BILL MCINTOSH SHOW WITH ALLAN PARKER AND THE SCOTUS LEAK
About this episode
Allan Parker Esq. of the Justice Foundation sat down with Bill McIntosh to talk the Scotus leak published in Politico concerning a draft opinion written by Samuel Alito to the effect that Roe vs Wade and the infamous Planned Parenthood vs. Casey decision that upheld Roe vs Wade should be overturned. That revelation hit the news in the pages of Politico on May 3rd with the force of an earthquake. Allan Parker was Norma McCorvey’s attorney after her Christian conversion and in a previous interview discussed the supposed recanting of that conversion to the pro-life position and is very well versed in pro-life jurisprudence.
When the draft was leaked in which Associate Justice Samuel Alito had written: “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” there resulted numerous outrageous protests and disruptions at Christian churches and protests outside the homes of Chief Justice John Roberts and of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. It energized the pro-abortion democrats when their fortunes are falling fast. The Dems are floundering thanks to the inept leadership of Joe Biden as the nation faces sky high gasoline process, an invasion at our Southern border and the federal government’s dispatching of baby formula by the truckload for illegal immigrants while American babies are facing dire circumstances with their anxious parents needing to travel may miles in frantic, hour long searches for infant formula. Parker deemed the leak not only unprecedented but geared towards intimidating the members of the US Supreme Court to change their votes to keep Roe v Wade in place. He cited an earlier instance of this in 1992 when Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy supposedly caved after he saw the Million Woman’s march in Washington, DC and helped form a majority to protect Roe vs Wade in the Casey vs Planned Parenthood case.
Allan encourages all to sign the Moral Outcry Petition which is available at https://themoraloutcry.com/. He also urges you to get on a small monthly donation plan at the Justice Foundation which has been active at both the state of Texas level and the US Supreme Court.