“When faced with a demonstrably erroneous precedent, my rule is simple: We should not follow it.”
“Only 8 percent said abortions should be permitted up until the third trimester…”
“These numbers were debunked in 1969 — 50 years ago…”
So how does this work again?
“I’ll be blunt: it just might work.”
“If they lied in their hearings, then we should take action.”
Missouri tees up another challenge.
“we’re making the very legal statement that Justice Blackmun says would fundamentally undermine the case for abortion.”
Roe, Roe, Roe your boat.
“I can guess your opinion of Janus, and also of these abortion restrictions.”
“We didn’t have the discipline, unlike Mitch McConnell.”
“I’m not sure what the point of it is.”
“…Court can always overrule its precedent”
“Precedent is the foundation of our system.”
55 votes for the win?
“My real problem here … is the messaging.”
“We lose when we start tampering with social issues.”
But just in case it is…
Generic ballot D+3.
But “I don’t think it should be the only factor for anybody.”
“It is gone because Donald Trump won the election…”
“They’re jockeying for position as to which would be the state that would have their name on that case.”
“Sources close to Justice Anthony Kennedy say he has been seriously considering retirement…”
“That’s not what judges do.”
“… worthy of treatment as precedent like any other.”
Life and death.
“There almost certainly will be a majority to overrule Roe vs. Wade and allow states to prohibit abortions.”
“Tell them to get off their ass and stop being a bunch of crybabies.”
Watergate, this time as farce.
Is this even safe?