Joe Biden is nervous.
The Supreme Court is not under the control of the left and is prepared to take on a number of blockbuster cases.
Now Clarence Thomas just asked the Supreme Court to do one thing Joe Biden will hate.
The goal of the conservative legal movement is to repeal Roe v. Wade.
Ending abortion-on-demand would put a stop to the snuffing out of one million lives per year in abortion mills.
Conservatives on the Court—led by Clarence Thomas—are itching to eliminate abortion-on-demand in America.
The Supreme Court took a small step in that direction by agreeing to hear an appeal from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to permit him to defend a pro-life law passed by the state.
“This case began as a challenge to a Kentucky statute regulating abortion, but it is now a dispute about a State’s authority to ensure that its laws are fully defended through this Court,” the case brief stated.
The Kentucky law bans the abortion methods of dilation and evacuation where “an unborn child is dismembered while still alive.”
Kentucky’s Democrat Governor Andy Beshear declined to defend the bill in court.
“The question instead is whether the appeals court was right to bar Attorney General Daniel Cameron from taking over the case to further challenge the ruling. Health and Family Services Secretary Eric Friedlander, an appointee of Gov. Andy Beshear, decided against further defense of the law,” the Washington Post reported.
Attorney General Cameron released a statement defending the Kentucky pro-life law.
“I promised Kentuckians that I would defend our laws all the way to the United States Supreme Court, and that’s what we’ve done,” Cameron declared. “Since day one in office, we’ve fought to defend House Bill 454, even when the Beshear administration refused to defend it. This law reflects the conscience of Kentucky.”
Marjorie Dannenfelser—President of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List group—celebrated the decision:
It is encouraging news that the Supreme Court will hear this case. We commend Attorney General Daniel Cameron for doing everything in his power to defend Kentucky’s pro-life laws, including its ban on barbaric live-dismemberment abortions, which was enacted with overwhelming bipartisan support. State legislators acting on the will of the people have both the duty and the right to protect their most vulnerable citizens – born and unborn. We look forward to seeing this right upheld.
Conservatives are still pushing the Court to take up a direct challenge to the horrendous Roe v. Wade decision.
That does not appear to be in the cards at the moment.
But this case could be a building block toward the Court hearing more abortion-related cases to eventually end the horror of abortion-on-demand in America.
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