Roe v. Wade — The Democratic Tsunami is coming, but let us go blow by blow over how we walked ourselves over the cliff.

5 min readJun 26, 2022

I was shocked out of my stupor on Friday when I heard about Roe v. Wade. It is outrageous, and there was a deep sense of dread and sadness about this sordid matter. The last time I felt like this was when Hillary lost the election. It feels (again) like we have taken the wrong turn in this universe, within the multiverse. This is a sick world to live in.

A lot of people have been shaken up with this decision.

It is common sense, right? What is there to talk about this? We are not supposed to be living in the middle ages, but with the 1M+ people dead in this country from a devastating pandemic, we seem to be going down the drain — like somebody just opened the plug in our bath tub, and we are going down faster with the bath water.

This is the old nightmare which keeps giving, isn’t it? It never quite went away, even though we thought it did.

I have already written about how the court was packed by not allowing President Obama to nominate a justice during his last 2 years in office. Nobody believed it then; now they understand it.

  • You fools! You big, big fools!
  • Now you agree? after everything has gone to hell?
  • We really needed this on top of the war in Ukraine, the economy and the Fed rate hikes? Really?

I have already written about how only imbeciles would nominate justices like this to the court. You could not trust a word they said during the nomination process. Sen. Lisa Murkowsi did the right thing by not providing her vote; Sen. Susan Collins is a ticking time bomb who imploded in front…


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