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ROE AND CASEY OVERTURNED: SCOTUS Releases Monumental Abortion Decision in 5-4 Ruling

“It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”

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The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade in a 5-4 ruling, paving the way for abortion bans across the country.

Justices Samuel Alito, joined by Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney-Barrett, joined the majority opinion of the court in overturning Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood. Chief Justice John Roberts filed a concurring opinion – Kavanaugh and Thomas also filed their own opinions. Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan, all dissented.

“We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” Alito wrote in the majority opinion. “The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision, including the one on which the defenders of Roe and Casey now chiefly rely—the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.”

“It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives,” he added. “That is what the Constitution and the rule of law demand.”

In section VI, part A, Alito confirmed that “the States may regulate abortion for legitimate reasons, and when such regulations are challenged  under the Constitution, courts cannot ‘substitute their social and economic beliefs for the judgment of legislative bodies.'”

“Abortion presents a profound moral question,” Alito concluded. “The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated that authority.”

In his concurring opinion, Justice Thomas argued that the Due Process Clause, which Roe is based upon, does not “forbid the government to infringe certain ‘fundamental’ liberty interests,” and as such, the Court should, in future, reconsider other major rulings based on the same logic.

“Because the Court properly applies our substantive due process precedents to reject the fabrication of a constitutional right to abortion, and because this case does not present the opportunity to reject substantive due process entirely, I join the Court’s opinion. But, in future cases, we should ‘follow the text of the Constitution, which sets forth certain substantive rights that cannot be taken away, and adds, beyond that, a right to due process when life, liberty, or property is to be taken away.'”

These include Griswold v. Connecticut, the right for married people to obtain contraceptives, Lawrence v. Texas, which protects homosexual relationships, and Obergefell v. Hodges, which legalised gay marriage across the country.

Justice Kavanaugh, in his concurring opinion, specifically argued that because the Constitution “is neutral on the issue of abortion, this Court almost must be scrupulously neutral”:

“The nine unelected Members of this Court do not possess the constitutional authority to override the democratic process and to decree either a pro-life or a pro-choice abortion policy for all 330 million people in the United States… The Court’s decision today properly returns the Court to a position of neutrality and restores the people’s authority to address the issue of abortion through the processes of democratic self-government established by the Constitution.”

Dissenting, Justices Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan, argued that the court has discarded a “balance” that was created by Roe in regards to abortion, and that a woman now “has no rights to speak of” from the moment of fertilization. “Across a vast array of circumstances, a State will be able to impose its moral choice on a woman and coerce her to give birth to a child,” they wrote.

“Whatever the exact scope of the coming laws, one result of today’s decision is certain: the curtailment of women’s rights, and of their status as free and equal citizens,” they continued, noting that the only reason that Roe was overturned is because “the composition of this Court has changed,” thanks to appointees from President Donald Trump.

The decision had been prepared for well over a month, with a draft opinion of the decision being leaked to Politico in May.

“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” Justice Alito wrote in the original leaked draft opinion that Politico described as a “full-throated, unflinching repudiation of the 1973 decision which guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights and a subsequent 1992 decision – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that largely maintained the right.”

Following the leak of the draft, the Supreme Court ordered an investigation to find out who was behind it, ordering clerks to hand over cell phone records to the court, and sign an affidavit when doing so.

The leak thrust the abortion debate back into the public discourse, which included serious threats and actions from radical pro-abortion activists. Multiple pro-life pregnancy centres and groups were vandalised, or faced arson attacks, across the country, from violent groups.

An assassin even attempted to kill Justice Kavanaugh, something the Department of Homeland Security had warned about in a memo reported by Axios.

Abortion may now become illegal in around 26 states in the union, with 13 states having “trigger laws” on the books, ready to ban abortion as soon as Roe v. Wade was repealed. These 13 states are: Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.

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Jack Hadfield is the Associate Editor at Valiant News. An investigative reporter from the UK, and the director and presenter of "Destination Dover: Migrants in the Channel, his work has appeared in such sites as Breitbart and The Political Insider. You can follow him on Gab @JH, on Telegram @JackHadders, or see his other social media by visiting



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    June 24, 2022 at 9:39 am

    A big thank you to Trump and McConnell!

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    June 24, 2022 at 3:09 pm

    The “politic” and “civic” debates surrounding the dissension of “justifiable abortion exceptions” proffered by abortion rights advocates notwithstanding… and, e.g., the health/ well-being of the mother, economics, genetic disability, rape, illegitimate sperm donors’ rights, illegitimate fathers’ rights, etcetera!… when abortion rights are asserted WITHOUT a justifiable exception, the question to be asked, is: WHAT determines whether a “non-exceptional fetus”/ “regular fetus” should remain on celestial Earth?
    One important guide in determining whether a fetal abortion should be DISALLOWED for a NORMAL FETUS, is establishing whether semiosis/ meaning making (see, Semiotics/ biosemiosis) is measurable within the fetus… and if present, then establishing just how early this process begins. Nevertheless, as the onset of fetal semiosis will not be the same for all, then a real time metrology will be needed to establish a fetus’ “semiotic onset time frame” (see,, S.Q.U.I.D. technoma and the neurobiomagnetism of the brain’s Kvánto(n̲o̲ú̲)n̲e̲u̲r̲o̲n̲ō̲s̲epheren(e̲m̲b̲r̲y̲o̲)s̲e̲m̲i̲o̲(p̲o̲i̲é̲s̲i̲s̲) [i.e., quantum noúneuronly produced embryonic meaning making/ signal making/ sign making/ symbol making/ signing]… from the Greek words, κβάντοσις/ Kvánto, for quantum [see,, Translations, and indivisible], νοῦς/ noús, for mental [a preferred term over “psycho”… see,, νεῦρονός/ neuronō͟s͟, for neuronly [see, and, ἔφερεν/ epheren, for produced [generated], “brought forth” and bore [see,, έμβρυο/ émvryo, for embryo and fetus [see,, σημεῖον/ sēm[e]îon, for “a sign, mark, token” [see, and ποίησις/ poiésis, for “a making” [see,
    (Search: fetal response to music in the womb… note: Kvántonoúneuronōsepherenembryosemiopoiétic Individuation [see,… but, etc.)
    Simply said, if semiosis is occurring, then an abortion cannot be permitted BEYOND the the onset of evidence of it’s̲ presence, as semiosis is evidence of the onset of rudimentary noesis! And YES!… Neuromathema is presently able to measure the Quantum Dynamics of this subtle process within the embryo! And so and thus, to abort the onset of a process that/ which is able to effect semiosis, is to interfere in the development of the “person” of the child… which, then, is to deny the Human Rights of the child! And, please note: afterupon the onset of semiosis, the process continues throughout one’s life, and is disabled through pathosis or death; and thusly, a pursuit of a “completion” of the process of semiosis within the fetus– specifically!– is a misguided approach to a scientific study of it’s̲ parameters and scope!
    See,… and, (paste URL into search bar of, only… start at 12:00)
    To conclude, unless a law prohibiting abortion is based upon a determination of the onset of embryonic semiosis, that law is based upon an arbitrary premise, and is a law without an appreciation of the key embryonic components most essential to the PERSON of the individual’s ontology… and ditto for a SCOTUS DECISION on the issue!
    The leak of the draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, is not about Roe v. Wade… nor would it be about the subject matter of any issue before the courts!… IT IS ABOUT THE INTERFERENCE IN THE COURSE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE! And it is similar to releasing a premature jury result, before a jury has reached a FINAL DETERMINATION. IT’S A FEDERAL OFFENSE!
    A court… ANY COURT!… must be free from undue influence! And here, you have someone (for perceived– or, substantive!– polit[ic] gain, or for one economic!… and yikes, to the latter!) who has STOLEN an opinion of a lawfully established Federal Court; and therewith, DELIBERATELY– or inadvertently!– influencing the outcome of a decision before it has been ratified by the Justices of the court, and deliberately or inadvertently threatening the Life and Security of the Person of Americans!
    To be honest– and to be frank!– if it was my “call” to make… and regardless of whether I had initially agreed to overturn Roe v. Wade!… I would quash the matter before the court, based on the breach of the courts sacrosanct prerequisite impartiality– and on that alone! For, simply, in a subsequent court challenge by abortion rights stakeholders citing the precedents against allowing such a breach, what court (and even this present SCOTUS court) would then deny such a challenge, based upon countless court precedents!? Which begs the question: Who– INDEED!– was behind this leak? A leak, that which warrants a significant penalty!
    As for future SCOTUS decisions contesting this most recent Ruling, an argument in defense of the Life and Security of the Person of the mother (and e.g., the mother’s Health… and including, her Mental Health!) is both Constitutionally and UDHR supported– and regardless of a Constitutional provision, or UDHR Article, on Abortion!

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    June 24, 2022 at 9:22 pm

    It was 6 to 3. You’ve had 12 hours to correct it. WTF?

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