There is only one institution in D.C that’s not totally overrun by the radical left. And that’s the Supreme Court.
Thanks to Donald Trump’s aggressive attempts to fill vacant seats, the court enjoys a strong conservative majority. (Which has terrified Dems, spurring talk of “court-packing.”)
With a conservative majority, the left has lost its chance of ramming a progressive agenda onto the country.
Republicans, on the other hand, are moving fast to make this majority count.
From The Oklahoman:
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take a Mississippi case that could allow states to ban abortions after 15 weeks, one of at least four abortion cases in the court’s current term in which Hunter’s office has backed state regulations…
Hunter said his office has a strong interest in getting involved when “wayward” courts “get the facts and the law wrong on issues of immense public importance like abortion.”
At least four cases concerning the left’s biggest holy grail might end up before the Supreme Court.
And Oklahoma’s AG is urging the highest court in the land to take up one of the biggest.
This case concerns a law in Kentucky, that would let states set stricter limits on this largely unpopular practice.
If the court rules in favor of the states, they will be able to ban the practice after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
While not all states will enact such laws, this will allow states to make their own decisions on this crucial issue.
Taking the power out of the federal government’s hands and giving it to states, is a big step in restoring the power of the people over the government.
The Supreme Court has yet to take up this case, but the OK AG is fighting hard so they will. The state’s ACLU is trying to discourage this move, attacking the attorney general rather than putting up a real argument.
But if the court does rule this way, it will be a major victory for conservative Americans.
- Oklahoma’s AG is urging the Supreme Court to take up an abortion case from Kentucky.
- If the court rules in the state’s favor, it would mean states can ban the practice after 15 weeks.
- The OK ACLU is fighting to prevent the case from reaching the Supreme Court.
Source: The Oklahoman