Right to current federal abortion laws in America can go to Samuel Alito, of New Jersey, who was born in Trenton, New Jersey on April 1, 1950.

Alito was nominated by President George W. Bush and took his seat on the United States Supreme Court on January 31, 2006.

The right to abortion, in place since 1973 in the landmark Roe v, Wade case, can be overturned, with language indicating it was never a constitutional right. It will allow states to make their own abortion laws.

Politico exclusively reported last night that it had obtained a draft majority opinion, believed to have been authored by Alito in February 2022, confirming that there are 5 Supreme Court votes to overturn Roe v. Wade.

If so, they are not making abortion illegal. SCOTUS does not address the question of when human life is conceived.

SCOTUS would make the issue of abortion a state rights issue.

It has not been confirmed if Alito’s alleged project is genuine. Lawyer Alan Dershowitz said last night there was only a 2% chance Alito’s alleged scheme was fraudulent.

According to Politico, Alito writes, “Roe was horribly wrong all along.”

“We believe that Roe and Casey (the 1992 decision in the planned parenthood case against Casey) should be overturned. It is time to respect the constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives,” Alito wrote.

It is unprecedented for such a Supreme Court leak to occur.

At this time, no one has independently confirmed the veracity of this leak.

Many believe that a Liberal sympathizer with knowledge of and access to the project leaked it so that a massive and controversial national campaign would ensue.

It should also be noted that while Alito’s so-called draft is legit, the whole process could have changed since February 2022, when Alito drafted this draft.

In the Politico report, SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts would not be one of 5 votes to overturn Roe v. Wade, but he appears to be poised to defend the “Mississippi case” that is at the heart of this moment of truth.

You can expect to see very loud and organized protests across the country. That’s probably why Alito’s project got leaked.

Again, this is only a draft at best and nothing is final until SCOTUS issues a formal decision.

The judges can modify their vote until the end. For example, Roberts originally voted in earlier deliberations to rescind ObamaCare. At a late stage, Roberts went the other way and actually wrote up a ruling that labeled the individual tax warrant, even though Obama’s solicitor general strenuously argued before the Supreme Court that he didn’t. was not a tax.

Roberts has often joined liberal Supreme Court justices in recent years.

If the decision, as written, does indeed become official, there will be many implications to deal with as 50 years of federal constitutional protection would cease to exist, leaving it up to each state to decide how to allow or even restrict the abortion within state borders.

The liberal media regularly claims that this is a conservative Supreme Court with a 6 to 3 majority. This is not true.

Roberts consistently votes with Liberal members and even Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett have not been reliably conservatives.

In fact, it may not even be a 5-4 Conservative majority on the Supreme Court.

No Supreme Court plan in modern American history has ever been disclosed while a case was still being decided.

Roe v. Wade was nearly overthrown 25 years ago during the William Rehnquist Court. They had 5 votes to overturn Roe v. Wade until Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy changed his mind.

It can happen again now.

THE SOURCE: Politico (on the leak of Samuel Alito’s alleged Majority Draft Opinion regarding Roe v. Wade).

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