News Analysis: The Supreme Court slowed anti-abortion momentum for now, but the movement has a pipeline of cases that could present bigger challenges to Roe v. Wade, write Sabrina Tavernise and Elizabeth Dias https://t.co/aJhZYYWHz5
@nytimes Here's my thing: I don't necessarily agree with abortion, but if the majority of Americans do, then that's the way it is bc that's the way the US works. I'm not always going to get what I want. Want to change something? pass an amendment. Can't? then not enough ppl agree w/ you.
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Here enjoying the irony of so many "religious" Trump supporters who voted for him so that he could stack the Supreme Court with judges that keep spanking his orange ass with a rolled up wet Constitution... #BuyersRemorse #TuesdayThoughts https://t.co/e25jI1VkSt