Last week on Tonight, John Oliver overruled Judge Matthew Kaczmaric and ruled against the abortion pill.
We always knew where caxamaric abortion was going, but the way he got there was still shockingly dishonest. Even on blog posts on an anti-abortion website, the study itself points out that it’s not representative. When most women say their medication changed their abortion, it’s no surprise that the name of the website has changed, and that’s some serious confirmation bias. This is the site and using that as your source.
Look, ending access to mifepristone by itself will not completely stop abortion, it is possible to do without mifepristone, but it can be more difficult and more painful, and mifepristone is not only for abortion, it is an important tool for treating miscarriage. As with many contraceptive measures, this decision can seriously affect even those with medical problems due to an unwanted pregnancy.
You can imagine getting some really bad news and having to carry it around with you for eight weeks because some Disney Channel VP from Texas decided to play doctor for the whole thing. [ __ ] Country?
Now there were many appeals in this case and the Supreme Court just stepped in and stayed Kaksmaric’s order until at least next Wednesday, so a lot is up in the air here, but the dream team that overturned it is not good. Roe v. Wade May will soon decide whether it will be greenlit as a follow-up because it is clear that overturning Roe is never a return to the states, it is always a step toward outright banning abortion, and the fact that essential health care has been thrown into chaos is unforgettable and frustrating. Everyone because of this bad logical decisions [ __ ] Male.
Abortion in this country seems to be a Schrodinger’s right. The people who do and don’t live at the same time feel what the judge in the White House and the thousand* marriages in America feel. That’s why it’s so important that it happens.
To be properly protected and recognized as a fundamental human right in the constitution.
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Legalizing abortion is the only way to protect privacy and liberty in this country. Oliver was right. Ideally, reproductive freedom would be added to the constitution, but the chances of that happening are slim.
For decades, Republicans complained about activist judges until they came to power, and then judicial activism was used to undermine public interest and the law of the land.
John Oliver has read Kaksmaric right, and if you don’t think this guy has some skeletons in his closet, I’ve got a bridge to sell you at Mar-a-Lago.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a member of the White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform activities.
Awards and professional memberships
Member of the Association of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association
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