Abortionistas Point Out What Happens If Roe v Wade Is Overturned

Once again I ask, how did the Democrats become the party of abortion, where the number one belief is in killing the unborn, and how they feel that abortion is now birth control? Nothing else is more important to them. If you said “you can keep abortion legal throughout the U.S. but have to give up the Senate, House, and White House for 20 years”, they’d choose abortion. It’s more important than ‘climate change’, raising taxes, gun control, everything

If Roe v. Wade is overruled, here’s how access to abortion could be affected in your state

The Supreme Court’s blockbuster abortion case is centered on a Mississippi law that bans the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy, but a ruling by the court will almost certainly have sweeping implications for states across the country.

“The real-world effects of overruling Roe and Casey would be severe and swift,” Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar told the court on behalf of the Biden administration. “Nearly half of the states already have or are expected to enact bans on abortion at all stages of pregnancy, many without exceptions for rape or incest.”

But that is precisely the argument that Mississippi, anti-abortion advocates and several conservatives on the court have embraced: Because abortion is such a controversial issue, they say, decisions about whether to permit it should be left to individual states.

That’s what the Constitution says. It did not give the federal government power, hence, the power is reserved for the States and the People

To a large extent, experts note, that has already happened. Dozens of conservative states have already imposed “trigger” bans to prohibit abortions if the high court overturns Roe v. Wade. Many liberal states, meanwhile, have affirmatively protected the right to abortion, meaning the procedure would remain available within their borders even if Roe is overturned.

Nine states, including Alabama, Arizona, Wisconsin and West Virginia, adopted abortion bans before the Supreme Court decided Roe, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights. An additional eight states, including Idaho, Kentucky and Tennessee, approved “trigger bans” to prohibit the procedure if the court overturns Roe.

Four states, Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas, have both a pre-Roe ban and a trigger ban on the books, according to Guttmacher.

And lots of Blue states have laws protecting abortion on demand, a procedure used mostly for convenience, because people were too irresponsible to use birth control. Rarely is it for saving the life of the mother, or rape and incest.

If the court overturns Roe v. Wade, the impact on individual states would be relatively clear based on existing law. But if the justices reached for a middle ground – allow Mississippi’s 15-week ban to remain in place, say, but also rule people still have a constitutional right to abortion – experts say that would lead to a flood of new laws, and lawsuits.

Of all the rulings, I’d give that one the highest rank, where they try and thread the needle to avoid getting rid of it altogether. The second choice, which I’d rank just behind threading the needle, would be to say that regulation abortion is not in the purview of the federal government, but, the choice of a state and the people. If that passes, despite all the triggers, you may well see most Red states take a soft approach, and mimic the law of Mississippi, not banning it, but, restricting. I can see the Court also saying that States cannot stop or criminally charge citizens for crossing state lines to have one, as the power is also reserved for The People.

One very interesting aspect of this, if they go for the States Rights method, is that this will lead to a whole host of lawsuits for a wide variety of issues for which the federal government has passed laws that are not in their assigned duties, attempting to return power back to the states and the people. Where it belongs in our system, rather than an authoritarian central government.

The current standard, set down in Roe and a subsequent Supreme Court case from 1992, is viability, or the point when a fetus can survive outside the womb – roughly 24 weeks. The Supreme Court could throw out viability as the cutoff, but such a move would raise a big question that has vexed the court for decades: Where to draw a new line?

I don’t think they will want to go there, and, it’s doubtful there are enough Conservatives to vote for keeping Roe. Mississippi’s solicitor general made one hell of a case, based on our system of government. Time will tell, and liberals will be losing their minds next summer. They may well regret that, thinking that all Democrats are big supporters of killing the unborn.

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8 Responses to “Abortionistas Point Out What Happens If Roe v Wade Is Overturned”

  1. CarolAnn says:

    If abortion is overturned by the SC wouldn’t it just revert to the states? And if that happens what would be the complaint? That some states would allow abortion and others would not? Isn’t that what “democracy” is all about? The people choosing what they want state by state sounds quite democratic to me. Besides, if they put the question on ballots it just gives the leftists another shot to steal an election. They’re getting good at it.

    Remember, to a Democrat democracy isn’t who votes in an election it’s who counts the votes in an election.

  2. Hairy says:

    Well if 3 million more democrats are due to be born, so be it. It will also have a significant and long lasting effect on racial percentages making the USA less “white”

    • L.G.Brandon says:

      Which is why I am totally for abortion. Hell, I’m even for partial, post birth abortion. I think any negress who wants to 86 her zygote should do so. Same with all the brown folks and Democrat voting whites on welfare. All the rich Democrat broads who get knocked up by their sperm donors have the cash to pay their own way and that’s good. I agree 100% with Elwood P. Dowd, the Supreme Court should not touch abortion. It’s too important to America.

      It will make America less White and with all the Hispanics, Africans and Moslems that sniffy Brandon the molester is importing illegally it won’t take long. I see no benefit to America being less White.

      Gotta give the unelected Brandon junta credit they managed to bring back the 1918 flu pandemic, the 1929 depression, the 1968 race riots and the 1973 gas lines all at the same time and in less than one year of their coup. And the CPUSA still supports him with all their little hearts as do BLM and Antifa. What a class act.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Brandon: unelected Brandon junta

    Sorry Brandon, but President Biden was elected and trump was rejected.

    Brandon: 1918 flu pandemic

    Sorry Brandon, but the TrumpFlu started during the tRump regime.

    Brandon: the 1929 depression

    Sorry Brandon, but even with tRump’s mismanagement America wasn’t in a depression, and it’s certainly not in a depression now.

    Brandon: 1968 race riots

    Sorry Brandon, but the BLM riots started before President Biden was elected.

    Brandon: 1973 gas lines

    Sorry Brandon, but there are no gas lines.

    Brandon: coup

    The only coup was attempted by tRump and his henchmen. Remember what the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr said, “A riot is the language of the unheard”. Isn’t that the reason people such as you claim the insurrectionists stormed the US Capitol Building – because the insurrectionists were “unheard”?

  4. L.G.Brandon says:

    Sorry Elwood P. Dowd, but your lack of a sense of humor is probably why you miss hyperbole so often and take it as a statement of fact. But I did trigger your crazy azz.

    BTW, the election was a fraud. Brandon the Sniffer has an approval rating of about 22%. If you had the courage to investigate rather than the propensity to obfuscate and/or ignore the truth staring all of us in the face you would know that. The reason we know you pulled a coup is because you accused the protestors of trying to pull an insurrection. You ALWAYS project.

    If it weren’t for the fact you support cutting up and aborting colored babies you would have zero credibility. Your love of killing minority zygotes is your only saving grace. Viva abortion!

  5. L.G.Brandon says:

    Oh, and can you point out ONE thing Sniffer the Molester has done right?

    It’s so cute to watch you do a rundown like you did above where every point you make is the opposite of the truth.

    We are all poorer for having read your dribble.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Brandon Sniffer,

      So you admit to lie after lie. How bizarre, how bizarre.

      Brandon Sniffer: every point you make is the opposite of the truth

      Really? Biden won, the TrumpFlu started under tRump, there is no depression, the BLM protests began before President Biden took office, there are no gas lines like 1973, the Biden election was not a coup.

      Please prove one as false, thanks.

      Of the hundreds of accomplishments… One thing President Biden did right was to trounce tRump. Another was getting America out of the longest war in history, which your tRump failed to do. President Biden signed the much needed infrastructure bill that your tRump failed to do. Blocked ANWR drilling. Rejoined the Paris Accord. Didn’t plot with Putin to steal a US election. Barred tRaitor tRump from receiving intelligence briefings. He threw out 32 last-minute judicial nominations offered by tRump. Rejoined the World Health Organization (WHO) .

      • drowningpuppies says:

        Funny.

        Rimjob, dipshit that he is, labels these as “accomplishments”.

        Thanks dumbass!

        #LetsGoBrandon
        #FJB
        Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

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