"Forget, for a moment, that Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton are frauds perpetrated by 'Roe' and 'Doe's' lawyers. 'Roe' testified under sworn oath that her lawyers 'discussed the case over a few pitchers of beer' and that she believed it was 'class action suits against the State of Texas to legalize abortion, not nationally.' Forget that 'Doe' testified that she 'did not want an abortion' and had to flee the state when her lawyer and mother pressured her to have the abortion they’d arranged for her. 'Doe' only sought divorce; her lawyer let her think she was signing divorce—not Doe—papers.The rest continues at the link above.
"Forget what would’ve happened if, before a mid-1900s Supreme Court justice appointment, he had to promise to uphold Dred Scott v. Sandford which affirmed that “the right of property in a slave is distinctly and expressly affirmed in the Constitution,” or Plessy v. Ferguson, which said that “equal but separate” treatment of blacks was constitutional."