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HomeHealth CareThe Supreme Court’s decision in Roe was as shameful as its decision...

The Supreme Court’s decision in Roe was as shameful as its decision in Dredd Scott — and for the same reason.

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The end of Roe v. Wade is perhaps the greatest political and cultural event in a generation. It will change American politics forever, and — what’s more important — it will save the lives of countless unborn children. The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs is a great victory for the U.S. Constitution, for the American people, and for justice and truth and the common good.

It is also a turning point. We should now expect Democrats and the left to call more explicitly for violence, initially against places like crisis pregnancy centers and Catholic churches, as we have already seen, and eventually against ordinary people who disagree with them. We should expect not just calls for physical attacks against the justices in the Dobbs majority, but, as we have also already seen, attempts to carry out such attacks.

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1 COMMENT

  1. And violence has usually been the answer resorted to by Democrats
    when they can’t make a rational reply in an argument.
    On May 22, 1856, Senator Preston Brooks od South Carolina resorted to it in the Senate chamber by beating Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts with his cane, while other horrified senators watched.