We don't need Roberts but he needs us


Truly one of our generation's great disappointments, Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts has to know how much he can stand to redeem by siding with the right side of history today, truly the side of Life and Justice! Surely, he is no Blackmun? We are taught that even the blackest of hearts can by free will turn to the Light. Let it be so, by God!

Will Roberts choose redemption?

Moses tried his best with Ramses but it took God Himself to bring Pharaoh down from his mountain of pride. Scrooge himself if he was with us would let Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts know what it's like to live in the world of the self damned, the same way the ghost of Bob Marley exhorted for the ol' miser to unharden his heart before it was too late! 

We expect Supreme Court Justices Thomas Clarence, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Barrett to vote to overturn Roe v Wade - finally. That's a 5 to 4 vote in the worst case scenario, so it's not like we've got to have John Roberts' vote to get there. (Hopefully.)

But, we would praise the Lord mightily if a conflicted one such as John Roberts did the right thing, if only for his sake and that of his family and friends.

The facts are obvious. Whether our justices will follow them is not.

Fri Dec 3, 2021 - 10:19 am EST

WASHINGTON (LifeSiteNews) — In a sane country with a Supreme Court committed to doing its job honestly, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization would be a done deal. There wouldn't be any question that Mississippi's ban on abortion at 15 weeks was perfectly constitutional, nor would there be any doubt of a complete reversal of the past half-century of pro-abortion judicial precedent.

At its most basic level, the ban is lawful for the same reason Roe v. Wade is not: because absolutely nothing in the Constitution requires states to permit any abortions, and the principles the Constitution does affirm weigh heavily against violating the right to life. Step one of understanding this is simply recognizing that not even Roe claimed to find a right to abort in the Constitution's actual text, but in the "penumbras" (a fancy word for "inferences") of other rights that Justice Harry Blackmun claims formed a general "right to privacy" from which abortion springs.

This has always been absurd for two reasons. First, because making such grand leaps from much narrower text runs contrary to the reason we have a Constitution and unelected judges in the first place. And second, because privacy for one's self cannot logically encompass harm to someone else.

Perhaps sensing this inadequacy, Blackmun also famously acknowledged that this justification "of course, collapses" if the fetus is established to be "a 'person' within the language and meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." Of course, he and the Roe majority got around that by concluding the fetus did not qualify as a constitutional person, based on other constitutional uses of the word "person" applying only postnatally and the "far freer" nature of abortion law "throughout the major portion of the 19th century."

Calvin Freiburger - LifeSite News

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Serious legal scholars are predicting a likely 6-3 Supreme Court vote on reversing the evil 48 year old Roe v Wade decision made by the godless usurpers and captors of our nation. Such deceptive evil was allowed because a distracted and confused American citizenry was unable to muster what was required to stand up against it. We're happy to note that Americans are becoming much clearer about the reality of this abomination and we don't hesitate to assert that this rise in consciousness is required for us to save the constitutional republic from riot and ruin. It's just the Law. You can't kill your own and have a nation, DUH.


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