Tell the Supreme Court: Protect the Court and Public Trust

Tell the Supreme Court: Protect the Court and Public Trust

As evidenced by the December 1st hearing of the case Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization, it appears there is a stench on the Supreme Court that is a clear and present danger to the United States of America.

What happens when people lose trust in law and justice? Chaos.

The stench coming from the Supreme Court right now is partisan politics (1/3 of the justices were appointed by 45), they are playing to rabid base, some justices lied during their confirmation hearings, and they are squandering the legitimacy of the court by chucking laws they disagree with.  For over 232 years the court has garnered legitimacy with unbiased judicial decisions. Today the court is displeased with reproductive freedom, but what comes next? Same-sex marriages, freedom of religion for only certain religions, free speech for only some topics, and so on.

Please take 1 (one) minute to send a letter to the Supreme Court Justices to protect the court and public trust. The court must not give away reproductive rights to individual states. We must ensure that everyone regardless of their zip code, faith, money in their bank account, the color of their skin, or sexual preferences has equal access to reproductive freedom to choose what is best for their body.

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