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Samuel Alito Mocks International Criticism of Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

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Samuel Alito Mocks International Criticism of Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Samuel Alito Mocks International Criticism of Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Samuel Alito Mocks , International Criticism of Decision , to Overturn Roe v.

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Samuel Alito Mocks , International Criticism of Decision , to Overturn Roe v.

Wade.

The Supreme Court Associate Justice made the remarks during a speech in Rome.

The speech focused on religious liberty and was Alito's first public appearance since the SCOTUS ruling that overturned Roe v.

Wade.

The transcripts of the speech were made public by Notre Dame Law School on July 28.

Religious liberty is under attack in many places because it is dangerous to those who want to hold complete power, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

It also probably grows out of something dark and deep in the human DNA — , Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

... a tendency to distrust and dislike people who are not like ourselves, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

Alito quipped that international leaders have felt "perfectly fine commenting on American law.".

I had the honor this term of writing I think the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string of foreign leaders, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

He singled out former U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and seemed to connect his resignation to his criticism of Alito's opinion.

He paid the price, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

Alito sarcastically stated that he was "wounded" by Prince Harry's U.N.

Address that also criticized the SCOTUS decision.

In referring to religious liberty, Alito quoted a well-known verse from the Bible.

[It is a challenge to] convince people that religious liberty is worth defending if they don't think that religion is a good thing that deserves protection, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN.

The champions of religious liberty, who 'go out as wise as serpents and as harmless of doves' can expect to find hearts that are open to their message, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Associate Justice, via CNN


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