Texas Supreme Court Rules Abortion Ban Law Is Constitutional

The original death merchant judge had to know his BS ruling would crash quickly

Texas can enforce 1925 abortion ban, state Supreme Court says

The death merchants will try anything to continue to kill the unborn, instead of recommending that people use contraception and have responsible sex

These insane people thinking killing a fetus is health care. Not for the fetus. And almost 90% of abortions are elective, because people are irresponsible.

A hearing is scheduled on July 12 to decide on a more permanent restraining order. The case will eventually be heard on its merits, though effectively the trigger law set to take effect in about two months will ensure abortion is banned in Texas regardless of whether the 1925 law is enforced.

So, it doesn’t matter, but, you know the death merchants will judge shop to find one to end the trigger law, then they’ll lose at the Texas Supreme Court, then they’ll try to file in federal court, and eventually be smacked down because the Supreme Court ruled.

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15 Responses to “Texas Supreme Court Rules Abortion Ban Law Is Constitutional”

  1. Hal P says:

    Abortion is NOT healthcare. It is Murder

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Abortion is not Murder, or even murder, which is the killing of a person.

      Would you deny an early term abortion for a 10 year old rape victim?

      Would killing the embryo she carries be murder? First degree, since it’s certainly intentional.

      Is the embryo in her uterus more important than the little girl’s life?

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    Do your fucking job Garland.

    “Two months ago, Governor Hogan and Governor Youngkin sent a letter calling on Attorney General Garland to enforce the clear and unambiguous federal statutes on the books that prohibit picketing at judges’ residences,” Ricci wrote. “A month later, hours after an assassination attempt on Justice Kavanaugh, the Department of Justice finally responded, declining to enforce the laws.”


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

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Amendment I
      Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

      States have rights. This should be left up to the states. It’s clear the law is unConstitutional (see First Amendment). Should the Supreme Court be able to decide if members of the Supreme Court get special privileges?

      • drowningpuppies says:

        Maybe Rimjob can point to where the law has been adjudicated as unconstitutional.
        Go ahead. Please show everyone your incredible ignorance.

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

      • david7134 says:

        One key word is peaceful assembly. The people around the judges homes are anything but. You have gone on about types of speech, we have educated you on this subject over the years, surly you can not have forgotten your lesions.

      • Dana says:

        As the people on January 6, 2021, peaceably assembled to petition the government for a redress of grievances. They might have gotten a bit carried away, but that’s all.

        • The Liberal but not libertarian Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Yes, quite peaceful except for the broken doors, windows and attacks on Capitol police.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Why won’t the media ask of all Texas men have their vasectomies? That will cut the actual abortion rate rather than hiding them under a ban.

    Hello, mifepristone and misoprostol. Also, Texas women are flocking to New Mexico for abortions. You haven’t stopped abortions, you’ve just moved them.

    So states can regulate some rights but not others.

    • CarolAnn says:

      Why won’t the media ask if all Texas men have their vasectomies and for that matter why aren’t they asking why all women aren’t sterilized? How about just he women who have abortions get sterilized? Why not just make murder legal instead of hiding all the murders under a ban?

      Seems New Mexico had to add several new bus and train schedules to accommodate all those women just flocking to get abortions. Thousands of them, no millions!

      Your brilliant statement about just moving but not stopping abortions shows the same short sighted , narrow minded contempt for the will of the people as does you following stupid statement about regulating some rights but not others. You really, really hate it when people voice their will in democratic ways instead of blindly obeying your fascist dictates and personal demands about how they should vote.

      Why don’t fools like you just move to N. Korea where the laws and atmosphere are much more to your liking instead of inflicting your personal hate for freedom on us here?

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        “The people” are pro-choice. If you think this attack on rights is going to go down easily, you are wrong. The system had evolved to where the abortion rate was plummeting. Late term abortions, except to save the mother, or to remove a dead or dying fetus, are almost non-existent.

        Murder is the killing of a person without justification or excuse. Zygotes, embryos and fetuses are not considered persons in the US.

        No one is forcing women to have abortions but conservatives ARE forcing women to give birth. Conservatives support rights for zygotes but not women (or ten year old Ohio girls).

        A Texas woman who desperately wanted a baby, after miscarrying 3 times and surviving cervical cancer again conceived and had a scan at 16 weeks gestation…

        Over the following days, specialists told DeSpain and her husband that Finley was missing a kidney, had a heart that couldn’t direct blood where it needed to go and that his brain “had split.”

        Then, specialists told her that he had triploidy, a rare chromosome abnormality, and that he would not survive. Carrying a baby with triploidy can also cause complications for the mother and pre-eclampsia, a pregnancy complication involving increased blood pressure and other issues.

        Based on Texas law she could not safely obtain an abortion in her home state.

        “So at 19 weeks, we drove ten hours out of state” to get an abortion in New Mexico, DeSpain wrote. “I walked into the clinic alone. I passed people whose signs said that I was a murderer. ‘Don’t kill your baby!’ they screamed at me. ‘We have resources!’ Don’t kill your baby? ‘My baby has triploidy. He is DYING. He is going to SUFFOCATE,’ I yelled back.

        “I was angry… They assumed that I did not WANT the child that I had prayed for for almost eight years.”

        She had the abortion in March and her son’s ashes were later mailed back to Texas.

        What do you feel Ms DeSpain should have done? Please read her story in her own words… it’s heartbreaking and unfair. Please do not contact her to call her a murderer or monster… she has suffered enough.

        These draconian laws are causing real problems for real American women.

        Under Roe v Wade, almost all abortions were performed by 12 weeks gestation; with half by taking mifepristone and misoprostol pills at home.

        Mx Teach and other misogynists mock women for getting pregnant, implying they are harlots, whores and jezebels for having sexual relations, ignorant of the fact that ALL forms of contraception have failure rates. While understanding that Mx Teach is unmarried and as a good conservative Christian does not have sexual relations, is he vasectomized just in case he runs across a devilish jezebel who bedazzles him? Better safe than daddy.

        But why are you still so angry? You, tRump, states’ rights and the SCROTUS won!! You are saving hundreds of thousands of “babies” every year, aren’t you? So why so angry? Is it because the right-wing fascist takeover of the US is not yet complete?

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        The observation that forced-births in individual states means many, many women will find a nearby state for abortions is just a fact. Sorry if that makes you even more angry. Perhaps if wingers take the House, Senate and WH by 2024 you guys can ban ALL abortions, period. What other freedoms are on your radar? Same-sex marriage? Mixed-race marriage? Extramarital sex? Contraception?

        We understand that many American conservatives have deep emotional responses to the abortion issue, being the raison d’etre of the winger movement for decades.

        You will need to transfer your preternatural anger and hatred to a new issue, like CRT, LGBTQs, gun grabbers etc. Teach will let you know. There is a winger push to monitor what underpaid public school teachers say in class. It will be hard to control what everyone does or says, though.

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