Supreme Court case: Mississippi challenges, “When is a baby viable?”

Mississippi seeks to outlaw abortions after 15 weeks (3.75 months of pregnancy). Brad Johnson discusses the 14th Amendment and gives his opinion on its interpretation. The big question? how will they rule and, if finding for Mississippi, what may happen in other states.

2 thoughts on “Supreme Court case: Mississippi challenges, “When is a baby viable?”

  1. While Vicente Castaño under another alias is partying somewhere in Europe to this day, the Los Pepes (successor of search bloc), and AUC (successor of Los Pepes) is still roaming free while people like Torture Queen Gina Haspel gets an exec promo after leaving her formal federal job, despite being involved in the coup collaborating with British intel in London not so long ago. Meanwhile, lower status employees are thrown under the bus (in the literal sense) because of being supposedly suicidal.

    Don’t worry folks, the diversity and inclusion dogma being shoved down everyone’s throats and having gender changes will stop more death squads from appearing in the future, considering South America is generally being converted into a totalitarian state and destabilized.

  2. Correction: The world is being converted into a totalitarian state and destabilized. Just take the supposed vaccine poison shots for example. If it’s that easy to manipulate all the governments of the world, then have fun when guns are outlawed, followed by vax shot death squads, only difference is that it’s a Colonia Dignidad themed mask wearing Mengele that will reduce U.S. Armed Force personnel by a significant amount due to *surprising* and *unknown* heart attacks, nothing to see here.

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