In a very unusual (illegal?) move, the Supreme’s draft opinion to overturn Roe v Wade was leaked to Politico.

Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz told Sean Hannity it was likely a liberal clerk or far-left attorney trying to change the outcome. Josh Hawley agreed: “Plainly meant to corrupt the process.”

Chief Justice Roberts has called for an investigation into the source. “To the extent this betrayal of the confidences of the Court was intended to undermine the integrity of our operations, it will not succeed,” adding that the “work of the Court will not be affected in any way.

Overturning Roe would not make abortion illegal; it would merely return to the states the right to legislate it. Newsmax (below) reports on what will happen state-by-state if SCOTUS follows through on this.

Not The Bee (below) shares ten important excerpts from the leaked draft.

Libs of TikTok did some mashups of pro-aborts having melt downs over the idea that some states may want to protect the rights of the unborn. The link is below. I chose not to watch them.

CNN’s “senior legal analyst” Laura Coates hysterically cited the famous slippery slope that Libs assured us does not exist to predict that, “If Roe is overturned, SCOTUS might next ban “interstate travel” & “same sex marriage, including same sex relationships” next.”

Jerknalist Julia Ioffe tweeted, “A reminder: Two presidents who became president despite losing the popular vote appointed five of nine Supreme Court nominees, including Samuel Alito, who wrote yesterday’s leaked draft opinion.” This inspired some educational snark about how there is no such thing as a popular vote for POTUS. My favorite is, “Apparently, the only Civics you know are made by Honda.

And speaking of needing a Civics lesson, Democratic Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal said on CNN, “These Justices are acting like this is somehow something that they have the right to change. They do not have the right to change this.” She thinks the Supreme Court does not have the right to overturn a Supreme Court decision. And she has a vote in Congress. Oy vey.

Then there is Rep. Eric “Farting Fang Banger” Swalwell, that paragon of moral virtue, who tweeted his deep concern that “Republicans won’t stop with banning abortion. They want to ban interracial marriage.” I’m not sure what reality he lives in, but it isn’t the one I live in. My favorite response was, “Clarence Thomas’s wife would like a word…

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