Democrats are still winching from the tremendous impact Donald Trump had on our courts.
Aside from the hundreds of federal judges he placed, President Trump transformed the Supreme Court.
Thanks to him, we have a 6-3 conservative majority. A once split court with John Roberts as the “swing” vote is now reliably constitutionalist.
What Democrats feared all along has come true. The court is about to take on a case that could send shockwaves through the nation.
The Supreme Court on Monday announced it will hear its first abortion case with a newly fortified 6-3 conservative majority, taking up a procedural question of who has the power to defend state abortion restrictions in court.
The justices agreed to hear the Kentucky attorney general’s bid to intervene in a lawsuit over a state abortion ban that the governor refused to defend.
The Supreme Court will be taking up a case regarding a Kentucky law banning surgical abortion used after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
The law was signed in 2018 by then-Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. The state’s current governor, Democrat Andy Beshear refused to defend the law after a lower court blocked it.
Kentucky’s attorney general, Daniel Cameron, is fighting to get this law restored. He has appealed to the Supreme Court to reverse this case.
What the Supreme Court decides will have a huge impact on whether or not states have the power to intervene on the rights on an unborn child.
In recent years, red states have vigorously defended pro-life values, by passing various laws. Democrats have raged, suing to overturn even modest attempts at defending life.
Kentucky’s case could determine whether states have the ability to regulate and protect the rights of the unborn, limiting abortion in various circumstances.
Conservatives argue that the federal government has no right to interfere with the will of state leaders, who are passing laws that reflect the values of their citizens.
Democrats, as usual, are trying to abuse the power of the courts to force their will onto the entire country.
Many people will be watching how the Supreme Court rules on this case. While the 6-3 conservative majority has leftists troubled, we can’t predict right now how they will rule.
- The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case regarding a Kentucky abortion ban.
- A lower court knocked down a state law banning surgical abortion used after 15 weeks.
- The current governor, a Democrat, refused to defend the law, so the AG is fighting for it.