Radical pro-abortion Joe Biden has responded with a furious attack on the Court

United States Supreme Court upholds historic pro-life law passed in Texas

It seems that the macabre abortion process initiated by the disastrous sentence in the Roe v. Wade in 1973 could start to reverse from now on.

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A law that protects the unborn child as soon as its heartbeat is detected

Last May, the governor of Texas, Republican Greg Abbott, signed the so-called Heartbeat Act, which prohibits killing an unborn child as soon as a heartbeat is detected. The text of the law (can be read here) states: “fetal heartbeat has become a key medical predictor that an unborn child will reach live birth”, adding: “cardiac activity begins at a biologically identifiable moment in time, normally when the fetal heart is formed in the gestational sac.”

The law adds: “Texas has compelling interests from the outset of a woman’s pregnancy in protecting the health of the woman and the life of the unborn child, and to make an informed choice about whether to continue her pregnancy, the pregnant woman has a compelling interest in knowing the likelihood of her unborn child surviving to full-term birth based on the presence of cardiac activity.”

This law came into force on September 1, and will mean the salvation of many unborn children, although it does not allow abortion to be completely prevented, due to the aforementioned Roe v. Wade of 1973, at least until it can be reviewed by the Supreme Court that issued it.

Biden lashed out at the Court calling the murder of unborn children a “right”

Following his radical pro-abortion line, yesterday President Joe Biden signed a statement attacking that Texas law, and affirming that abortion is a “constitutional right”, despite the fact that neither the United States Constitution itself nor any of its amendments have affirmed never make killing unborn children a right. The paradox is that Biden declares himself a Catholic. An asymptomatic Catholic, apparently, because instead of defending the right to life in line with the fifth commandment, “you shall not kill”, he openly defends the murder of the most innocent and defenseless human beings, something perverse and abominable.

US Supreme Court upholds Texas pro-life law

The good news of the entry into force of the Texas pro-life law this Wednesday has been succeeded this Thursday by another good news: the United States Supreme Court has supported that Texas law, by 5 votes to 4, thus rejecting the lawsuit filed by a pro-abortion lobby, The Center for Reproductive Rights, and by the leftist organization American Civil Liberties Union to block that law. The Supreme Court decision opens the way for other states to pass similar laws: it is a historic moment for the cause of life in the United States.

Biden skips the separation of powers and attacks the Court

The Supreme Court decision appears to have angered the Democrat president. Joe Biden released another statement today lashing out at the Court, accusing it of committing “an unprecedented assault on woman’s constitutional rights” and stating that it “insults the rule of law and the rights of all Americans.” Rather, what is an attack on fundamental rights is to call the murder of innocent human beings a “right”. And what is an attack on the rule of law is that the president of the Executive Power skips the separation of powers and attacks the Judicial Power when it issues a sentence that is not to his liking. The largest democracy in the West does not deserve a president as mean, nefarious and despotic as that.

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