U.S. District Judge Michael J. McShane is a judicial tyrant, and should be removed from the bench for an overreach of power. The federal judge ruled that the Chief Executive of the United States, Donald J. Trump, does not have the power to prohibit federal funding for abortion providers. Trump made the move to block funding to abortion providers that was set to take place on May 3.
Judge McShane rules from the bench in Portland, Oregon, and said he would give his opinion on imposing a preliminary injunction against the change. Oregon is a part of a coalition of 20 states (and the District of Columbia) who have sued to keep Planned Parenthood and other baby-murderers well-funded by U.S. tax dollars. They’re also joined in the suit by the American Medical Association, which is a lobbying group for medical providers, including those who snuff out the lives of infants.
While claiming he didn’t want to create “national health care policy,” he in fact did just that, over-stepping the bounds of his power and taking away authority from the American People, which they have invested in President Trump.
McShane, who is not an expert on medical care, said that Trump’s funding ban would hurt physicians ability to “offer care” (IE murder people) and that low-income people could not as easily “find services” (IE murder their kids). Because of this, Judge McShane determined he had the right to overturn an executive decision of the President of the United States.
McShane told Oregon Public Broadcasting, “At the heart of these rules is an arrogant assumption that the government is better suited to direct women’s health care than their providers.”
The irony is that McShane thinks people should be able to manage their own “health care,” but not be responsible for paying for it. Clearly, if people can best manage their choices, they can best fund their own choices.
The Oregon Attorney General echoed these sentiments in hearings on the issue before Judge McShane, saying, “Title X grant funds are a true safety net for low income individuals and those who would not be able to access care, due to a lack of insurance or other barriers.”
In short, poor people need to murder their kids, and the rest of us need to pay for it.
In the end, perhaps the only way we can wrestle back power from an activist judiciary is to sharpen our pitchforks and torches.
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