The Supreme Court handed down one ruling that will have Donald Trump grinning from ear to ear

Donald Trump hoped one legacy from his Presidency would be nominating three Supreme Court Justices.

Democrats got some bad news on that front.

And the Supreme Court handed down one ruling that will have Donald Trump grinning from ear to ear.

The Supreme Court, led by Trump’s three appointments – Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett – rejected the Left’s latest legal challenge to Texas’s Pro-Life law, S.B. 8.

S.B. 8 allows for private citizens to sue abortion clinics for civil damages up to $10,000 for abortionists ending the lives of unborn babies after six weeks.

Even though the Supreme Court has repeatedly allowed the law to take effect while lower court cases play out, the latest challenge revolved around abortion clinics asking the Justices to remand the case back to the initial trial judge.

Abortion lobby lawyers made this request because the trial court judge was initially hostile to the law.

Instead, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sent the case to the Texas State Supreme Court, which the abortionists argued was a stall tactic.

Since the Supreme Court is expected to hand down a ruling in June that either guts or completely overturns Roe v. Wade, the fight over S.B. 8 heading to the Texas State Supreme Court means the Upper Court’s decision will come first, which could open the door to laws like Texas’ passing Constitutional muster.

Of course, the three liberal Justices fumed over this defeat.

Sonya Sotomayor even authored a lunatic dissent claiming protecting the lives of the unborn attacked the Constitution.

“This case is a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas, who have a right to control their own bodies,” Sotomayor ranted. “I will not stand by silently as a State continues to nullify this constitutional guarantee.”

Texas Right to Life hailed the decision in a statement that read:

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States denied the abortion industry’s desperate request to return Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson—the lawsuit challenging the Texas Heartbeat Act—back to a federal district judge proven to be hostile to the law.

Last month, the Supreme Court ruled that certain state licensing officials might have indirect authority to enforce some aspects of the Texas Heartbeat Act, and thus the lawsuit may only proceed against them. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recognized this question as a matter of state law, therefore certifying the Supreme Court of Texas to determine to what extent these officials may enforce the Texas Heartbeat Act. Simply put: The Fifth Circuit is correct, and the abortion industry is wrong. With today’s ruling, the lawsuit will continue in the appropriate venue, and the Texas Heartbeat Act will continue to save preborn lives.

Thanks to Donald Trump’s three Supreme Court Justices, America is closer than ever before to ending the horror of abortion on demand.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.