Biden’s Department of Justice, led by hack Attorney General Merrick Garland, is begging the Supreme Court not to overturn Roe v. Wade as it plans to hear a major abortion case coming up in a few months:
AXIOS – The Department of Justice sought permission Monday to present oral arguments when the Supreme Court hears a case challenging Mississippi’s strict abortion law, as it called on justices to uphold Roe v. Wade.
The two briefs, filed by acting Solicitor General Brian Fletcher, mark the latest attempt by President Biden’s DOJ to “protect the legal right to an abortion,” per the New York Times, which first reported on the court filings.
The Supreme Court will on Dec. 1 hear a challenge to the Mississippi law that bans nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.
In its filing, the Justice Department notes that appeals courts had previously backed Jackson Women’s Health, agreeing that Mississippi had been “unable to identify any medical research or data that shows a fetus has reached the ‘point of viability’ at 15 weeks.’”
“The United States has a substantial interest in the proper interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment,” the DOJ said.
‘Viability’ is such a ridiculous argument and I hope these justices see it for just that. There’s no way an infant born at any point could ever survive outside of the womb if not for a parent feeding it, changing it and taking care of it.
But more to the point, the preeminent argument isn’t about viability at all, but about that unborn child being alive from the moment of conception and deserving lawful protection. This isn’t about any other issue other than lawfully protecting the most innocent among us.
Someone posted this on Twitter and I think it sums up exactly how we should see the unborn:
— Katrina Jackson (@KatrinaRJackson) September 19, 2021
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