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‘Calling It a Baby?’: The Left Melts Down After SCOTUS Refuses To Halt Texas Pro-Life Law

‘Calling It a Baby?’: The Left Melts Down After SCOTUS Refuses To Halt Texas Pro-Life Law

Yes, one leftist cannot believe we call the unborn human being inside a woman a baby. People who claim to “follow the science” lack basic biology knowledge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDYNVH0U3cs

I never thought pro-life SCOTUS justices would have the balls to refuse to stop a law that strips Roe vs. Wade.

Good for them for following the science and basic biology.

SCOTUS voted 5-4 to to not stop the Texas Heartbeat Law, which bans abortion after a viable heartbeat. Moms know that you usually hear a heartbeat at the six-week appointment.

The decision left the pro-abortion people foaming at the mouth, screaming the end of the world and Texas will turn into the Handmaids Tale or whatever that show is called.

God forbid we protect life. You know, the first and most important natural right given to us by our Creator.

Weird. LIFE is in the Constitution. Abortion is not. Even their beloved late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg said SCOTUS ruled on Roe vs. Wade the wrong way.

Grab the popcorn!

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This was a scary, non-decision. I’ll wait until cases the scotus deems “decision-worthy” pop up…..and they will. Roberts, once again, has sided w/the loonies.

This is a very silly postion to take because even the majority opinion was clear that Texas is going to lose in a decision on the merits for 2 reasons. 1) the Texas law fails the undue burden test and 2) the State has no interest whatsoever in a pre-viable fetus and thus necessarily fail under strict scrutiny as well. See Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 505 U.S. 833.

    CommoChief in reply to Juris Doctor. | September 2, 2021 at 1:17 pm

    I am not sure that your statement that ‘the State has no interest in a pre viable’ is accurate. Many States allow charges for an act that results in a miscarriage.

    Further there is an entire body of workplace safety law and regulations at Federal and State level that requires employers to make accommodation for pregnancy.

    A human life… fetus… baby is viable until her Choice or Her Choice. The viability argument is a strawman conceived to deny the evolution and humanity of human life from conception following sex.

While I am glad for their decision, I do have to raise a point in response to the line in the article, “Good for them for following the science and basic biology.” This case was actually just a request for an injunction and the decision was based solely on a legal technicality that there was not (yet) an identifiable person to which the court could say, “Stop – don’t do anything just yet.” See the article two articles before this one:

https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/09/supreme-court-refuses-to-halt-texas-heartbeat-law-on-procedural-grounds/

Thanks,
Ted

There is a special place for women who are “proud” of murdering their children…

And Robert’s, what a piece of shit that man is

Good for the 5

And as far as “undue burden “… how about the undue burden of being murdered?

    UserP in reply to gonzotx. | September 2, 2021 at 1:36 pm

    “And Robert’s, what a piece of shit that man is?”

    Man?

    C. Lashown in reply to gonzotx. | September 2, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    The next step in the process is to proclaim an abortion is murder, and anyone entering into a contract for murder can be held on charges of First Degree Murder. Prison or the death penalty would be the resultant rewards!

    Who will vote to be the martyr and accept the death penalty – hopefully some Hollywood star known for their big mouth.

      The goal of Pro-Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness, is a reconcilable and durable treatment of human life, not retributive change. Diversity of individuals, minority of one, throughout our life.

    henrybowman in reply to gonzotx. | September 2, 2021 at 5:35 pm

    “There is a special place for women who are “proud” of murdering their children…”
    Hooray for Hollywood!

One commenter correctly pointed out that the unintended consequence of the Texas law is now blue states are free to pass laws allowing for private enforcment of gun control legislation.

    There is no mystery in sex and conception. A woman and man have four choices: abstention, prevention, adoption, and compassion. The Pro-Choice religion advances a behavioral protocol to normalize the wicked solution for social and medical progress.

    That said, the scope is limited to elective abortion of life for causes other than self-defense. It does not apply to dual-use items, including, but not limited to: vacuums, guns, scalpels, cars, bats.

    henrybowman in reply to Juris Doctor. | September 2, 2021 at 3:05 pm

    The 2nd Amendment has a lot stronger and more specific language than the ith Amendment, which in fact has no language at all.

      Also, the civil right to carry arms is multipurpose, which including law enforcement actions, criminal activities, and self-abortions accounts for thousands of deaths, while planned parent/hood is single-minded with a nearly perfect record of aborting human life and collateral damage that number in the hundreds of thousands annually in America alone and millions more through domestic and transnational corporations. A wicked solution for a purportedly hard problem with “benefits”.

    Exiliado in reply to Juris Doctor. | September 2, 2021 at 3:18 pm

    I am wondering, how can states be “free to pass” gun control laws without running afoul of the Second Amendment.
    At the same time, I am still wondering where in the Constitution does it say that abortion is a right at all,

      The Twilight Amendment (“penumbras and emanations”)… ostensibly the right to privacy. Demos-cracy is aborted in darkness, if you can get away with it, certainly, but normalizing this choice has present and forward-looking consequences.

      Even the justices who voted in favor of Roe v Wade realized that they were walking on shaky ground. They fashioned a “right to privacy” that doesn’t specifically exist in the Constitution, partly because they wanted so badly to believe the “safe, legal and rare” argument and because it was politically expedient. Don’t ever let anyone get away with arguing that SCOTUS is apolitical. It is absolutely not.

    Colonel Travis in reply to Juris Doctor. | September 2, 2021 at 3:33 pm

    What the heck is private enforcement of gun control legislation?

    So long as we get to shoot the private enforcers, bring it on.

There is no mystery in sex and conception. The Progressive Church, Synagogue, Corporation, Clinic, etc., use the technical term of art “fetus” to socially distance themselves and socially justify the wicked solution for life that is deemed a “burden”, profitable, or politically incongruent (i.e. !”=”) under the established Pro-Choice religion and the Twilight Amendment (i.e. “penumbras and emanations”). This is a religious and sociopolitical apology and not universally accepted, and why they resorted to carry out witch hunts and warlock trials in order to force the perception (handmade tales) of a rape… rape-rape society or a systemic condition where a woman and man are denied four choices. Pro-Life is pro-choice. Pro-Choice denies women and men’s dignity and agency, and reduces human life to a negotiable asset.

Me neither. I had two abortions. Never would have had my beautiful life without them. So grateful.

— Adalina-Alejandrina Capuli-Chaskañahui Merello (@AdalinaCMerello) September 2, 2021

The two children she aborted never had any sort of life, beautiful or not.

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The biological reality is that life is best seen as a spectrum. Is an egg a life? Probably not. Is a sperm a life? Probably not either. Is a blastocyst a life? It certainly can become one. Is a child over 22 months term a life? They can and do live outside the womb. Is a foetus at 6 weeks a life? That is outside my pay grade. I would rather err on saying a foetus is a life than say it is not one however.

    n.n in reply to lhw. | September 2, 2021 at 1:36 pm

    Fetus is a technical term of art used in lieu of baby to refer to a stage in human evolution a la infant, teenager, adult, senior, and to socially distance technicians and abortionists.

    Dolce Far Niente in reply to lhw. | September 2, 2021 at 2:01 pm

    “Life” is not a spectrum. It is binary. An egg or sperm by itself will never be anything but a gamete, while a fertilized egg which is now an individual distinct from all other individuals, will grow and change and develop constantly henceforth.

    The fact that a certain stages of life a human is not capable of independence from a biological or environmental support system is not relevant. A newborn, while all would consider it living being, cannot survive more than a few days without intervention by another human, nor can someone on life-saving equipment in a hospital.

    The “needs no care” definition of human isn’t actually one these progressive want to see instituted generally.

      To the left, life is cheap. Especially ours. They start small, and go large. The small is indoctrinating young women on the joys of abortion – literally. The joys of abortion. (T-shirts and all.)

      So when hopelessly unmarried warped American female college grads go on looting sprees and riots alongside street garbage, the origin of their insane rage becomes apparent.

      Home schooling is our only hope if we ever want to take back education, but secession is more likely, given the time constraints: our world literally won’t be recognizable in another 3 and a half years of Biden. Perhaps if Harris takes over, she’ll be at least smart enough to see the nation’s rage, and have a heart to heart with the American people, telling them again to get their Christmas shopping done early.

    The same bad actors who scream about abortion being “women’s health” also complain about the lack of free birth control. One negates the other in the majority of cases. So, wouldn’t it make better sense to encourage women to go the safest route by using birth control to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to send women to get a procedure that can be physically and mentally damaging for life?

Have you ever seen the videos when the sperm enters the egg?

There is a blast of energy seen as light

It is when the soul enters

Life begins the moment the sperm is in the egg…

It is LIFE…

Just imagine if we found anything like it on our journeys into space…

    Six weeks is a baby step, in the right direction. The goal is to abort religious (i.e. behavioral protoocol) progress that enshrines the wicked solution, among other sociopolitical constructs legalized under The Twilight Amendment (“penumbras and emanations”). There is no mystery in sex and conception, and we should not adopt a religion that, denies women and men’s dignity and agency, and reduces human life to a negotiable asset.

These progs are truly insane. “Lives are being destroyed” by…. NOT killing babies.

WTF? They’re either morons or evil. Or evil morons.

In the early 70s, it started as legal safe and RARE. Now is morphed to every baby is a potential vicitm

There never has been a right to abortion enshrined in the constitution and never will be. It’s just some made up crap by bad lawyers pretending to be wise judges. Americans’ relationship with abortion would have been settled by now if these high handed judges could left it alone.

    The Constitution does not recognize a right to slavery, diversity (i.e. color judgments), or elective abortion. Even the right of self-defense prioritizes mitigating an immediate and imminent threat over lethal force. The alternatives were instituted through force at the fringe, until overturned with force and market (e.g. democratic) dynamics.

The dark comedy of the blood-lust crowd is two things:
1-their hypocracy in the covid vaccine debate; and
2-the loudest people on the blood-lust side are eithet too fat, homely and/or biologicslally incapable of getting pregnant.

The Friendly Grizzly | September 2, 2021 at 2:35 pm

Two questions:
How many “pro-choice” are in favor of compulsory vaccination? My body my choice?

How many “pro-life” will remain so after their daughters or nieces are gang raped by our new immigrants?

    There is the morning after pill

    Can’t comment on number one. Here is the RC answer to number 2, the Church’s stance. As you know individuals might well make different choices. https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/ethical-treatment-after-rape.html

      Milhouse in reply to kyrrat. | September 3, 2021 at 10:08 am

      The one point I don’t understand in that is why Catholic law places the onus on a doctor to have moral certainty that the patient is not pregnant, before treating her to make sure she stays that way. Jewish law would say that since she is not known to be pregnant we are entitled to assume that that remains the case, and to act as if it were the case; only once her pregnancy is an established fact must we take it into account.

      (Not that it’s relevant in this case, since Jewish law also does not regard an unformed embryo as a person; only once it is a fœtus, at about six weeks, is it regarded as a person, with the right not to be killed. So even if we know for a fact that the patient is pregnant Jewish law would still allow treatment to end the pregnancy before a fœtus forms. But here I’m trying to apply the Catholic doctrine that personhood begins as soon as there is a human zygote. My question is why our default presumption must be that the zygote exists, and therefore before treatment we must prove it doesn’t; why not apply the opposite presumption, as Jewish law would, and presume that the status quo ante continues until there is proof otherwise?)

    Colonel Travis in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | September 2, 2021 at 4:28 pm

    I don’t know why you have all downvotes, they are legit questions.

      Maybe because he’s calling all pro-life people hypocrites.

        The Friendly Grizzly in reply to txvet2. | September 2, 2021 at 5:03 pm

        No. I asked a question. And if you read it that way, same for the pro choice side.

        Well, he’s really not. If you feel like a hypocrite reading his perfectly reasonable question, that says more about you than Grizz.

        Look, abortion is a charged issue. Do you want, is your faith strong enough to support, bringing babies conceived by a rape (from an illegal alien or not) into the world? I think a lot of Christians would say yes. That God’s will is manifesting and that we must love all, including babies conceived in rape.

        I think Grizz is just asking us to examine our core. And that’s a good thing. Especially since we actually have the wherewithal to do so, unlike the brain-dead leftist zombies who cannot think for themselves and just mouth lunacy they learned from their SJW “teacher.”

          I suppose Christians would say that. I’d say love has nothing to do with it; you don’t have to love the baby in order not to kill it. You have the right to hate it; but you can’t go around shooting people just because you hate them. Unfortunately you must carry it until the earliest time at which it’s safe to remove it, and then you can give it away. You can’t remove it earlier, just as you can’t evict a trespasser into a blizzard that will certainly kill him. So long as the storm is raging you must put up with the trespasser, because as Mr Branca constantly reminds us one of the requirements of self-defense is proportionality, and it is not legitimate to use deadly force to defend oneself from something less than serious injury.

    Answers to your 2 questions:

    FIrst, the pro-choice lunatics (mostly fat, homely and usually too old to get pregnant) look like the morons they are with their non-pro-choice stance of the China Flu experiemental vaccine.

    Second: the majority of them will remain leftist cultists till the day they die. Perhaps their raped daughters won’t.

      Russ from Winterset in reply to TheFineReport.com. | September 2, 2021 at 8:44 pm

      Just because the question is uncomfortable & hard to answer, doesn’t mean that it’s improper.

      If an abortion killed the rapist, I would be all for letting every rape victim have access to one. Unfortunately, the fetus is the descendant of the rapist, not the actual criminal. To take it to ridiculous extremes, if killing the rapist’s unborn child is acceptable, could you justify killing any existing children he has fathered as punishment for his crime?

      A compromise for the time being might allow morning-after pills for victims. At least until culture has time to change hearts & minds.

    Fathers and Mothers, time to ARM your daughters! Time for some fun family trips to the pistol range.

The morning after pill STOPS a pregnancy before it starts, therefore NOT an abortion

    Milwaukee in reply to gonzotx. | September 3, 2021 at 12:29 am

    Life starts at conception, when the lucky sperm meets the waiting egg. A drug which stops that process is an abortificant, which is a n abortion.

      CommoChief in reply to Milwaukee. | September 3, 2021 at 8:20 am

      Absolutes are fine philosophically but not practical in a political process. We need to learn to take ‘yes’ as a win before we demand more. Partial victories are still victories.

      If we can eliminate entirely 2nd and 3rd trimester abortions and the majority of 1st trimester abortions that’s a huge win. Even if confined to red States that’s a win. In fact it’s twofer. Eliminate the vast majority of abortion and in a manner that reinforces Federalism.

      Milhouse in reply to Milwaukee. | September 3, 2021 at 10:56 am

      Conception is not a single moment. It takes time, and I’d say that at a minimum it’s OK to stop that process at any time until it’s complete.

        Milwaukee in reply to Milhouse. | September 3, 2021 at 4:04 pm

        Thank you, Milhouse.
        I have erred. Conception is a process. I was thinking of fertilization, which happens at a distinct point in time.
        Earlier I likewise erred. A morning after pill which prevents a fertilized egg from implantation would be an abortificant. My bad for the poor, and incorrect word usage.

Colonel Travis | September 2, 2021 at 3:44 pm

I love when the left gets apoplectic like this.
Love, love, love.
Selfish, science-denying goofballs. All child, all the time.

The irony – without abortion, concentrated in Blacks, this country would long since have been a Socialist paradise.

Liberals are obsessed with that Handmaids thing. They imagine everyone on the Right wants to turn our society into that – whatever it is.

On the Right, the whole thing doesn’t resonate at all. Most have never even heard of it, and it doesn’t resonate with anyone at all.

    This has struck me as strange from the outset of the “Handmaids” cosplay thing. It makes no sense at all since it fails to resonate with the middle or the right, so my guess is that this is the kind of thing that Alinsky referred to as keeping the commie soldiers interested and engaged. It’s not meant to play to us; it’s intended to be a clarion call to the leftist base who “gets” this weird crazy and will be whipped into a frenzy by it.

    It’s masturbatory “revolution” theater designed to gin up the rabid anti-everything good in the world base. And it works.

    Fat_Freddys_Cat in reply to Aarradin. | September 3, 2021 at 8:18 am

    Similarly the Left insists that if abortions are in any way restricted–or indeed, if they’re not paid for by taxpayers–that constitutes “forced birthing”.

    Perhaps the “I f—–g love science!” crowd doesn’t know how pregnancy occurs? Let’s get real–the vast majority of abortions occur after consensual sex.

The Texas law is a natural result of the Black Lives Matter movement. 25% of Black lives are ended by abortion – far more than the KKK, by police encounters, or racists. The expression “It takes a village to raise a child” comes from African culture, and I expect the Black community to step up and raise all of these children to be responsible adults. I hope the other cultures do as well.

    Milwaukee in reply to chaggard. | September 3, 2021 at 4:13 pm

    I hit the down thumb trying to reply. I agree. For of systematic racism, look at abortion rates by racial groups. In New York City, for example, an unborn Black child is more likely to be aborted than born.
    Milwaukee has a disappointing infant mortality rate
    One reason is low birth weights related to not going to full term. One explanation for not being able to carry a baby to full term is a history of abortion. Having even one abortion can jeopardize the success of future pregnancies.
    Margaret Sanger wanted to reduce the numbers of undesirable people, especially non- Whites.

Just get out of this penumbra and into your little car and go to the next state to get your abortion already. Quit your simpering histrionics.

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