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Ending the Roe v. Wade case is an "institutional suicide" for the Supreme Court, according to Bloomberg's opinion piece.

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Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Noah Feldman said on Friday that the Supreme Court'ssuicide decision overturned the Roe v. Wade casewas "one of the worst decisions in court history. , And declared it to be an "institutional suicide act." ""

Feldman declared a "modern constitution" in an opinion piece on June 24, and the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization said, "The Supreme Court of the United States is the basic freedom of the people. Denied the very idea that it exists to protect against the legislative majority. " Infringing on them. 

Not only did he declare this decision "a catastrophe for all Americans," but "for people around the world who built their own modern Constitutional Court based on the American model." "It was devastating, he said.

According to Feldman, "the right to abortion was based on the principles of a living constitution that evolved to expand freedom and equality," but now the court's opinion is "I am the dead in the past." It controls our constitution. " future. " 

The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C.(AP Photo / J. ScottApplewhite, file)

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He argued that "it is no exaggeration to say that the Dobbs decision is ... an institutional suicide act of the Supreme Court."

Feldman warns that structural changes in American legal norms are imminent, claiming to "protect freedom and equality," including separation, Miranda rights, gay marriage, and contraception. Did. "At risk. 

" If you take Dobbs' logic seriously, all the groundbreaking decisions that establish these rights are wrong, "he argued. .. Now that it's gone, "it's an open season on basic rights."

Facimile of The Constitution For The United States Of America Dated September  17, 1787.  (Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images).

Fasimir of the United States Constitution dated September 17, 1787 .  (Photo by Fotosearch / Getty Images).

At the heart of Feldman's criticism was the demonization of the original interpretation of the American Constitution itself, condemning the concept of a "dead, non-living constitution." He rejected originalism. It doesn't provide the "judicial restraint" and historical reading he wanted. As a result, he declared that "a conservative majority that does not respect precedent could be the most active court we have ever experienced."

After Dobbs, he argued that the Supreme Court and "the modern constitution will never be the same" and that "it will fall as one of the worst decisions in court history". Was given. 

"The results will be disastrous — and widespread," he concludes. 


Bloomberg News It was one of many outlets that announced a fierce rhetoric about the Supreme Court's ruling. The New York Times has printed an opinion piece outlining a plan to discipline the Supreme Courton that decision.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday, May 3, 2022 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. , Speaking during protest Tuesday, May 3, 2022, outside the US Supreme Court in Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon)

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Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warrenprovided a bitter assessment of the rulingto ABC "This Week" co-anchor Marsalats on Sunday. After their voting decision, after their union decision. " 

" They took the end of it and put a torch on it, "she continued. "We believe we need to regain some trust in our courts, which means we need more judges in the US Supreme Court."

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