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‘The Stench’: MSNBC Parrots Sotomayor Warning If Roe Overturned

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December 2nd, 2021 11:11 AM

“The stench.” Something’s rotten in the state of MSNBC. On Nicolle Wallace’s MSNBC show Wednesday afternoon, the panel was thrilled by Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor’s statement, during oral argument regarding Mississippi’s law restricting abortion, that overturning Roe v. Wade would create a “stench” over the Court. 

The “stench” word was heard no fewer than eight times during the MSNBC segment. Here were a few from Wallace:

Justice Sotomayor asking whether the Court would survive the stench of being considered a political institution. Surviving the stench, in the words of Justice Sotomayor, possibly the only remaining question about the Mississippi case is where we start today….To come back to Justice Sotomayor’s point, what do they do about the stench?…What Justice Sotomayor said today about the stench….What is the remedy for the stench

Stench? You know what really stinks, Nicolle? The estimated 62 million abortions that have been performed in the US since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973.

Note: the one thing missing in the “stench” scaremongering? Any serious defense of the constitutional rationale for Roe. That’s because even honest pro-life legal scholars, and MSNBC legal analysts, admit that Roe’s constitutional basis is essentially non-existent. 

Nicolle Wallace’s MSNBC show endlessly repeating Justice Sotomayor’s claim that overturning Roe v. Wade would create a “stench” was sponsored in part by Wayfair, Progressive, Citi, and Dell.  

Here’s the transcript.

MSNBC

Deadline White House

12/1/21

4:09 pm ET

NICOLLE WALLACE: Justice Sotomayor asking whether the Court would survive the stench of being considered a political institution. 

Surviving the stench, in the words of Justice Sotomayor, possibly the only remaining question about the Mississippi case is where we start today. 

. . . 

SONIA SOTOMAYOR: The senate sponsor said, we’re doing it because we have new Justices on the Supreme Court. Will this institution survive the stench that this creates?

. . . 

WALLACE: To come back to Justice Sotomayor’s point, what do they do about the stench?

FATIMA GOSS CRAVES: I worry deeply about the Court’s ability to survive what she called that political stench

. . . 

WALLACE: What Justice Sotomayor said today about the stench.

. . . 

Justices Sotomayor and Kagan used their time today to talk about, the quote was, the stench of the Court.

. . . 

What is the remedy for the stench

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