Pro-abortion Sheldon Whitehouse Celebrated Jennifer Rubin’s New “Laser Focused Analysis” on SCOTUS Reform

Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, who pretends hate dark money e in reality hates the dark people, remains dedicated as always to preserving Roe v. Wade (which, incidentally, made it easier for abortion establishments like Planned Parenthood to target would-be minority mothers who wouldn’t be welcomed into his beach club). So busy is Whitehouse in Roe v. Wade, in fact, who is also willing to promote the work of a famous, gen-you-wine Conservative columnist to rally troops:


That Jennifer Ruby.

Alas, this is not satire. Sheldon Whitehouse is extremely serious. Or at least he wants us to think he’s serious.

Seriously, this should be right in Nina Jankowicz’s alley. Jennifer Rubin, “conservative columnist”? “Laser Focused Analysis”? Holy misinformation, Batman.

Like, let’s go.

Now, to the actual substance (if you can call it that) of Rubin’s “candid and focused laser analysis”:

A Consult-Politico morning poll carried out on Tuesday found that “relatively few voters believe the sentence should be overturned (28%). Half of voters said Roe shouldn’t be overturned, compared to 45% who said the same in December. “Furthermore,” voters are more than twice as likely to say abortion should be nationally legal than to what should be illegal.… Relatively few voters believe that abortion should be illegal in all or most cases (35%) ”.

(Quick question from us: Were polled voters informed that overturning Roe v. Wade wouldn’t necessarily make abortion illegal in the United States?)

Worse, from the point of view of the judges, a simple one 14 percent they say they have a lot of faith in the court. Support for court enlargement is on the rise, with 44% strongly or somewhat in favor of adding judges. That’s nothing compared to the 67 percent who strongly or somehow support the limitations of terms. Furthermore, 74% support the imposition of a mandatory code of ethics; 63 per cent are in favor of an age limit; and 59 percent would like the court to have an equal number of Democrats, independents, and Republicans (having renounced the fraud that robed partisans are not politicians).

Democrats would be foolish not to introduce laws to implement some or all of these reforms. The voters are Street in front of politicians. It turns out that, rather than controversial, these proposals would be very popular. Let the Republicans defend by exempting judges from ethical rules and preserving the lifetime mandate for judges who benefited from the procedural deception of Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). Democrats should welcome this fight and stick to the theme that a group of unelected, out-of-this-world judges shouldn’t give orders to the rest of us. The more the GOP clings to an imperious court bent on imposing its religious prejudices on an increasingly secular country, the clearer the message will be.

It’s a tight contest, but let Jennifer Rubin do it rocket at the head of the group:

Perhaps this court will make its choice: to end its game for theocratic supremacy, or face a seriously reinvented court in which many of its current occupants will not be there for as long as they imagined.

“Conservative columnist” Jennifer Rubin thinks she lives in “The Handmaid’s Tale” and that the Supreme Court put her there.

Given the choice between Jennifer Rubin and the judicial branch, we will choose the judicial branch.

Hell, given the choice between Jennifer Rubin and the Chinese water torture, we will choose the water torture. And it’s not even close.

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