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OOPS: Supreme Court Posts, Then DELETES, Huge New Ruling

So, apparently, the Supreme Court in Idaho is causing waves.

It’s stirred up parties on both sides of the aisle regarding abortion.

They made a slip up that shows they’re leaning towards greenlighting emergency abortions.

How? They accidentally leaked a draft opinion Wednesday, hinting they regret jumping into this so fast.

Now they might just allow the infanticide operation to be back on the menu, as long as it’s deemed an “emergency.”

Classic political move, that just reminds us that we are governed by the corrupt.


Los Angeles Times reports:

The Supreme Court appears poised to allow emergency abortions in Idaho when a pregnant patient’s health is at serious risk, according to Bloomberg News, which said a copy of the opinion was briefly posted Wednesday on the court’s website.

The document suggests the court will conclude that it should not have gotten involved in the case so quickly and will reinstate a lower court order that had allowed hospitals in the state to perform emergency abortions to protect a pregnant patient’s health, Bloomberg said. It does not appear likely to fully resolve the issues at the heart of the case.

The Supreme Court acknowledged that a document was inadvertently posted Wednesday. That document was quickly removed.

“The Court’s Publications Unit inadvertently and briefly uploaded a document to the Court’s website. The Court’s opinion in Moyle v. United States and Idaho v. United States will be issued in due course,” court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe said in a statement.

The case would continue at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals if the Supreme Court dismisses the proceedings.

The finding may not be the court’s final ruling because the justices’ decision has not been officially released.

The Biden administration sued Idaho, arguing that hospitals must provide abortions to stabilize pregnant patients in rare emergency cases when their health is at serious risk.

Most Republican-controlled states began enforcing restrictions after the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade two years ago. Idaho is among 14 states that outlaw abortion at all stages of pregnancy with very limited exceptions. Idaho argued its ban does allow abortions to save a pregnant patient’s life and that federal law does not require the exceptions to expand.

The opinion briefly posted would reverse the Supreme Court’s earlier order that allowed the Idaho law to go into effect, even in medical emergencies, while the case played out. Several women have since needed medical airlifts out of state in cases in which abortion is routine treatment to avoid infection, hemorrhage and other dire health risks, Idaho doctors have said.

The Supreme Court’s eventual ruling could have ripple effects on emergency care in other states with strict abortion bans. Reports of pregnant women being turned away from U.S. emergency rooms spiked after the Supreme Court’s 2022 ruling overturning the constitutional right to abortion, according to federal documents obtained by the Associated Press.


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