South Carolina Supreme Court Makes Major Declaration About Right To Abortion

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The South Carolina Supreme Court made a ruling Thursday that says the State Constitution does include a right for women to slaughter their pre-born children inside the womb, overturning a ban the state legislature had placed on the heinous procedure after six weeks of pregnancy. Again, we’ve been made privy to the truth about how blood thirsty the radical left in this country really is.

“We hold that the decision to terminate a pregnancy rests upon the utmost personal and private considerations imaginable, and implicates a woman’s right to privacy,” Justice Kaye G. Hearn wrote in the ruling. “While this right is not absolute, and must be balanced against the State’s interest in protecting unborn life, this Act, which severely limits—and in many instances completely forecloses—abortion, is an unreasonable restriction upon a woman’s right to privacy and is therefore unconstitutional.”

“In a 3-2 ruling, the justices determined that the state law violated a constitutional provision asserting that ‘the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures and unreasonable invasions of privacy shall not be violated.’ They did, however, add the caveat that the right to an abortion ‘was not absolute, and must be balanced against the State’s interest in protecting unborn life,'” Just the News reported.

Much of the language included in the ruling is similar to the Roe v. Wade decision that was overturned last summer, which stated that the right to have an abortion existed as part of the individual right to privacy.

“It further represents a blow to the anti-abortion movement in the South, which has largely found success in banning the practice following the 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson decision that ended the national constitutional right to abortion,” the report continued.

Alan Wilson, the state’s Attorney General, was none too happy with the ruling, and said the state would not stop there, but would press on looking for more options. However, as of this writing, it remains unclear what other actions might be available to the state, other than pursuing some sort of constitutional amendment.

The left just loves to murder pre-born children. If we as a society can’t stop shedding the blood of the innocent, how can we ever protect any of our rights? It’s not possible. Freedom is meant for a moral people, and if we are allowing innocent children to be killed, how can we make the claim that we are indeed the kind of people who deserve to be free?

“Justices on the state Supreme Court are elected to the bench by the state’s General Assembly, which has been in Republican hands for much of the past 30 years. Each justice serves a 10-year term, though they are not term-limited. The decision of the Republican-appointed court somewhat undercuts a prevailing narrative that the party’s leaders are working uniformly to eliminate abortion from the nation altogether,” the report concluded.

Pray for the unborn children in South Carolina, that their mothers would choose life and not seek to kill them off for the sake of convenience and consequence-free sex.

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