Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway said the Supreme Court’s decision to allow the Texas Legislature to protect human life is long overdue on Fox News’ “Special Report” Wednesday.
“The Supreme Court has a history of having had bad decisions,” Hemingway said, but their inaction on the Texas legislation is an “opportunity” for the court to allow states to once again “set appropriate limits and protect these unborn children and their mothers.”
“The Supreme Court has a history of having had bad decisions. Roe v. Wade is just one of the noteworthy bad decisions that takes an entire class of humans and dehumanizes them. And so it is incumbent upon the court to correct mistakes like that.” @MZHemingway pic.twitter.com/exupdObezS
— The Federalist (@FDRLST) September 2, 2021
Indeed, a Texas law protecting children with detectable heartbeats from being aborted went into effect on Wednesday after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to act on an emergency petition brought by abortion facilities