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With Texas Abortion Ruling, SCOTUS Sends Warn Off Signal To Would-Be Copycat States ctm magazine



MSNBC legal analyst Maya Wiley joins José Díaz-Balart to discuss the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Texas abortion near-ban.

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With Texas Abortion Ruling, SCOTUS Sends Warn Off Signal To Would-Be Copycat States

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23 Comments

  • EverlastingPain on December 12, 2021

    The rulings to keep abortion legal are scientific. The rulings to make abortion illegal are biblical. WTF America… I thought that there were ancestors, who risked EVERYTHING to get away from religious government rule, to form this country. If regression and slippery slopes is the platform the White Christian Republican conservatives want to stand on, why do they choose to live in America? This isn't the country they want, and rather than try to "teraform" this country (an uphill battle), why not move to the many other religious run countries, like Iran, NK, Chile, Saudi Arabia, etc… (already established, and no need for a battle).

  • Jerry Vaugyn on December 12, 2021

    STACK IT

  • frog mann on December 12, 2021

    I smell…karens.

  • Equisetum on December 12, 2021

    New York – how about a Bounty for tax cheats? Anyone can sue a firm or individual for avoiding taxes. Let’s Go Gavin.

  • Tom Nguyen on December 12, 2021

    Let have a "Laws" where we can sue anyone that provided too much foods. It one way to keep "peoples" from getting FAT!!!

  • Kev V on December 12, 2021

    Texas likes brownshirts

  • That Filthy Weeaboo on December 12, 2021

    Gov. Newsom has now taken Texas' example and is applying it to gun violence by targeting the manufacturers and sellers of "ghost gun" kits and assault weapons like the AR-15. Private citizens can now act as bounty hunters and turn in gun makers and gun sellers in the state of California for a monetary bounty.

  • Clark Kent on December 12, 2021

    The United States is really showing how much of a joke it is, now.

  • Sorcerer Supreme on December 13, 2021

    Mass Incarceration or Mass Indoctrination, the ✝️ Cult doesn't know how to keep it's nose out of politics, perhaps Taxing the Church can persuade them to.

  • Ewen Chan on December 13, 2021

    I can't WAIT until states use this to circumvent the Second Amendment. 🙂

  • Q. E. D. on December 13, 2021

    Dear Ms Wiley,
    If you are going to do interviews from home, please could you get a decent microphone?
    Thanking you in advance.
    👍🙂

  • Super Dave on December 13, 2021

    The only signal that SCOTUS has sent is that they can be politically bought and they should be deciding cases at the parking ticket level. They used to have integrity and now they have justices who stole other's seats and lied to congress. What a joke!

  • Sionnach MacBradaigh on December 13, 2021

    The America the women grew up with is disappearing, greater darkness is coming.

  • Alvin Seay on December 13, 2021

    The SCOTUS is. BIG JOKE !!!!

  • Sea Shepherds on December 13, 2021

    this is not a failure of Democracy, this is a failure of Right-Wing Americans understanding what is a Law! What is Freedom, What is Justice. Democracy in America was perverted by the misuse of Electoral College and Republican Gerrymandering. Time for a change- let's hope not by "All Means Necessary " as Democracy seems to require these days!

  • Name Here on December 13, 2021

    How about we create a law that allows people to sue tax-exempt organizations that participate in political speech? When that organization is found to be pushing a political agenda, it loses its tax exempt status. The organization will continue to be able to operate and will not have to worry about being sued again. The government isn't blocking free speech, and no government organization is enforcing the law.
    Oh, as an incentive to sue and report these organizations, people would be able to receive $10K or more if they win the case, with the organization in question paying all expenses for the case.

    You know, organizations that bring up masks, vaccines, abortion, homosexuality, or any other partisan political content. Can you think of any organizations that talk about those kinds of things. Such a law would not be blocking the free exercise of religion, so it could sneak past that constitutional roadblock.

    If you were wondering, no, I don't think this sort of thing should go into effect. Just like the Texas law, it is a horrible idea. It is a way of limiting and punishing people in a tricky and underhanded way. If the above scared you, just wait, someone will come up with the idea if the right keeps pushing laws like the one from Texas. People are getting tired of the right legislating their religious beliefs onto others.

  • Lloyd Little on December 13, 2021

    Pretty good time to realize how corporate media's both sidesisms took metoo to Hollywood, instead of the avg. American woman's needs for power through childcare and paid family leave. Yep, pretty good time to realize how they made sure any corporate costs to empower avg. Americans became a friggin show!!!!

  • Patrick Armstrong on December 13, 2021

    SCOTUS is not going to overturn ROE!! 15 weeks is a little over 3 months. By that time a woman knows she's pregnant. She has had enough time to decide to keep or abort. By 15 weeks the fetus is sucking its thumb, fluttering (moving), is aware of sounds, and can feel pain. Women's rights are not being taken away. They are being required to make that decision sooner. The problem with the Texas law is how they are enforcing it by creating bounties that allow any number of private citizens from any state to sue in civil court. There's no end to the number of suits nor the ability to appeal. If that is allowed, then any law can be enforced in that manner.

  • Penny on December 13, 2021

    We need to use this against guns, the religious leaders using their flocks money to buy keys and mansions, anyone who lies about masks and COVID, etc. Bring it on! We are not who not whimps like the dem leaders

  • Heather Kempf on December 13, 2021

    Supreme Court can warn off other States from copying that law in Texas, that THEY upheld, as it pertains to other things like gun control and whatever else they may choose, Supreme Court set this president with their UNCONSTITUTIONAL ruling in favor of the Texas abortion abomination. They were warned by the other Justices who didn't support their Partisan effort, for that reason and for corrupting the Supreme Court so profoundly. The stench, indeed!

  • TheEvertw on December 14, 2021

    That SCOTUS has not just struck this law outright is beyond me.
    No matter how you feel about abortion, it is NEVER a justification to set up state-sanctioned extortion without possibility of redress, for people who do as innocent a thing as driving a woman around in their taxi, or providing counseling to a woman.

    This Texan Travesty goes directly against many of the core principles of the Law, and of the legal system, like punishing a person only for the crimes they themselves do. How can helping someone, in a legal way, to do something totally legal, be a crime? How can the legality of something I do, be dependent on whether another person outside my control does something that is in itself also legal? And that is not even considering that there is no possible redress nor protection from double jeopardy, or that the punishment is to pay extortion money to an uninterested third party without any standing, or the fact that people can't use their 5th amendment right because they are not aware they committed a crime when asked "did you drive so and so on that and that day?".

    In trying to wriggle out of one Federal Law, Texas has undermined the principles of the Rule of Law.

    But these idiots do not realize that undermining the Rule of Law is a double-edged sword. If this is allowed to stand, there is nothing to stop states wanting more gun controls to criminalize those who aided people who commit mass shooting by e.g. selling them a legal firearm or ammunition, or even driving them to school. Or to introduce loads of other laws against things that are protected under the Constitution.

    The USA was created as a country where all people enjoy the same protections by the Rule of Law. If this travesty is allowed to stand, it will destroy the USA by taking away its core values.

  • nick skubinna on December 14, 2021

    Do the right thing. Leave Texas.

  • Panda on December 14, 2021

    One aspect of this that I don’t understand is how they expect women to carry the financial burden of medical debt. Giving birth in the US is super expensive, never mind if you’re uninsured which I’m sure many young women are.

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