Abortion has been a horrific injustice in the lives of countless human beings that have been slaughtered and left to die at the hands of bloodthirsty abortionists and parents willing to sacrifice their children on the altar of convenience. The cult-like defense of the practice among those who would hand their children over to the slaughter has been a sight to behold over the past several decades. It is grotesque—there is no word to satisfactorily describe this evil.
And while this nation is far from delivered from this wickedness, at least the doors of its primary defense have been broken down. The ritual sacrament required to enter the cult of feminism is no longer a guaranteed right in America, bringing us one step closer to true justice.
Roe. V. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that solidified a woman’s “right” to murder her own unwanted children, has now been overturned according to the initial draft of Justice Alito’s majority opinion.
“We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” Alito wrote in the document, labeled as the “Opinion of the Court.” “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”
While the battle is far from over, it is certainly a good move. It is now at least possible to fight abortion in the courtroom without a flawed Supreme Court ruling looming over every court decision. As Capstone Report put it, “While we can certainly say there is no right to abortion in the Constitution, there is a right to life. Seems like a reasonable time for someone to argue in future cases that abortion at the state level is a violation of a right to life denying equal protection to the unborn.”
It must be understood, however, that the draft is not the official opinion of the court yet and some have suggested that the leaking of this draft was for the purpose of pressuring some justices to change their opinion. Until the official court decision is made public, Roe v. Wade is still in effect.