The elephant in the room is that it's the law of our land that the U.S. Supreme Court has the right to interpret our U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Constitution in the past has said that a black person counts as 3/5ths of a person, that was the law of the land at one time. Should we be stuck with that permanently according to judicial precedence? The fact is that using judicial precedence as an argument does not work 100% of the time, the case just mentioned as an example. Repealing Roe vs. Wade does uphold the U.S. Constitutional law according to the 10th Amendment, so it should be determined by the states. The U.S. Constitution says any right not explicitly stated as given to the federal government belongs to the states to determine, so pro-abortion advocates are misguided in their understanding of our laws. Checks and Balances of our government should hopefully prevent the Executive and Legislative branches from seizing the power of the Judicial branch and trying to do their job.
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