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“Look what you made me do” as politics
genuinely struck at how conservatives refuse to take responsibility for their beliefs and actions, as well as the consequences of both.
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
“In the coming weeks and months, a lot of Americans who don’t think anti-abortion laws apply to them are likely to be shocked at how their health care is curtailed, often at the most vulnerable moments of their lives.” So true. nytimes.com/2022/07/01/opi…
 
Learned a lot more about what that Princeton guy who married his student was actually accused of from this thorough investigation dailyprincetonian.com/article/2021/0…
 
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
This sounds like it will be a great event at @NYHistory next Tuesday, 7/5! @ProfMMurray, @michelebgoodwin, and @maryrziegler will join moderator @irin for a discussion on The End of Roe: Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Final Decision. Details: nyhistory.org/programs/roe-o…
The End of Roe: Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Final Decision | New-York Historical Society
nyhistory.org
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
"Hours after the Supreme Court action, the Buckeye state had outlawed any abortion after six weeks. Now this doctor had a 10-year-old patient in the office who was six weeks and three days pregnant." dispatch.com/story/news/202…
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
“The idea that if women don’t tell their stories of abortion, they might lose access to it is really troubling,” “It reminds me of ‘Sing for your supper’ or ‘Dance if you want to stay alive tonight’ on slave plantations.” ⁦@michelebgoodwinthecut.com/article/rebecc…
 
When you try to engage with the facts of “be more like Europe’s abortion laws”
 
In reply to @JamesSurowiecki
It would be same law as basically all of Europe and fit with what most Americans want.
Replying to @MaskedDefender @JamesSurowiecki and 1 otherfalse
If you include state funded and universally accessible abortions for first part of pregnancy and then very readily accessed exceptions, it MIGHT look like Europe
 
In reply to @beyerstein
Viability is now 22 weeks? Then I'm surprised Dems don't just partner with Lindsey Graham and legalize abortion until 20 weeks.
Graham bill was pre Roe overturn and full of pseudoscience to get rid of viability line— no incentive for Dems then, no incentive for GOP now that they can do a total ban. Haggling over later abortions when states are trying to hunt down early abortion patients is irrelevant.
 
In reply to @irin
Maybe your mom should stop critiquing your media appearances & babysit your toddler?
Replying to @DanaHoule
She actually did all day! Lucky to have a lot of support but the overnights have been challenging
 
Text from my mom after first TV appearance of the night: “btw as a mom I noticed your voice is a bit hoarse.” After the second, kindly advised to get some sleep. Please tell 1) the news cycle 2) my toddler.
 
Lolsob
Congrats on coming up with (checks notes) … Roe v Wade.
politi.co/3NyV3Kl via @politico pic.twitter.com/QmCWs7ajoe
 
In reply to @katehinds
Got so many questions about this that I’ll clarify! This was a PR emailed I received. Here’s a story from another outlet that got the same pitch. insider.com/hamptons-bladd…
Replying to @katehinds
We all know the truly rich take a helicopter
 
 
But don’t worry, no one is coming for Obergefell
In MI GOP gov debate tonight, q about whether SCOTUS should roll back same-sex marriage, gay sex protections, etc.

Garret Soldano: 'They need to revisit marriage."

Ryan Kelley: "The Supreme Court needs to start rolling back a lot of those things & give the power back to states"
 
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
.@irin: "These institutionalist liberals that sit on the #SupremeCourt are actually warning us that as bad as things have been, they are getting worse really, really fast." #TheReidOut
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
The Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and Judge Constance Baker Motley mural on 14th Street in Washington, DC, today, an hour after Justice Jackson was sworn in two-and-a-half miles away.
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
To be clear, this is already happening. Jonathan Mitchell, the architect of Texas' vigilante abortion ban, is representing health insurance providers and employers who argue that covering HIV-prevention treatment for gay men violates their religious liberty.
 
Kathleen Parker still thinks her 100% wrong column on Roe v Wade was still "right at the time." (and still thinks Kavanaugh would have been a pro-choice vote if not for those pesky liberals!) washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/… pic.twitter.com/zVrkrSCAUB
Replying to @RachelLarris
…. Did she see their actual votes in this case? Gorsuch’s name is on the majority and at best roberts wanted to do it in two decisions and not one.
 
This is him summarizing the petitioners' belief.
Replying to @HashtagGriswold
In reply to @LeahLitman
He says this comes from their petition for certiorari, but the petition for certiorari/plaintiffs do not describe the COVID-19 vaccine as coming from "aborted children." That is Thomas's language. This is what the petition for cert said: pic.twitter.com/x9NHibF4X2
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
Why didn't @US_FDA approve a COVID vaccine for younger children sooner? Will they get left behind again for future shots?

FDA is fighting a records request by @PTF_org, refused my request for an interview, and has not answered any of my questions. sourcenm.com/2022/06/30/par…
Parents and advocates scrutinize FDA delays in approving vaccines for young kids - Source New Mexico
sourcenm.com
 
What a time to be alive.
Welcome to the Supreme Court of the United States, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.

So help you God. pic.twitter.com/BCeCJ86FXz
 
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
Over the past year, the Court has shot down the EPA’s power to regulate climate change, OSHA’s power to set vaccine mandates, and HHS’s power to set eviction moratoria—all on the theory Congress has to predict precisely what future emergencies the Court will consider “major.”
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
In reply to @LeahLitman
He says this comes from their petition for certiorari, but the petition for certiorari/plaintiffs do not describe the COVID-19 vaccine as coming from "aborted children." That is Thomas's language. This is what the petition for cert said:
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
uh .... In his dissent from denial of cert in a case challenging vaccination requirements, Justice Thomas (joined by Alito + Gorsuch) describes COVID-19 vaccines as being derived from "cell lines derived from aborted children" supremecourt.gov/orders/courtor…
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
In reply to @fordm
Kagan, dissenting: “The Court appoints itself—instead of Congress or the expert agency—the decision- maker on climate policy. I cannot think of many things more frightening.”
 
In reply to @prisonculture
i'm not familiar with its reach, but there's the State Innovation Exchange newrepublic.com/article/156110…
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
Last week James Bopp, general counsel for Americans United for Life, called me a "ridiculous scaremongerer" for talking about possible extraterritorial attempts to enforce abortion law. Now this. Just like @GreerDonley, @RRebouche, and I have been saying. papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf…
 
“It’s not a free abortion card when you drive across the state line.”
Scoop: Several national antiabortion groups and their allies in Republican-led state legislatures are advancing plans to stop people from crossing state lines for abortions. Model legislation is in the works. washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/…
 
The theory that Breyer is trying to gently nudge his colleagues by publicly claiming the Court is what he wishes it was rings true. It also explains recent comments from Sotomayor about Thomas’s love of the institution.
I wrote a Critic's Notebook about Justice Breyer's odd book, "The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics," which was published a mere 9 months ago and reads now — in the wake of Dobbs, Bruen, etc. — like he brought a PowerPoint to a knife fight. nytimes.com/2022/06/29/boo…
 
If you've read or heard the brilliance of @michelebgoodwin @ProfMMurray and @maryrziegler (lately or ever) and wanted more, tune in to @NYHistory Tuesday for a free hour of breaking down WTF SCOTUS did on abortion, how we got here and what's next. nyhistory.org/programs/roe-o…
The End of Roe: Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Final Decision | New-York Historical Society
nyhistory.org
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
.@irin talks to @karaswisher about what the end of Roe means for the Democratic party in the upcoming election and beyond.

Listen to @PivotPod: nym.ag/39Zf1Ad
 
In reply to @irin
Thank you. I had a whole thing about a perspective of corporate federalism and state control but space, litigation etc etc
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Great column! As always
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
You realize there are more people like Bennie Thompson in Mississippi, right?

Like a lot more? Who have been disenfranchised by the dismantling of the Voting Rights Act and DECADES of violent voter supression.
 
In reply to @irin
As they acknowledge, measuring breastfeeding outcomes is really hard especially after babies start solids (4-6 months) and amount of breastmilk consumed can vary hugely. Plus self selection. Read it all here if you liken publications.aap.org/pediatrics/art… pic.twitter.com/bhkAPNrYvu
Replying to @irin
Leaving this here. In this study of siblings who were and weren’t breastfed, “estimates of the association between breastfeeding and all but one indicator of child health and wellbeing dramatically decrease and fail to maintain statistical significance.” ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…
 
This is a huge communications fail from the AAP. They say the goal is to reduce doctors stigmatizing breastfeeding after one year (fine) but that’s definitely not what exhausted parents will hear. Meanwhile this is the total evidence in the technical report for going past a year pic.twitter.com/VGPjLXKIcI
Replying to @irin
As they acknowledge, measuring breastfeeding outcomes is really hard especially after babies start solids (4-6 months) and amount of breastmilk consumed can vary hugely. Plus self selection. Read it all here if you liken publications.aap.org/pediatrics/art…
 
This is a huge communications fail from the AAP. They say the goal is to reduce doctors stigmatizing breastfeeding after one year (fine) but that’s definitely not what exhausted parents will hear. Meanwhile this is the total evidence in the technical report for going past a year
Doctors should support breastfeeding for two years or more — instead of one year or more — the American Academy of Pediatrics said in new guidelines released on Monday. The group also acknowledged the obstacles that stand in parents’ way. nyti.ms/39YDEwY
 
It isn’t lost on me that Dobbs empowers corporations over workers at the precise moment that worker power — dominated by women, LGBTQIA, and especially women of color — has been growing. That may not be causal but it needn’t be to be important.
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Not coincidentally, Alito also wrote Hobby Lobby to allow employers to have a veto power over contraceptive access.
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
In reply to @MoiraDonegan
The anti-choice side passed unconstitutional laws over and over again, chipped away at access with relentless persistence, and deployed on the ground terrorism and physical intimidation. They did it for decades. The Democrats’ response is, “We’re scared to get sued.”
 
Is a hanger an offensive illustration with abortion stories/coverage? Asking sincerely. Thank you.
 
You know what's clear now? All the criticism over the *legal reasoning* in Roe - including from liberals like RBG - was irrelevant. The idea that if it had been written differently the conservatives wouldn't have come for it the second they had enough votes was always ridiculous.
Replying to @paulwaldman1 @beyerstein and 1 otherfalse
has been right about this for years. See also how quickly Alito threw out all other constitutional rationales in Dobbs. I also did this chat on it after the leak in greater detail nymag.com/intelligencer/…
Does the Reasoning in Roe v. Wade Matter?
nymag.com
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
.@karaswisher talked with @irin, @akapczynski, and @evan_greer about the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, the immediate impact on the front lines, the fallout for tech and privacy, and what may be next for SCOTUS.

Listen to Pivot: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pos…
Pivot on Apple Podcasts
podcasts.apple.com
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
There has been action in many states to get triggers blocked. Louisiana is open again, too, for now. If you have an appointment or need an abortion, still call your clinic. They will know where the closest legal abortion is if it isn't with them.
 
Now is probably not the GREATEST time, PR-wise, to update guidelines in a way that asks even more of mothers
 
Thank you @irin for both talking about what this feels like right now as someone who is pregnant because you want to be and for reminding us all that abortion access has long depended on your zip code (and income/insurance).
Replying to @theFword527
Appreciate you!
 
Irin Carmon Retweeted ·  
"This notion of your rights depending on your zip code, although it is more intense now than ever, did not start on Friday. For at least 30 years, the Supreme Court has allowed this patchwork to happen... This was not a sudden move by any means" - @irin w/ @NicolleDWallace
 
In reply to @irin
@irin omg I didn't know you were pregnant! Congrats! Here's to another feminist coming into the world :)
 
 
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