Judge Robert Pitman will consider the Justice Department’s lawsuit over the Texas Heartbeat Act October 1, 2021.
WHAT: Hearing for United States v. State of Texas
WHEN: Friday, October 1, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. Central
WHERE: U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
Joe Biden’s Department of Justice seeks to enjoin all private parties, meaning every human being on the planet, from enforcing the law. Such an effort is maniacal and unprecedented, but Pitman, an Obama nominee, is expected to find any excuse to block the law to the fullest extent possible. This is the legacy of Roe v. Wade: Courts across the nation catering to the abortion industry, crafting a conclusion first and then searching the depths of legal literature for a rationale later.
The timing of Pitman’s ruling after Friday’s hearing is unknown. However, his rush in August to block the Texas Heartbeat Act before taking effect is precisely what caused the lower court to lose jurisdiction over the first direct challenge to the law, thereby unintentionally saving the lives of approximately 3,000 preborn children.
Texas Right to Life Vice President Elizabeth Graham stated:
“Texas Right to Life is not surprised by the Biden administration’s desperate move to stop the Texas Heartbeat Act by any means necessary from saving lives. We expect an impartial court to declare the DOJ’s lawsuit invalid.”