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Republican Rep. Jim Jordan argued that the Supreme Court's groundbreaking decision to end the recognition of women's constitutional rights to abortion was a "victory against left-wing threatening tactics." ..
Jordan, who spoke of "Sunday Morning Futures," added that this decision was a "great victory in life."
Congressman criticizes the Supreme Court's "terrible decision" after President Biden dismissed the Roe v. Wade case last week and issued two historic rulings that expanded gun rights nationwide. The next day we had a discussion.
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan has an abortion in the Supreme Court It is the "victory" of "common sense" that insists on the decision. (Fox News Digital / Lisa Bennatan)
"I think the Supreme Court has made some terrible decisions," Biden asked a reporter. I said in response. Whether the Supreme Court was "broken".
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The High Court has come to remove the 50-year legal case established under the Roe v. Wade case by ending women's constitutional right to abortion. Under the fierce backlash on Friday following a groundbreaking decision to do, the state was empowered to allow, limit, or ban abortion.
Jordan argued that this decision was a "victory of the Constitution" and a "victory of common sense."
"God blesses the Supreme Court, God blesses President Trump," he continued, because the decision would not have been possible without the former president including "the right people." I said there would be. court.
In response to Friday's decision, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said, "For their majority in Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, the Republicans, and the Supreme Court, today's American women. Has less freedom than his mother. "
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio Said that he acknowledged former President Trump's achievements in helping the Supreme Court overturn the Law vs. Wade case and placed "appropriate people" in the Supreme Court during his presidency. (AP Photo / Evan Vucci)
Democrats rage at the 2016 blockade of President Obama's attempt to appoint Merrick Garland as a Supreme Court seat Continue to do. The death of Judge Antonin Scalia.
Expressing concern about appointing a Supreme Court judge during the election, the Senate's majority leader at the time left seats open until President Trump took office.
Later, Trump was a Republican of the High Court, including Judge Amy Comey Barrett, who was appointed eight days before the November 2020 elections, despite a cry of hypocrisy from the Democratic Party. Appointed three judges who sympathize with.
Currently, there are six judges appointed by the Republican President, but only three judges have been identified under the Democratic President.
Jordan claimed on Sunday that Democrats performed a "pattern."
President Donald Trump and Amy Coney Barrett stand in blue The balcony of the room after Judge Clarence Thomas of the Supreme Court made a constitutional vow to her at the South Loan of the White House in Washington on Monday, October 26, 2020. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky)
"It all started with [Bret] Kavanau's confirmation, all the crazy things they did." He said. A law to increase the number of judges in the Supreme Court.
"It was a threatening tactic they [Democrats] tried to use against Judge Thomas and his wife," Jordan claimed. "Then it was a leak of a draft opinion."
"It was a hearing held by the Judicial Commission on the subject pending in front of the court on the issue of abortion, and of course it was incumbent. It was an attempt to assassinate a judge in the US Supreme Court, "Jordan continued.
"But that wasn't a problem. The court did the right thing, the Constitution meant it said, and they said we had a victory in life." Jordan added.
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Includes democratic leaders , Critics of the judgment, but evoked their anger in the Supreme Court, calling it "outrageous" and accusing the High Court of being partisan.
Fox News' Caitlin McFall contributed to this report.