Chuck Schumer’s Embarrassing Escapade with Feticide Shouters at SCOTUS

Written by Laurie Higgins

On Wednesday, Chief Justice John Roberts issued a sharp public admonition to U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer following this irresponsible threat expressed by the always divisive Schumer at a pro-feticide rally on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court where the Justices were hearing a case on abortion:

I want to tell you, Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price! You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.

In response Roberts chastised Schumer through a rare public statement:

This morning, Senator Schumer spoke at a rally in front of the Supreme Court while a case was being argued inside. Senator Schumer referred to two Members of the Court by name and said he wanted to tell them that “You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You will not know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions.” Justices know that criticism comes with the territory, but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous.

In an embarrassing effort to clean up the yucky mess Schumer left on the U.S. Supreme Court steps, Schumer’s lackey Justin Goodman released an incredible—as in not credible—statement claiming that Schumer’s threat was directed—not at the two Justices Schumer specifically named—but at the Republican Party:

Women’s health care rights are at stake and Americans from every corner of the country are in anguish about what the court might do to them. … Sen. Schumer’s comments were a reference to the political price Senate Republicans will pay for putting these justices on the court, and a warning that the justices will unleash a major grassroots movement on the issue of reproductive rights against the decision.

Watch the video for yourself to see who Schumer was threatening:

Not only did Schumer have his staffer lie about whom Schumer was threatening, but Schumer also had Goodman lie about the sentiments of the feticidal maniacs who clamored cacophonously for the non-existent moral right of women to order the deaths of their offspring.

Goodman claimed “Americans are in anguish” at the prospect of any regulation on abortion or those who commit it. Do these Americans sound anguished?

The shrieking termagant Renee Bracey Sherman, who emceed the spectacle for the euphemistically named Center for Reproductive Rights, introduced Amelia Bonow as the speaker who “shouts her abortion wherever she goes.” Then Bonow—who makes a career out of shouting her abortion began shouting—not in anguished tones but in angry and aggressively hostile shrieking tones—this:

I’m Amelia Bonow, and I use “she, her” pronouns. … Six years ago, I had access to a safe and legal abortion … and today … I am living my very best life because of that abortion! For a very long time, we’ve been told that abortion is not something to say out loud, that the worst thing we could possibly do is be absolutely shameless, but today is a new day! And I’m so proud to be standing on the steps of this court shouting my abortion because I am proud that I chose my own freedom in a society that tells women we belong to everyone but ourselves! … I am so thankful for abortion providers … who that day gave me the whole rest of my life. … I am so angry about how lucky I am!

On the day that anti-woman Bonow was given the “whole rest” of her life, the abortionist destroyed the life of her child.

Bonow continued shrieking nonsensically about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas being a sexual predator, and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh being a “rapist,” and Congress ignoring the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford–testimony for which, the shrieker might recall, there was no corroborating evidence–and about pro-life advocates who “let babies die in cages at the border—cages that sit on stolen land!”

Then Schumer’s screeching ally went for broke:

The abortion debate is not about when life begins. This is about who the Republican Party deems worthy of freedom. And big surprise, the answer to that question is racist, and it’s classist, and it’s misogynistic. And these are literally the only defining values of the modern Republican Party. … We the people of the United States—documented or undocumented—are having abortions—legal or not! We are everywhere. We are your mothers and your sisters and your sons, and we are out here screaming today!

Yes, Bonow, this is a debate about freedom, but it’s not a debate about who the Republican Party deems worthy of freedom. It’s a debate about who Americans deem worthy of freedom. But before we can debate who is worthy of freedom, we have to debate who is worthy of life.

There was a terrible time in American history when one group of powerful people deemed the lives of a powerless group expendable, and it was the group deemed expendable who were denied freedom. Denying women the legal right to order the killing of their offspring does not rob women of freedom. It gives life and freedom to the most powerless and vulnerable among us.

Senator Schumer is not only guilty of issuing a demagogic, stupid, and potentially dangerous threat against two U.S. Supreme Court Justices but also of a grotesque moral failure to protect humans in their mothers’ wombs.

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