Donald Trump put it all on the line when he fought for Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation.
But the latest Supreme Court bombshell could lead Trump to develop second thoughts.
And now Donald Trump will not be happy when he sees how Brett Kavanaugh just betrayed him.
Donald Trump appointed three conservative Supreme Court justices in the hopes they would end the horror of abortion on demand.
Now one of the justices may flip on Trump.
The Supreme Court agreed to an expedited oral argument on the Biden administration and abortion mills’ demand that the court strike down a Texas pro-life law that bans abortions after six weeks by allowing private citizens to file civil lawsuits against abortion mills and the doctors that terminate innocent babies’ lives.
But like the previous decisions – at the Supreme Court and circuit level – the court allowed the law to remain in effect.
This enraged radical left-wing pro-abortion Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
“Women seeking abortion care in Texas are entitled to relief from this Court now,” Sotomayor wrote. “Because of the Court’s failure to act today, that relief, if it comes, will be too late for many.”
The state of Texas filed a brief asking the court to uphold the law and overturn the awful Roe v. Wade decision.
“SB8 does not violate the Fourteenth Amendment as it was originally understood. As has been expressed by multiple Justices, the idea that the Constitution requires States to permit a woman to abort her unborn child is unsupported by any constitutional text, history, or tradition,” the state of Texas argued.
Texas’ legal filing explained the Constitution includes no such right to an abortion.
“The Court erred in recognizing the right to abortion in Roe and in continuing to preserve it in Casey. Properly understood, the Constitution does not protect a right to elective abortion, and any laws affecting abortion should be subject only to a rational-basis test. The heartbeat provisions in SB 8 reasonably further Texas’s interest in protecting unborn life, which exists from the outset of pregnancy. See Casey, 505 U.S. at 846. If it reaches the merits, the Court should overturn Roe and Casey and hold that SB 8 does not therefore violate the Fourteenth Amendment,” the brief read.
The wild card in this scenario is Brett Kavanaugh.
Chief Justice John Roberts will certainly side with the left in striking down the Texas law.
Roberts promised pro-abortion RINO Senator Susan Collins that he would never overturn Roe v. Wade.
The fact that the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case exactly one month before oral arguments begin in Dobbs v. Jackson – the case involving the state of Mississippi’s 15-week abortion – led many to suspect that the court took up the Texas case so they could strike down the law on some kind of procedural ground to set up the Mississippi case.
And many conservatives believe if that is the case, Brett Kavanaugh would cast the deciding vote.
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