Ruth Vader Ginsburg: Pregnant Woman is Not a Mother

In her dissent on the Indiana law, Justice Ruth Vader Ginsburg wrote: "(A) woman who exercises her constitutionally protected right to terminate a pregnancy is not a ‘mother,’" she wrote, according to LifeNews.

OK. I think I've got it. Because the tiny human being inside the not-a-mother (who can be a man or a woman because they say so) isn't "human" therefore the product of conception is only a "potential human" so therefore the woman (who can be a man or a woman because they say so) is only a "potential mother." Got it?

And these people consider themselves pro-science?

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  1. Ginsburg is the personification of the reason there are anti-semites.

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  2. Where exactly is the verbiage tacitly supporting the "constitutionally protected right to terminate a pregnancy ..." located in the U.S. Constitution?

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  3. Right there in the "commerce clause" where everything else the federal government should have no jurisdiction over, is.

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