If there ever was an easy vindication for Southern secession, 60 million dead babies since Roe v. Wade is it.
Make that: the federal courts undemocratically forcing legalized abortion onto the 50 states.
Legal challenge after legal challenge, the federal courts always play for the same team.
Southern Republicans spin their wheels in Congress, but what progress do they make? From LifeSite News:
“The attorneys general of Mississippi and Missouri have asked the Court to directly overturn Roe, and now Cruz, Hawley, and Lee – all three of whom are attorneys – are doing so as well. Their brief begins by arguing that stare decisis, the legal doctrine under which a past ruling’s status as precedent gives it a degree of weight independent of whether it was rightly decided, is “not absolute.”
This argument has been mode over and over, for 40 years. What makes anyone think the magic bullet is the year 2021? Let’s consult Mississippi and Arkansas how the courts feel about the case for life. From the Stream:
“A federal judge blocked a pro-life law Tuesday that would have banned almost all abortions in Arkansas, calling the law an “imminent threat” to women seeking abortions.
Judge Kristine Baker issued a preliminary injunction blocking authorities from enforcing the Arkansas Unborn Child Protection Act until she issues a final ruling, according to The Washington Post. The law was set to go into effect July 28.
Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed the bill into law in March, banning all abortions except in cases when the abortion would save the life of the mother. The law, which did not make exceptions for rape or incest, is considered one of the strictest pro-life laws in the country.”
We’re glad he felt the need to repent for supporting the chemical castration of children, but we don’t expect him to win an appeal, to say the least. As for Mississippi, also from the Stream:
“Is the Supreme Court going to overrule Roe v. Wade? That’s the question raised by a Mississippi abortion case soon to come before court.
“The conclusion that abortion is a constitutional right has no basis in text, structure, history or tradition, the attorney general of Mississippi, Lynn Fitch, writes in her brief.
We won’t be a healthy society until we realize that what we’re doing as a nation under Roe is not only killing more than a million children a year and leaving behind a trail of sorrow, but killing the soul of this nation. Roe makes no sense constitutionally or any other way. The Mississippi case is about more than overturning Roe; it’s about saving us from the culture of death that we’re immersed in. And it’s going to take more than a court case to make sure that women and girls know that there is a better way — including an end to the hostility to women’s care centers that provide women with alternatives. But ending the tyranny of Roe in the law would certainly help.”
We completely agree with Mississippi. Lethal abortion is un-Christian, inhumane, and un-Southern.
That’s why SCOTUS will uphold it.
Dixie is trapped in a union that will never allow her to freely, democratically, legally, or peacefully end abortion, defend traditional marriage, protect children from predators and white-coats, or proclaim the Social Kingship of Christ.
We agree with Mississippi that this is more about salvation from the culture of death than briefs, commas, or clauses.
That’s why Mississippi’s government should consider a longer-term vision of their future. That is, if they want to exist in a generation or two. Transplants and activists tear down more and more of the South’s heritage and existence every day, as we just saw in Louisiana with the destruction of another Confederate monument. Legal abortion, child castration, vaxx mandates, anti-White indoctrination in schools, targeted immigration…
Dixie: the clock is ticking.
Saint Frances Cabrini, First Saint of North America, ora pro nobis!