The new abortion law in Alabama and other state pending actions are examples of "venturing" Republican majority legislatures after the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court took place at the Supreme Court, according to Marc Thiessen.
Former speech writer George W. Bush added that the opposition of the GOP to Obama's administrative policies led to the revival of the majority of Republicans in the state capital during his time at the White House.
"The Republican Legislature has passed laws that limit abortion for more than a decade now because, during Obama's years, Republicans have had unprecedented state legislative takeovers," he said in the "Special Report."
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However, Thiessen clarified that, even with the new conservative majority at the Supreme Court, he did not see the highest bench of the state taking laws that would challenge Roe v's decision. Wade 1973.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, a Republican, signed the GOP state legislative bill into law on Wednesday.
"You [elect] the pro-life governor and you choose the pro-life legislative supermajorities, they will pass pro-life laws, "Thiessen said" Special Report. "
"The difference is, they … took an incremental approach because they knew Anthony Kennedy would drop whatever they did. Now, there is Brett Kavanaugh in court, and they are brave and delay this incremental approach."
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Thiessen went on to say that the Supreme Court did not have to take all the cases that were brought to him. "If a federal judge says [a pro-life state law] unconstitutional, [the Supreme Court] can choose not to do it. "
He also said that he believed the Supreme Court did not want to try Roe v. Wade, "and they will not be forced by the state."