Levin slams liberal outrage at potential Roe reversal: 'Was Korematsu or Dred Scott good law?'
Added 05-15-22 09:11:02am EST - “In the wake of angry protests at Supreme Court justices homes over the prospect abortion regulation and restrictions could be returned to state governments, former Reagan Justice Department chief of staff Mark Levin said the high…” - Foxnews.com
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In the wake of protests at Supreme Court justices' homes over the prospect of abortion regulation and restrictions potentially being returned to state governments, former Reagan Justice Department chief of staff Mark Levin said the high court is not infallible in its landmark rulings.
Levin and former Whitewater Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr discussed past cases where the Supreme Court made a landmark ruling that was either overturned or deeply flawed.
Starr answered in the negative each time Levin brought up whether "stare decisis" from each case was sound law.
The "Life, Liberty & Levin" host first cited the 1857 suit Dred Scott v. Sandford, in which the enslaved Scott unsuccessfully sued for his emancipation after his Missouri-resident owners temporarily brought him north into Illinois and Wisconsin, where slavery was banned.
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