I enjoyed this paragraph from UI Professor of Law Richard Seamon:
“There were some 5-4 cases where Justice Kennedy would have voted with the so-called liberals, whereas a Justice Kavanaugh is going to be voting with the so-called conservatives,” Seamon said. “The whole issue of abortion and other kinds of rights that the court has recognized that aren’t actually enumerated in the Constitution is going to be a hot button issue.”
What he admits is that abortion and other “rights” that are not enumerated in the Constitution (the only “rights” that we constitutionally have) were created out of thin air by the SCOTUS.
So if the SCOTUS can create a right one day, why can they not uncreate it the next? Especially since those rights are not enumerated in the constitution.