Justice Sotomayor: 'When does the life of a woman and putting her at risk enter the calculus?'

Justice Sotomayor: 'When does the life of a woman and putting her at risk enter the calculus?'

12/2/2021 12:33:00 PM

Justice Sotomayor: 'When does the life of a woman and putting her at risk enter the calculus?'

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor questioned Mississippi Solicitor General Scott Stewart on his reasoning for challenging the previously ruling of Roe v. Wade. She pressed if his interests were more than religious reasoning and the rights of women.

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Have an abortion OK, but get sterilized too. Justice Sotomayor should know that as a justice in the Supreme Court, her job is not to make personal judgements about morality, particularly when it's ideological, but to uphold the law. Boy she tried really hard not to show her political bias on the bench.😆

This dude gets a mansplaining award! Sotomayor kills it. No one will ever conclusively establish when life begins. We need to stop asking with respect to abortion. And it shouldn’t be up to the states. No one’s rights should ever be up for a vote and abortion is no exception! GOP: “Woman? What woman? We’re talking about a non-viable clump of cells. Please don’t change the subject. We have never cared about women so why bring them into this debate.”

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