The Supreme Court did not ban partial birth abortion last week.
The federal government’s reluctance to say how it will enforce the Supreme Court’s ban on a type of late-term abortion has left some fearing the worst.
“Breaking down doors, running into operating rooms – it’s possible,” said Katherine Grainger of the Center for Reproductive Rights, which unsuccessfully argued against the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003. [Emphasis mine]
Line one strains the credibility of everything else. Someone should probably tell Katherine Grainger to pick a little brighter tool next time.