Donald Trump changed the Supreme Court by replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg with Amy Coney Barrett.
Now the American people are learning just how big that switch was.
And the Supreme Court just made one big decision thanks to Amy Coney Barrett.
On Monday, the Supreme Court announced it would hear a case next term concerning Mississippi’s ban on abortions after 15 weeks.
The court took up that one question, which led many observers to realize the conservative justices had a plan to overturn Roe v. Wade without taking up a frontal challenge to the horrendous 1973 decision.
Instead, the Supreme Court took up question of are bans on abortion before a baby is viable to survive outside the womb constitutional?
President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights Nancy Northup sounded the alarm that the clock was ticking for abortion on demand in America.
“Alarm bells are ringing loudly about the threat to reproductive rights. The Supreme Court just agreed to review an abortion ban that unquestionably violates nearly 50 years of Supreme Court precedent and is a test case to overturn Roe v. Wade,” Northup’s statement read.
Pro-Life Americans cheered the decision to take up this case.
“States should be allowed to craft laws that are in line with both public opinion on this issue as well as basic human compassion, instead of the extreme policy that Roe imposed,” March for Life President Jeanne Mancini declared.
The court could take up this case only because Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat after Ginsburg’s passing last September.
The Supreme Court has sat on this case since September 2020.
The other four conservatives on the court knew that John Roberts would vote with the Left to strike down any bans on abortion.
But with Barrett giving the conservatives five votes without Roberts, the other right-leaning justices saw that now was the time to take up a major pro-Life case.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.