Last Monday, June 16, 2016, the post-Scalia Supreme Court partly overturned a Texas pro-life law that led to the closure of many abortion clinics because they did not follow the same health and safety standards as legitimate outpatient surgical clinics.
That pro-life law, according to figures from the Texas health department, had led to a 15% decrease in the number of abortions from the year before, thereby saving the lives of some 9,000 babies.
Donald Trump quickly condemned the Supreme Court ruling.
Comedy Central’s The Daily Show celebrated SCOTUS’s decision with a tweet urging men to impregnate (“knock up”) someone in Texas, now that abortions are easier to get in that state.
Meanwhile, pro-aborts are emboldened by the Supreme Court ruling:
- Planned Parenthood wasted no time and is already seeking to overturn abortion clinic regulations of other states.
- Judge Tanya Walton Pratt of the U.S. Court for the Southern District of Indiana sided with Planned Parenthood in its quest to block a new Indiana law, the Dignity for the Unborn Law, before it could take effect the next day. That law, which was signed by Gov. Mike Pence earlier this year, would have protected unborn babies from being aborted simply because of a disability like Down syndrome, race or sex.
Since black babies are disproportionately aborted, black Judge Pratt’s ruling will ensure the unrestrained abortion of more black babies. Why isn’t she called a self-hating racist?