma McCorvey.
- And McCorvey never had an abortion. SOURCE: HuffPo
- BS RULINGS
- Roe is based on the RIGHT TO PRIVACY established by Griswold v. Connecticut (right to birth control).
- The court ruled that abortion was protected by the due process clause of the 14th amendment. According to the court, this clause contains an inherent “fundamental right to privacy,” including abortions. SOURCE: Oyez
- Roe v. Wade decided when abortions could legally occur by creating the trimester framework. Not doctors, just lawyers arbitrarily determining viability. SOURCE: NYTimes
- And based on these arbitrary timelines, the Court ruled: SOURCE: CornellLaw
- “During the first trimester, the decision to terminate the pregnancy was solely at the discretion of the woman.”
- “After the first trimester, the state could 'regulate procedure.'”
- “During the second trimester, the state could regulate (but not outlaw) abortions in the interests of the mother’s health.”
- “After the second trimester, the fetus became viable, and the state could regulate or outlaw abortions in the interest of the potential life except when necessary to preserve the life or health of the mother”
- Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg thought Roe was out of the Court’s typical scope. SOURCES: Twitter, UChicago
- CASEY v. PLANNED PARENTHOOD
- Roe v. Wade isn’t actually the law of the land anymore. The 1992 case Casey v. Planned Parenthood supersedes Roe. SOURCE: Oyez
- Casey upheld Roe, but instead of referencing trimesters, prohibits pro-life legislation before “viability,”
- States can only begin to regulate abortion after the fetus has the potential to survive outside the womb.
- The world’s most premature baby was recently born at 21 weeks. SOURCE: NYPost
- So, the Court may rule Mississippi’s 15-week ban as unconstitutional as it violates Casey’s viability precedent.
- The ONLY way the Mississippi law is upheld is if Casey, and therefore Roe, is overturned.
SANTA IS BLACK
- Disneyland has started hiring black Santas. SOURCE: TheHill
- The story of Santa is based on Saint Nicholas. SOURCE: History.com
- The story spread across Europe/Netherlands dubbed him “Sinterklaas.” The tale spread to the New World, where Washington Irving portrayed St. Nicholas as a portly Dutchman who flew the skies in a wagon, dropping gifts down chimneys. SOURCE: NewYorkPublicLibrary
- Black Lives Matter Instagram
- The kids are not alright
- Did an MSNBC Producer ‘Follow’ a Bus Containing Rittenhouse Jurors?
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