Mobs Form Outside Supreme Court After Leak Alleges Reversal of Roe

Huge crowds gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court building hours after a draft of a majority opinion leaked, showing the justices on track to reverse Roe v. Wade.

A leak this big is unprecedented and could be an attempt to intimidate the justices into preserving the so-called “right” to abortion.

The draft, however, is not a final ruling. We expect abortion advocates to attempt to influence the justices into backing down before the final opinion is issued.

Leftists tried similar efforts against the Texas Heartbeat Act in September, attempting to dox Texas Right to Life staff, making three bomb threats to our offices, and attempting over a million cyber attacks on our website per day. Praise God, not a single attack was successful.

If Roe is reversed, the issue of abortion would be decided by each state legislature. Texas would immediately protect all preborn children from elective abortion.

The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, regards a Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Lower courts originally blocked the law because of Roe. On its own, the move to take up the case at all indicated that the Supreme Court intended to change something in the country’s abortion jurisprudence. The degree of that change, was unknown.

Texas Right to Life previously petitioned the court to overturn Roe in this high-profile case.

“One of the most ridiculous features of the Roe opinion is its insistence that an unborn child is nothing more than ‘potential life’… A fetus inside the womb is an actual life—both as a matter of law and as a matter of scientific fact.”

The atrocity of Roe v. Wade stained the moral fabric of our country for nearly 50 years. 

Please pray for the Supreme Court justices. Pray they remain safe. Pray they remain strong. We must overturn Roe v. Wade.

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