Kamala Harris Warns ‘Women Will Die’ if Supreme Court Out Rule Abortion Rights

Abortion Rights

Roe v. Wade provided the basis upon which abortions becomes a human right in America. The 1973 case was a supreme court ruling that have constitutional rights to women to have an abortion without excessive government intervention.

Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. at the December 1 Supreme court hearing of the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization said

“So there are circumstances in which a decision may be overruled, properly overruled, when it must be overruled simply because it was egregiously wrong at the moment it was decided?”

This means that it’s possible for a Supreme Court to outturn another supreme court judgment. If the supreme court in this case outturn the judgment in the case of Roe v.Wade; it means that the foundation upon which abortions is a constitutional human right will crumble all over America.

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Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act

The Gestational Age Act bill was passed In March 2018, by the Mississippi House and signed by the Governor; it banned abortion after 15 weeks; this was even more lenient than the 6 weeks abortion ban in Texas. But the case was taken to court and now at the Supreme Court as Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization; to place a ban on Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act.

The problem is now beyond allowing Mississippi to keep the 15 weeks abortion ban law; the problem now is that even the judgment of the Roe v. Wade case of 1973 case can now be out-turned which will place an easy ban on abortion in most American states and make it unconstitutional.

Court Observers

The case was heard on December 1, 2021. Court observers said, based on the questioning, the six conservative members of the court were likely to find in favor of upholding Mississippi’s law and other conservative Justices appeared to be set to overturn Roe and Casey though Chief Justice John Roberts appeared to support a solution that upheld the fundamentals of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey while giving states the right to set restrictions on abortions up to as early as 15 weeks.

What Kamala Harris is saying.

Vice President Kamala Harris has voiced her concern about banning abortion rights for women in the United States.

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“I don’t mean to sound alarmist, I mean this: Women will die,” she said.
“I’m very concerned about it,” Harris said. “Women will die. In particular, women who don’t have economic resources and can’t then travel to places or somehow have access to safe reproductive health care, including abortion. And it is not an extreme statement, it is a fact.”

When she was asked what the White House might do if the court place a ban on abortion rights. “We have to see what the court does,” she said.

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