Abortion activists and several prominent journalists criticized the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday for not fulfilling their expectations with a ruling about the Texas heartbeat law.
Abortion activists had hoped that Monday would be the day when the U.S. Supreme Court would issue a ruling about the pro-life legislation. However, the court published only one opinion for the day, an unrelated case about water rights, according to SCOTUS Blog.
That means the Texas law will remain in effect and continue to save unborn babies’ lives.
Steven Mazie, a journalist at The Economist, accused the high court of “faking out” Americans by not ruling on the abortion case Monday.
“SCOTUS faked us all out: no TX abortion ruling today,” Mazie wrote on Twitter….
The above comes from a Nov. 22 posting on LifeNews.com.
the supreme court isn’t twitter
I was very excited to read that Texas lawmakers are seeking to re-establish Texas law on Marriage as between one man and one woman only, and no other form of “marriage” outside that definition, is ever required to be recognized or honored, in the state of Texas. Good for Texas!
Unconstitutional on its face
Even the Washington Post is reporting on how Texans are continuing to step up to help mothers and babies. Let’s love and support mothers and their children (and fathers too). See below for one example of how our evangelical sisters and brothers are doing so. We’re currently in Texas where it seems virtually all the parishes are praying for life from conception until natural death and practically supporting efforts that support life.