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They know they can still pull a win out. They’ve done it before; they can do it again.

By Christopher Bedford, The Federalist, Dec. 15, 2021

Christopher BedfordIt’s been two weeks since the Supreme Court of the United States heard the oral arguments for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization — the seminal case that could finally see a change to our country’s half-century abortion regime; a regime among the most barbaric on the entire planet.

It’s always cryptic, reading too far into oral arguments. Everything seemed to go well – Justice Brett Kavanaugh (a worry to many pro-lifers) seemed deeply skeptical of the left’s arguments; Chief Justice John Roberts, always cautiously liberal, correctly compared America’s abortion laws to those of China and North Korea.

By the end of the afternoon, folks from NBC News’s legal correspondent Pete King all the way back to our own Mollie Hemingway figured the old ways were DOA. ….