The fated day we all hoped would come has finally arrived. The writing was on the wall for Roe v. Wade ever since it was leaked (by a Leftist clerk, no doubt, since we still don’t know who it was) that the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was all but ruled on already, as it’s the case which effectively overturns Roe v. Wade and sends the issue of abortion back to the states.
In a 6-3 ruling, meaning that even Deep Stater John Roberts was in favor, the Supreme Court of the United States has overturned the worst SCOTUS decision in history, the 1973 case of Roe v. Wade which killed (so glad to put it in past-tense now) over 63,000,000 children in the 49 years this atrocity plagued America.
Interesting to note that the SCOTUS’ official Twitter page tweeted the news: “THE SUPREME COURT HAS OVERTURNED ROE V. WADE, ELIMINATING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO ABORTION.” There never was such a constitutional right. Nowhere in the Constitution does it say that a woman has the right to kill her child in her womb. If it did, this decision wouldn’t have been made today.
But alas, much as the Left will undoubtedly make a ruckus that could, potentially, mimic the 2020 Antifa/BLM riots (not that I care anymore, since they’d target deep-blue cities), the fact of the matter remains that abortions will be severely hampered from this day forward.
Unfortunately, of course, the issue is far from resolved. Really, I’d say this is just the beginning. It’s a good beginning and a great step forward, but the evil institution of abortion is still alive. States such as California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Colorado had expressed that in the event that Roe were to be overturned (which it now has and I’m not sorry for continually bringing that up in this article), they would become “sanctuary states” for abortion, with states like Oregon already allowing abortion up to the third trimester.
And it’s entirely possible, even likely, that other Leftist states will follow suit, or at the very least continue to not restrict abortion in their own states.
So we’re still far from destroying this evil institution, but not as far as we were before this decision, or as far as perhaps one might think. I mean, how many of us really expected to see Roe overturned within our lifetimes? We all certainly prayed that would be the case, and sooner rather than later, but there was definitely a concern that it would never be overturned (particularly since RINOs could often run on fighting abortion and overturning Roe, and actually doing it would mean one less item to run on).
But that concern is out the window now, as is Roe v. Wade. So what’s left ahead of us is the work that still needs to be done. Again, Leftist states have sought to become “sanctuaries” for baby murder, so there is still plenty of injustice left to fight in this country.
In all likelihood, we will need to end abortion the same way we ended slavery (minus a civil war, hopefully): make a constitutional amendment protecting the right to life. This is, of course, an inherent, inalienable right of mankind, as the Founders knew perfectly well, but since we just came off of 49 years of butchering children, it’s clear that we need such an amendment.
So long as abortion is still practiced and the institution lives, the fight is not over. We just took down an important pillar of it, but they’re not out of it yet. We have to proverbially crush the head of the snake and end it for good.
Thankfully, states like Texas, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Florida have or will restrict abortion entirely, freeing those states of the plague of abortion, so we can definitely celebrate the achievement that this is.
We truly must thank the Lord for a number of things, primarily for setting things up in a way that Roe would be overturned today. God gave us Trump and three Justices in four years (a rare, if not unique event) for precisely this landmark decision. I still have issues with the SCOTUS and Trump’s picks particularly (Thomas and Alito are the two greatest Justices ever), but I do have to commend them for not caving to the mob, particularly after the decision was leaked last month.
The attempts at terrorizing the justices thankfully were failures, as they should’ve been, and I can’t help but recall the Kavanaugh confirmation process and roughly what I said back then. I don’t remember exactly where it was, but I basically said that the treatment of Kavanaugh was going to bite the Left in the rear. Them accusing him of awful bullcrap with absolutely zero evidence was not going to help their case in trying to moderate the Justice. If anything, it was going to lead to Kavanaugh being ticked off enough at the people who tried to destroy him that he would be, if presented with the opportunity, crucial in the overturning of Roe.
Now, there were other cases which could’ve overturned Roe sooner (I recall one such case which the SCOTUS, fresh off of picking up Kavanaugh, refused to take which Kavanaugh agreed in not taking, thus delaying this decision), and that ticked me off pretty badly, but God is always in control. It just wasn’t the time, back then, to overturn Roe; now is, for whatever reason God knows.
Maybe it was important that the New York conceal carry law was stricken first. Maybe it was important that states set up the immediate banning of abortion upon Roe’s overturning first (after all, Texas and other states didn’t have such laws until after Biden stole the election).
Whatever the case may be, it’s all in God’s timing, and this will hopefully turn the tide against the child killers and their movement of death. Again, we cannot rest until the evil institution of abortion is destroyed like slavery was.
Overturning Roe was step 1. More will be to come, necessarily.
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