Shades of grey hysteria over the confirmation of Justice Bret Kavanaugh are beginning to reappear again. “The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a major abortion case from Mississippi that could allow states to ban abortions prior to fetal viability. If successful, the state could pave the way for a rollback of abortion rights.”
The journey of this case in America finds its historical beginnings in Russia, which was the first nation to legalize abortion under Vladimir Lenin. That ideology spread from the USSR across the West and landed right in the United States of America in 1973. Since Roe v Wade was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States, it has been one landmark ruling after another, including the State of New York’s late-term abortion law in 2018.
As the Supreme Court hears this Mississippi abortion case, all eyes are on three justices in particular: Justice Kavanaugh, Barrett, and Gorsuch. Justice Barrett has yet to rule on an abortion case, and justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch dissented in a Louisiana case that would’ve imposed limits on carrying out abortion. This track record, including all of President Trump’s three conservative justices, begs the question what difference does it make if the Supreme Court of the United States of America hears an abortion case?
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