Democrat rage at the Supreme Court is still burning white hot.
Liberals want revenge.
And Joe Biden has one ace up his sleeve to end the Supreme Court for good.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
In June the Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health which overturned Roe v. Wade.
The Dobbs decision overturning Roe – a goal Clarence Thomas spent decades working to achieve – returned the question to abortion back to the states.
Idaho was one of many red states that had a trigger law on the books to impose 100 percent pro-Life protections in the event the Supreme Court overturned Roe.
Joe Biden and his highly political Attorney General Merrick Garland filed a lawsuit against the state of Idaho falsely claiming that Idaho’s pro-Life law prevented abortions in life-saving cases of ectopic pregnancies.
An abortion occurs when a baby is killed in the placenta.
An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilized egg implants in the fallopian tube instead.
The treatment for ectopic pregnancy is not an abortion.
Even Planned Parenthood admits this.
A reporter asked Garland the natural question – what is the point of the Supreme Court if the administration is just going to ignore its rulings and file lawsuits to impose the left’s will even when they come out on the losing end.
“You have enormous respect for the Supreme Court. What’s the point of the Supreme Court if DOJ is going to go around and do these kinds of things? Will there be other states like this, you think?” the reporter asked.
Garland tried to play dumb.
“I’m not sure what you mean by what’s the point of the Supreme Court? Well, I mean, I could give you a long discussion on the point of the Supreme Court–“ Garland answered.
“But but if DOJ is going to go around the Supreme Court and do–“ the reporter interjected.
Garland then began ranting and raving that the administration could ignore the Supreme Court and render it useless if liberals felt their policy agenda demanded it.
“This is not in any way going around the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court said that each state can make its own decisions with respect to abortion, but so too can the federal government. Nothing that the Supreme Court said, said that the statutes passed by Congress, such as EMTALA, are in any way invalid. It’s quite the opposite. Supreme Court left it to the people’s representatives. EMTALA is a decision made by the Congress of the United States. The Supremacy Clause is a decision made in the Constitution of the United States. Federal law invalidates state laws that are in direct contradiction. This has really nothing to do with anything that the Supreme Court said, and certainly nothing to do with going around the Supreme Court,” Garland concluded.