Baby Killing Judges Block Abortion Laws In Some States

I guess they missed the part where the Supreme Court said that states have primacy, and the duly passed and signed laws of those states rule. But, you know that leftist abortion on demand supporting judges couldn’t care less about the law, the state constitutions, or the federal constitution

U.S. abortion ruling ignites legal battles over state bans

Battles over abortion shifted to state courts on Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedure nationwide, as judges blocked statewide bans in Louisiana and Utah and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas sued seeking similar relief.

The six are among the 13 states with “trigger laws” designed to ban or severely restrict abortions once the Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that recognized a right to the procedure, as it did on Friday.

In Louisiana, abortion services that had been halted since Friday began resuming after Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin Giarrusso on Monday issued a temporary restraining order blocking the state from carrying out its ban.

By what standard does this judge in this district have to enact a statewide order? It has jurisdiction in the Orleans district.

Later on Monday in Utah, 3rd District Court Judge Andrew Stone, at the request of a Planned Parenthood affiliate, issued a temporary restraining order that would allow abortion services to resume in the state after a 2020 ban took effect on Friday.

Once this hits the the state supreme court of Utah, same in Louisiana, the abortion laws will be in effect.

Abortion rights advocates plan to challenge an Ohio ban on abortions after six weeks that took effect on Friday, and in Florida, a group of abortion providers went before a judge on Monday to argue a challenge to that state’s ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

In those states, along with Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Texas, will see the suits at their state supreme courts quickly, and the death merchants will quickly lose. I mean, for goodness sakes, the whole Dobbs case was about the Mississippi law, and Mississippi won. If the death merchants do not like it, move to a death merchant state. The same people saying the democracy democracy democracy are now whining about losing at the ballot box. And the state supreme courts should really be the last court necessary.

Oh, and then there’s this idiot, who supposedly has a law degree

Harris: Administration ‘Looking at’ Travel Vouchers for Women to Receive Abortions

Vice President Kamala Harris said Monday on CNN’s “The Lead” that in response to the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration was “looking at” giving vouchers for travel expenses to women who leave their state to receive an abortion.

Anchor Dana Bash said, “What about the idea of financial resources? Some form of voucher for travel, child care services, other forms of support for people, for women seeking abortions in states where it’s not legal, but they just don’t have the means to go elsewhere.”

Harris said, “So this is something that we are looking at because we know, for example, in terms of how this is going to actually impact real people, over half of women who receive abortions in America are moms. That means that if they’re going to have to travel, they have to find daycare and pay for it. It means that they will if they are working, which most are, they’re going to have to have time from work, and if they don’t have paid leave, they are going to have to figure out how to afford it. It means they may have to put up money for a train or a bus or a plane, much less a hotel, and so we want to make sure that there does not result in extreme disparities or any disparities based on who can receive care based on how much money they’ve got.”

Is Harris aware of the Hyde Amendment, which blocks the federal government from using taxpayer money for anything abortion related? If they are looking at it, it shouldn’t take long. And if they attempt it, lawsuits will fly their way in federal court. And, of course, since Dana Bash is not a reporter, but, a Comrade, she failed to ask about it.

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23 Responses to “Baby Killing Judges Block Abortion Laws In Some States”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    … giving vouchers for travel expenses to women who leave their state to receive an abortion.

    On what possible basis?
    Is the Federal government going to make the claim that there is some public good being served by preventing “some people” from procreating? And further, that said public good cannot be met in any other way? And that finally that the one thing keeping that public good from being accomplished is insufficient other people’s money for bus fare?

    It looks like the Biden administration is hell bent on using tax money to support interstate trafficking of minors, and on transferring wealth from poor taxpayers to huge multinational corporations, like Planned Parenthood, Inc. and to abortion advocacy groups. I wonder what the skim-kickback rate is for Democratic party politicians.

    This goes way beyond “a woman’s right to choose. I have never heard any Leftist politician advocate to provide vouchers for guns to people living in Gun disadvantaged legal environments. And the Democratic party has been dead set against any public vouchers to improve education.

  2. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    In those states, along with Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Texas, will see the suits at their state supreme courts quickly, and the death merchants will quickly lose.

    Quickly? I can’t tell you about other states, but in Kentucky, if it has to go to the state Supreme Court, it won’t get done “quickly.”

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Why are leftists always standing up to stop democratic law? What is it that makes leftists like Dowd believe every state has to agree with them? Every state, every person must acquiesce to their desires and beliefs or they cause trouble. It’s the mind of children.


      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        Why do you sometimes use “Kye’s” picture as your avatar? How do you do that, Kye/L.G.? LOL.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    What gender is an embryo?

    All human individuals—whether they have an XX, an XY, or an atypical sex chromosome combination—begin development from the same starting point. During early development the gonads of the fetus remain undifferentiated; that is, all fetal genitalia are the same and are phenotypically female.

    How weird. Every “baby” is a little “girl” for the first 2 months in utero before male-type genitalia start to develop. So all biological “men” today, started “life” as a biological girl. All you so-called “men” are Female –> Male trans-“men”. LOL. Your tiny clitoris became your tiny penis and your vulva became your scrotum! LOL. We’re all LGBTQ etc!

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Forced birthers: The Supreme Catholic Reactionaries of the US (SCROTUS) took away what had been a 50 yr right. That’s why women and libs are activated. The next “normal” SCOTUS will overturn this SCROTUS decision!

    This is not a democratic ruling. Unelected judges, appointed by a president “elected” by a minority of voters, confirmed by an undemocratic Senate.

    We live in a minority-controlled country. The Nazis were a minority in Germany.

  5. drowningpuppies says:

    And then… out of nowhere… everyone agreed on what a woman was.

    Bwaha! Lolgf

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Can you define “woman”? If so, please do.

      • davis7134 says:


        Your stupid embryo reference shows your total lack of knowledge. Embryos have gills, are they fish? They have tails, so you think they are tadpoles. The list goes on, go get an education.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:


          So in your mother’s womb you were a female fish/tadpole before becoming a male human! trans-humanoid! Cool. What was god thinking?

          Go get an education, porter davis!

  6. H says:

    Israel has legal abortion they wrote your Bible. The Bible calls for a 2 shekel fine fir causing an abortion.obviouy they don’t consider it murder

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Does the American right consider Jews to be baby killers?

      BTW, The Hyde “Amendment” does not apply to girl’s/women’s pregnancies resulting from rape or incest or for pregnancies threatening a girl’s/woman’s life.

      • CarolAnn says:

        The “American right” considers anyone who kills babies a baby killer. What would you consider them? Is killing babies part of the Jewish faith?

        The vast majority of the “American right” also understand pregnancies from rape or incest and when it threatens a woman’s life. Unlike you rigid leftist ideologues we have an area of disagreement on many things which is why you guys are like Nazis. You can’t think on your own.

        Hairy, you are both incorrect on the application of Jewish law and the idea that somehow we Christians agree with it. You are also not the person to lecture Jews on their religion being a fascist atheist yourself. Don’t worry what Jews think worry about yourself. If you’re so committed to killing babies, open up a abortion clinic and put your money where your mouth is.

    • Professor Hale says:

      The modern state of Israel, established in 1948, didn’t write anyone’s bible. Nor are they an authority on Christianity. The Christian Bible, not counting modern revisions by self serving activists, is composed of 66 books, written by multiple authors. For example, 2/3rds of the New Testament was written by Paul. The Bible, as we know it, has multiple sections, each composed for independent purposes, over a period of 500 years. Some sections are a historical record of the royal court (Kings and Chronicles). Some are poetry. Some are genealogy. Most of the New testament are letters written from Apostles to specific branches of the new church.

      I could go on, but there is no point. Militant atheists (is there any other kind?) are the most closed minded and intolerant people on God’s green Earth. They will never be happy as long as anyone practices Christianity.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        We thought the Torah (and Talmud) were written by Jews. Most Jewish sects do not believe fertilized ova, embryos and fetuses are “persons”.

        Islam permits abortions under certain circumstances.

      • JimS says:

        Militant atheists (is there any other kind?)

        There are definitely other kinds. Myself for one. I couldn’t care less what someone believes, so long as it doesn’t negatively affect me, or if they try to use it as justification for law. If you want to pass those sort of laws you need to find a non-religious justification for it.

        • Professor hale says:

          You mean like “Thou shalt not commit Murder”? It would be easy for you to argue that such a law negatively impacts you and your desire to kill other people who really REALLY deserve it.

          If we restrict our comments to specifically the overturning of Roe V Wade, You would have to agree that there was ZERO religious element to the arguments made in the court. Zero. Thus, you would completely support the decision. No one on either side argued about the beginning of life, the sanctity of life, or the morality of the state interest in preserving life. The argument was strictly that the previous ruling was overturned because the clear reading of the constitution, as written in English, a language that we all understand, makes no provision for abortion as a right… nor any other medical procedure.

          Before you go all militant on me, I am not pro-life. When it comes to Abortion, I believe the states should regulate it in the same manner that they do all other elective medical procedures. My justification: It’s good enough for all the other invasive patient-doctor interactions, it should be good enough for that too. States, through their state medical boards, should weigh things like patient risk, best medical practices, insurance costs and patient outcome statistics and law should follow. The best chance Abortion has of not being regulated by religion, is to get it out of the courts and back to the legislatures where to belonged all along.

          • JimS says:

            You completely misunderstood my comment. All I was saying is that a law should not be justified by quoting a religious text. That’s not so say that the same law could not be justified in some secular way. To use your murder example, it’s perfectly legit to ban murder because you’ve taken something belonging to another. No need to quote scripture.
            I totally agree that the Court made the right decision for the right reason in Roe v Wade. But I wasn’t really commenting on that at all, just your slur on atheists. Undoubtably some are militant, but not all.

          • Professor Hale says:

            Very well. I shall amend: All atheists are militant EXCEPT JimS.

            The murder example is telling because even if you vehemently reject the existence of God, you cannot reject the influence of religious people in the USA and the creation of political institutions going back to the middle ages. We are who we are and value the things we value because of those roots. Even your own example of “taking something belonging to another” is from “thou halt not steal”. Communists have no such prohibition. For them the greatest virtue is “for the common good” and sometimes that includes murder, rape, torture, and certainly theft. Breaking as many eggs as it takes to create those omelets. All of Western civilization’s best laws are based in morality, which itself is based in Christianity specifically, and shared by a few other religions in some parts. The other laws are either just administrative (driving on the right side of the road) or Arbitrary (1.6 gallons per flush). So go ahead and scoff at the influence of religion in law all the while enjoying the irrefutable benefits of it. Every part of your own internal sense of justice is formed by religious influence. You cannot escape it any more than a modern American woman can escape the influence of Feminism in her life.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            The Code of Hammurabi was written about 1750 BCE and Hammurabi attributed it to Shamash, who, in Mesopotamian religion, was the god of the sun.

            Once humans evolved from hunter-gatherer-wandering nomads and civilizations in Mesopotamia, Egypt the Indus valley (Pakistan) some 5000-6000 years ago, social hierarchies developed with rules and laws to promote the common good.

            SC justices had looked at Roe v Wade since 1973 but it was not overturned until 2022 when six Catholics voted to overturn it. Yes, the US Congress needs to create a law regulating abortion.

  7. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    porter davis,

    You claim to be a doctor, so perhaps you can opine on what happens if an XY fetus has a screw-up in develop and the necessary increase in androgens doesn’t occur.

    Ambiguous genitalia is a rare condition affecting 1:1500 to 1:4500 births, or 600 to 2000 new cases per year in the US.>

    So although it’s rare the statistics implies there exist many individuals who are sort of between male and female. What do you think?

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      They are not “between” anything, they are mutants. People are born with all kinds of defects but they don’t get their own sex because of them.

      Being born with a mutated or deformed genitalia doe not create a “new” sex.


      • The catholic but not Catholic Elwood P. Dowd says:


        Speaking of mutants, I’ve seen your picture.

        You’re one sick, sick mutant.

        Why do you care?

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