After Roe vs Wade
The expectation for Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is enormous, and it will not be an easy battle considering the numbers in the Senate. Today I will, optimistically, assume that Trump gets his way and a conservative, sanely pro-life, Originalist judge is appointed by the Senate.
It has been rightly said that, if Roe vs Wade is overturned, the matter will go back to the States. This is true, but it is not the whole story.
How can it be that an Originalist majority of Supreme Court Justice finds that the Founding Fathers did not intend at all to enter into the matter of abortion, considering the possibility of a holocaust of unborn children something to be left to the States? We are talking of the very basis of Christian convivence here, not of the technical separation of competences between Washington and the States.
If Trump gets his appointment, I think in a matter of a few years Roe will be overturned. But this would not be enough, and one can reasonably hope that, in time – and particularly if we get a solid 6-3 one day – the Supreme Court will go on to state the right to life for the unborn child.
It seems to me that what is at stake here is way more than the overturning of a Nazi decision. It is the decision that Nazism is not a part of the fabric of the Country that the Founding Fathers had in mind.
Hope, pray and fast for the countless unborn children who are still slaughtered by “my body, my chouce” Nazi sluts and all their helpers and enablers.