Which kinda kills the satire. But so does this:
They even kept the “domestic supply of infants” line: pic.twitter.com/brerNBvPZ9— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) June 24, 2022
Meanwhile, Promises Made:
In any previous #SCOTUS Term, any one of Tuesday's funding-religious-schools ruling in Carson; Thursday's Second Amendment ruling in Bruen; or today's ruling in Dobbs would have been a landmark, Term-defining decision.— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) June 24, 2022
This Term, we got all three over the last four *days.*
83. In 50 states. There are 254 counties in Texas alone, the second most populous state in the country. Each of those counties has a DA who would be the official to bring criminal charges under the new abortion law. 5, at least, are part of that 83. But they could all be replaced with DA’s who would prosecute cases in which limitations haven’t run.
With the end of Roe, 83 elected prosecutors have pledged today to use their well-settled discretion and not criminalize those who seek or provide abortions. Read the statement and find out if your DA is on the list: https://t.co/vFdHfWy9eT#WhereIsMyDA #RoevWade pic.twitter.com/ToK05roEnS— Fair and Just Prosecution (@fjp_org) June 24, 2022
Weird way to talk about the 2nd Amendment.
What a weird quote. Shouldn’t he be just as concerned about the safety of children who are already born? https://t.co/n2MK8CQQqf— Alison Frankel (@AlisonFrankel) June 24, 2022