The letter came in the form of an advertisement from the anti-choice group St. Joseph County Right to Life which was located in South Bend, Indiana.
“1973 Roe v. Wade decision of the Supreme Court legalized abortion for any reason,” the advertisement read. “It’s time to end Roe V’s barbaric legacy. Wade and restore the laws that protect the lives of unborn children.”
At the time of the advertisement, Barrett worked as a professor of law at the University of Notre Dame. The views expressed in the letter reflect the thinking of wider conservatives and many Catholics. But they now present potential political problems for Barrett that he is President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court.
Trump on Tuesday night tried to downplay the notion that Barrett’s confirmation could result in Roe’s reversal, saying there was no way to know whether the abortion rights were awarded to the recently deceased Ruth Bader Ginsburg Can be influenced by taking a seat.
St. Joseph County Right to Life letter first came Guardian, Which reported that the group also believes that “leaving unused or frozen embryos created in the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process should be the culprit.”
Coming to the rescue of Barrett, a writer for Ramesh Pannuru National review, argued that She only signed one-half of the letter – the part that was said to end “abortion on demand” – and not on the adjacent page, which is called Roe deer “Barbarians.” Both sides were run into the paper by the St. Joseph County Right to Life.