Appropriately, in the Nov. 7 Press, Chuck Malloy offered up his Guest Opinion piece. Opinion indeed — he certainly wasn’t troubled by inclusion of any Facts.
Malloy opined that any attempt by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade would constitute judicial activism. (That was one of the two cases that cursed us with legalized abortion.) Facts that Malloy seems to have overlooked: Roe was argued by radical feminist lawyers who confessed they did so unethically; Roe herself lied during the case; “Justice” Blackmun invented “trimesters” so that he could arbitrarily allow babies to be killed “only” over a certain time span; Roe and her never-aborted daughter became pro-life speakers. Bottom line, legalized abortion was created by judicial activism.
The second Supreme Court, Doe v. Bolton, extended legalized abortion through the very instant of birth with any or no justification. Doe confessed to lying during the case; one of her radical feminist lawyers managed to keep court records sealed for 16 years until it became the “established law” that Malloy finds so compelling; these lawyers claimed Doe desperately needed an abortion, though Doe herself never wanted one and even fled the state to avoid being forced into it; Doe and her never-aborted daughter both became pro-life activists.
Both of these cases were based on lies, deception and judicial activism.
Other facts that escaped Malloy’s opinions: DNA proves unborn babies are unique human beings deserving of life like anyone else; there are no documented cases of coat hangers being used in abortions; the same “doctors” who “back alleyed” years ago are the same ones who “front alley” today (I’ve known at least one personally); the Constitution makes zero mention of the “privacy” that activist judges used to legalize the horror of abortion; slavery was once “established law” — bad law must be corrected, right? And let us never forget, abortion is killing of innocents; what’s right is right even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it.