The discourse Roe v. Wade is bad

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Plus our culture editor Tiffany Kelly dives in how bad the Roe v. calf Discourse was online in their “Online this week” Pillar. Also scroll down for more internet culture news and Tiffany’s choice for “memes of the week.”

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SCOTUS: Rights are online continue to take on to come out who they believe it was behind the leak a draft decision that said the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v. calf. Several people have accused employees afterwards search around the internet based pure speculation. Our politics editor David Covucci breaks it all down here.

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Women's march in Washington continuing to demand access to abortion after banning most abortions in Texas and looming threat to Roe v Wade in upcoming Supreme Court.

The discourse about the Roe v. calf leak is bad

Since the message on Monday evening from a Draft opinion leaked shows the Supreme Court voting to overthrow Roe v. calf– the 1973 decision giving women the right to abortion in the US – the online discourse has become a mess.

Under all the feelings of sadness and angerThere is a lot assigning blame.

guilty of Trump card for the appointment of three conservative Supreme Court justices. guilty of Obama and biden for not codifying Roe v. calf into law – as the latter said he would in 2019. Blame people who didn’t support Hillary Clinton Especially in the 2016 election Actress Susan Sarandon. Humans are too Accusation by Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburgwho died in 2020, for don’t dismount. There probably is I miss several others.

The point is that people are seek guilt this heartbreaking message a person or a group of people. While there are some people who deserve to be blamed for the abolition of human rights – viz the judge if they vote for the overthrow Roe v. calf in the final decision – to draw up a list of people over the last decade who can also be accused of this is not very helpful. All it does is add a lot of noise.

In a statement, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. Approved the authenticity of the draft, although he clarified that “it does not represent a decision of the court or a member’s final position on the issues raised in the case”. But if Roe v. calf yes it will be overthrown next month, it will let individual states decide whether abortion is allowed. And abortion is already severely restricted about southern states; we could possibly see these states completely ban Abortion.

It is much to processand therefore we see so many debates takes place this week on social media.

But the main aspect we should focus on is how to fight back and how to make sure pregnant people have Access to the health care they needAnd yes, that includes abortion.

Tiffany Kelly

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