After the latest legislative victory, the Texas Supreme Court (SCOTX) caved to psychopaths, permitting them to vote on May 6th about decriminalizing pre-born infanticide; more proof our courts are just as skullduggerous as Legislature honchos. Only three judges had the rationality to dissent: Evan Young, John Devine and Jimmy Blacklock, reason being the initiative wasn’t lawfully approved. No word on what voting machines will decide.
We understand Lam wants blood offerings, but it’s disturbing how the current year keeps getting worse for Texas. We never imagined SCOTX would undermine our state’s baby protections, nearly undoing decades of work to end abortion.
“The state’s highest court on Friday sided with local police reform advocates, allowing a municipal proposition that would decriminalize abortion and marijuana to remain on San Antonio’s May 6 city election ballot.
Texas Alliance for Life, an Austin-based anti-abortion group, had asked the court to reject the proposition — a proposed city charter amendment — on the grounds that its scope was too broad. The organization also accused City Council of failing to call for the election in time.
But in their majority opinion, six of the Supreme Court's nine justices said any legal challenges to the so-called Justice Charter would have to wait until after the election”
In a nutshell, you’d have to wait till San Antonio openly ignores infanticide (despite statewide law), to oppose it because screw logic. Worse, San Antonio would devolve into another Austin, and allow Neomarxists a seat at the table.
“If approved, the Justice Charter, which will appear on the ballot as Proposition A, would amend the city charter to bar police from investigating or making arrests for abortion-related crimes and misdemeanor marijuana possession. It would also expand the city’s cite-and-release program, ban police from using chokeholds and no-knock warrants, and create a city justice director to oversee these policy changes.
City Attorney Andy Segovia, however, maintains that San Antonio could only enforce the justice director provision, calling the others “inconsistent” with state law.”
In a nutshell, SCOTX just surrendered San Antonio and are bent on Texas becoming California 2.0, state law be damned. Their “reasoning” was just as buffoonish.
Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and Justices Debra Lehrmann, Jeff Boyd, Brett Busby and Rebeca Aizpuru Huddle joined Bland in the majority.
“Our role is to facilitate elections, not to stymie them, and to review the consequences of those elections as the Legislature prescribes. We can readily do so in this instance through a post-election challenge,” the opinion said.
But in a dissenting opinion, Justices Evan Young, John Devine and Jimmy Blacklock sided with Texas Alliance for Life’s position that the charter amendment election was not “lawfully ordered” in time to get on the May 6 ballot because Councilmen Manny Peláez, John Courage and Clayton Perry — whose council districts cover the North Side — abstained from voting.
Ignoring procedure, SCOTX allowed the baby murder vote because nitpicking takes priority over Texan babies, and ensuring Austin’s red cancer doesn’t spread.
Along with other satanically inclined notables (it’s common knowledge Karl Rove is pro-abortion), the Texas Supreme Court’s majority is fine with murdering infants as long as it’s done “democratically.” If snowballing continues, Texas will regress to a pre-Dobbs v. Jackson state. As anyone with a non-negative IQ knows, the regressive Left is never satisfied, regardless of how many concessions they receive.
This isn’t SCOTX’s first backstabbing. Many of these same turncoats also overemphasized local control to legalize voter fraud, deported Texas children to California for genital mutilation, and were two-faced on lockdowns. It’s almost like they’re running a scam, doing the bare minimum to pass as authentic. The GOP’s Lemon Caucus bloviate about “muh unity,” but why unify behind you when you’re shafting Rightist voters whilst appeasing Dems?
Hopefully, the Texas Legislature or Abbott steps in to repair SCOTX’s dereliction of duty; if they care about their few (but important) non-screwjob accomplishments, they’ll intervene. If STATEWIDE law means anything, we’ll see action from the two aforementioned; that said, laziness is probable.
Contrary to popular belief, there’s nothing Rightist about ignoring years of precedent so subverters can create a permanent beachhead for degeneracy in Texas via unsecured ballots. If you believe sacrificing unborn babies on the altar of “muh process” and “local control” is “conservative” policy, you’re officially insane.
To be faithfully Center-Right requires preserving one’s nation, heritage, and future; quashing infanticidal subversions like the “Justice Charter” is an example of such an action.
Overall, don’t be demoralized by SCOTX’s setback; there’s only one Judge that matters.
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Favorite line: "No word what the voting machines will decide"
Excellent article! We are deceived and lazy if we believe that Texas is solidly red just because we reject a wing nut like Beto O’Roark for anything. The real fights are local and always have been. If Conservatives don’t act that way and fight that way, they will (over time) give in to the Left. The Bush influence in this State is a cancer to real conservatism. Our candidates must be better vetted. Just my take.