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So the US Supreme Court has begun the process of brining the United States back to the 1900s. This leaked draft decision is the blueprint for that very purpose. politico.com/news/2022/05/02/s

Expect them to kill Obergfell, Lawrance, Grswald, and even Loving next. This is only the beginning and sadly, I can't see any fight back because the US and states are just too gerrymandered and corrupt to do so.

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I'm sure they care a lot more about Loving v Virginia than about Obergefell v Hodges. The latter is the one they'll go after first, because it's more recent, and easier to get the plebs riled up about. But it's the former which opens a door to go back to Plessy v Ferguson.

I actually despise the majority opinion in Brown v Board of Ed, because it fails to enuntiate that "separation of the races" is unconstitutional because the "races" have no real existence.

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@publius read this piece form September of last year that SCOTUS will go after a lot of those things. counterpunch.org/2021/09/16/wh

I feel the dark scenario is going to happen.

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