On Monday morning, liberals were hoping to learn the fate of the Texas abortion bill.
As the morning went on and liberals realized the Court would not be releasing an opinion, social media started to blow up.
Demand Justice was among those obliterating the Court for not taking action.
Demand Action is an organization run by former Obama officials that, among other causes, are hoping to add justices to the Supreme Court.
So, when the conservative-dominated Court failed to strike down the bill, the group went ballistic to call the Court out.
It tweeted, “The Supreme Court has allowed Texas’s abhorrent anti-abortion law to remain in effect for 83 days.
“We cannot keep waiting for this Court to act in the interests of the American people – it’s time to #ExpandTheCourt.”
Demand Justice Executive Director Brian Fallon added, “Many guessed the Supreme Court would weigh in on the Texas law today but it turned out to be a giant head fake.
“It is insane we let the third branch of government conduct itself with so little transparency when it comes to rights this fundamental.”
The only opinion rendered was a dispute case between Mississippi and Tennessee, which set off court-packing and abortion advocates even more.
Demand Justice Chief Counsel Christopher Kang tweeted, “John Roberts playing ‘haha made you look’ when it comes to abortion rights is about all you need to know about this Supreme Court. #ExpandTheCourt.”
MiQuel Davies, who works with the group Physicians for Reproductive Health, stated, “If we still believed that the Supreme Court actually wanted to protect our constitutional rights that went out the window (once again) this am.
“There is a constitutional right to abortion. S.B.8 is unconstitutional and cruel. I can’t.”
The abortion drama for the Court will be far from over after the Texas case is decided, as it has arguments on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on December 1.
Source: Fox News