Harvard Law Professor Insists That It Is Our “Civic Duty” to Continuously ‘Accost Six Justices

Academia has not been known lately for its political neutrality. So it shouldn’t surprise that recent tweets from an Ivy League teacher were shared.

As reported by Campus Reform, Harvard Law clinical instructor Alejandra Caraballo took to Twitter on June 25th to wax on civic duty in light of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

The academic is not content with peaceful protests:

“The six justices who overturned Roe should never know peace again.”

To be precise:

“It is our civic duty to accost them every time they are in public.”

Alejandra — whose pronoun-packed (“she/her”) Twitter profile (@Esqueer_) describes a “wise Latina” and whose photo features a T-shirt touting “Protect Trans Kids” — insisted women have lost their rights:

” They are considered pariahs. Since women don’t have their rights, these justices should never have a peaceful moment in public again.”

The 6 judges who overturned Roe shouldn’t be allowed to live in peace. We have a civic responsibility to confront them whenever they appear in public. They are considered pariahs. These justices shouldn’t be allowed to have another peaceful moment in public, since women are not entitled to them.

— Alejandra Caraballo (@Esqueer_) June 25, 2022

Of course, the reversal of Roe v. Wade placed the issue of abortion where it had always been until 1973: in the hands of the voters, via decisions made by elected officials at the state level.

Alejandra sure looks too young to know that for many decades both sides have recognized that Roe had been posed for repeal. The landmark decision, as you probably know, was founded on a constitutional right of privacy. This isn’t written into the Constitution.

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Apropos of that fact, former Chicago attorney Megyn Kelly posted to social media on June 24th, “Whether you are pro-abortion or not, this was the right decision legally. Despite your disapproval, the Roe & Casey justices told you that abortion is a constitutional right. This court set the record straight …”

It seems that denouncing The Supreme Court’s invalidity argues for an important principle that is relevant to their decision: Core questions belong at the level of the states and not at the federal.

Alijandra believes that the court will ban birth control soon:

“They’re coming for contraception, same-sex marriage, and the ability to criminalize LGBTQ people again. We should feel the anxiety, fear, and unease they are trying to cause .”

They’re coming for contraception, same sex marriage, and the ability to criminalize LGBTQ people again. We should feel the insecurity and unease they are trying to cause us.

— Alejandra Caraballo (@Esqueer_) June 25, 2022

It’s quite the prediction, and unrelated to the stated reasons behind Roe’s reversal.

Although Alejandra makes such claims, it is not the only one. Major moves are underway:

The FDA has begun reviewing the application for daily, over-the-counter contraceptive pills following Roe’s death.

The application submission is based on more than six years worth of research that the company conducted with thousands of subjects. https://t.co/lrlC719MW2

— POLITICO (@politico) July 11, 2022

Regarding Alejandra’s appeal to “civic” action, it was possible that university law professors were reluctant at times to publically accuse others of terrorizing Supreme Court justices. It is clear that this time has past.

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Even so, the activist stated something rather conservative: Abortion affects women .”

It’s not as woken anymore –

-ALEX

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