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Lindsey Graham Calls Roe v. Wade Leak the ‘Saddest’ Day for Supreme Court

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04 May 2022 13:16 #395871 by chairman
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Tuesday declared that the “saddest chapter in the history of the United States Supreme Court” occurred not when the judicial body ruled that people of African ancestry had no claim to citizenship in the United States, or when it upheld state segregation, or when it allowed the internment of American citizens of Japanese descent during World War II.

Rather, the Trump ally said on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program, the Supreme Court hit a new low on Monday, when Politico reported on the existence of a draft majority opinion showing that the court is poised to roll back abortion protections established by Roe v. Wade. Chief Justice John Roberts has since directed the marshal of the court to investigate the source of the leak, which he called a “betrayal” and a “singular and egregious breach” of trust among those working at the court.

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04 May 2022 13:16 #395872 by chairman
“This was despicable, it was dangerous, and it was dumb,” Graham said on Monday. Discussing the leaker, whose identity and political affiliations are unknown, he added:

“If it’s a conservative, you are a traitor to the cause. If it’s a liberal, you are the dumbest person in Washington because it is not going to change the midterms. You are not going to scare any conservative judge away from repealing Roe v. Wade—and it should be repealed, it should go back to the states—and you are adding a narrative to a storyline that you want to win and you don’t give a damn about how you win.”

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06 May 2022 22:44 #395880 by chairman
The US Supreme Court will never again be a court that makes decisions based solely on the law and people's rights. Instead, going forward, decisions will be made based on political affiliations and outlook and thus will be the outcome of that affiliation/outlook saturates the preponderance of sitting judges. For the forseeable the current equation will prevail.

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