LAST Friday, June 24, the pro-life movement won the most important victory in the last 50 years, when the Supreme Court affirmed that there is no constitutional right to abortion after overturning Roe v. Wade. What does it mean? What’s next? Gerardo Garibay Camarena discusses this in El American’s Fuerte y Claro.
Garibay Camarena explained that the Constitution does not establish abortion as a right, and that in 1973 the Supreme Court committed what he called an “atrocity.” Camarena recounted the discussion and the decisions that were made in history regarding the Roe v. Wade ruling.
In addition, he recalled that former President Donald Trump fulfilled his election promise to appoint the Supreme Court justices who would put an end to Roe v. Wade. He emphasized that Trump speaks to the citizens and delivers what he offers.
A decision in defense of the Constitution
Gerardo maintained that the Court’s recent decision is a triumph for the lives of children. “Moreover, Roe v. Wade was an affront, an insult to the U.S. Constitution, to the republican model of separation of powers, and that is what has been corrected.”
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