reversing roe transcript

Republican platform says it wants to reverse Obergefell and the Republican brief filed in the case said same-sex relationships don't fall within any constitutional provision. A lot of this money, I'm convinced, is polluter money. As reproductive rights grow more embattled, award-winning filmmakers Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern (Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, The Devil Came on Horseback) trace the legacy of the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision. That's where the contest is. SENATOR CHARLES SCHUMER, D-NY: But right now, as a person, would you endorse the court's reversing Roe v. Wade at the first opportunity. The legal groups, all the same funders over and over again, bringing the cases and providing this orchestrated chorus of amici. Why would we not take him at his word? If they wanted to make a bias case and they could show an 80-0 pattern, (a) that's admissible and (b) I'd love to make that argument to the jury. And keeping them a secret is a full-time job. A behind-the-scenes look at how entrepreneur Daniel Ek and financial partner Martin Lorentzon founded Spotify and revolutionized the music industry. Trump joined them because he didn't want to defend. ... is go through with the people who are watching this now, the conversation that you and I had when we spoke on the telephone. If he wanted to make a bias case, Dick Durbin is a hell of a good trial lawyer. Ultimately, it does not care to pass moral or other judgment in either side’s views or positions, but to highlight what is at stake for both sides and how we got here. Somebody deserves a thank you.So, let's go on to Roe v Wade. I've never seen this around any court that I've ever been involved with where there's this much dark money and this much influence being used. Roe v. Wade, Obergefell, and the Obamacare cases. Carrie Severino made the hop. That's where they lost but with another judge that could change. They have an obligation under the law to be fair to both parties irrespective of their size. Showing all 1 items Jump to: Summaries (1) Summaries. This is what your party platform says - reverse the Obamacare cases. That is their stated objective and plan. Reversing Roe (2018) Plot. Receive our daily rundown of news, show highlights and random musings. They went on to say which foundations funded the brief writers in that CFPB case. It doesn't have a business, it doesn't have a business plan, it doesn't do anything, it's just an identity scrubber.And this group here the Bradley Foundation funded eight out of the 11 briefs. [09:00:23] ... as part of a multistate strategy to do away with Roe v. Wade. The Federalist Society, remember this group that is acting as the conduit and that Donald Trump has said is doing his judicial selection. In the Washington Post article they point out that the Judicial Crisis Network's office is on the same hallway in the same building as the Federalist Society and when they sent their reporter to talk to somebody at the Judicial Crisis Network, somebody from the Federalist Society came down to let them up. Why would we not comment on that and take you at your word? No idea who that is or what they got for it. There are two schools of thought: either the right to abortion will be systemically hollowed out, leaving it a right on paper only, or Roe will be overturned. A handsome secret agent and his team of LGBTQ superspies embark on extraordinary adventures. Here's Janus, the anti-labor case that had a long trail through the court.through Friedrichs and through Knox and through other decisions. "That's gone too.So there is a lot of hard to explain hypocrisy and rush taking place right now and my experience around politics is that when you find hypocrisy in the daylight, look for power in the shadows.Now, people may say, what does all this matter, this is a political parlor game, it's no big deal. But overall, racial disparities and their impact on communities were mentioned sparingly in the film; and while I enjoyed this documentary … By Ben Kenigsberg. Reversing Roe 2018 TV-14 1h 39m Political Documentaries Through interviews with abortion rights supporters and opponents, this film lifts the lid on a decades-long political campaign to overturn Roe … But it doesn't make sense to ask questions if I haven't laid the predicate particularly for viewers who are watching this.So I guess the reason that I want to do this is because people who are watching this need to understand that this small hearing room and the little TV box that you're looking at, the little screen that you're looking at, are a little bit like the frame of a puppet theater and if you only look at what's going on in the puppet theater, you're not going to understand the whole story. You've sent a delegation to Congress that is out of step with the popular vote of that state and court after court figured out how to solve that and the Supreme Court said 'nope'. That's where the Republican party platform tells us to look, at how they want judges to rule to reverse Roe, to reverse the Obamacare cases and to reverse Obergefell and take away gay marriage. Here's the President talking about this litigation that we're gearing up this nominee for, for November 10th. Synopsis. case. Marco Rubio it's a huge assortment of Republican senators who Carrie Severino wrote a brief for against, against, against the Affordable Care Act.So this is a, to me, pretty big deal. Netflix uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. So Leonard Leo writes back on Federalist Society address, so don't tell me that isn't Federal Society business, on Federalist Society on his address he writes back, "Yes, send it to the Judicial Education Project which could take and allocate the money. And it goes beyond just the briefs, it goes beyond just the amicus presentations. In this litigation he said, "We want to terminate health care under Obamacare." And it's not just in the Consumer Financial Protection Board case. We have some very awkward 180s from colleagues. So once again ties right in together. We have colleagues here who supported you, this nominee, before there was a nominee. That's a little unusual.We have the political ram job that we have already complained of driving this process through at breakneck speed in the middle of a pandemic while the Senate is closed for safety reasons and while we're doing nothing about the COVID epidemic around us. Don’t miss out again. So if you have a family member with an interest in some autonomy over their body under Roe versus Wade, the ability to have a marriage, have friends marry, have a niece or a daughter or a son marry someone of their same sex they have, you've got a stake.And if you're one of the millions and millions of Americans who depend on the Affordable Care Act, you've got a stake.It's not just the platform. And by the way, the Judicial Crisis Network funds the Republican attorneys general. With winter behind them, Bheem and his townspeople usher in a sunny new season in all their favorite ways during the Makar Sankranti festival. The Thom Hartmann Reader will make people both angry and motivated to act. Let me start with this one.In all cases there's big anonymous money behind various lanes of activity. … A new Netflix documentary, Reversing Roe, claims to provide an "illuminating look" at the state of abortion and women’s rights but features pro-choice women 13 … I'd be really hard pressed to be the lawyer saying no, eighty to zero it's just a bunch of flukes. It got another single 17 million dollar donation to support Kavanaugh. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. Don't say the ACA's not an issue here. They also note that Bradley has done previous philanthropic investments in the actual underlying legal actions so Bradley is funding, what do they call it - philanthropically investing in - the underlying legal action and then giving money to groups to show up in the orchestrated chorus of amici. What's behind us is now 80 cases, Mr. Chairman. In their timely new documentary Reversing Roe, filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg (The Devil Came on Horseback, Marathon: The Patriot's Day Bombing) present a deeply illuminating look of the state of abortion and women’s rights in America. It changes a little bit, as with Justice Scalia's death, for instance, but there's been a steady Roberts Five that has delivered now 80 of these decisions.- and the last characteristic of them is that there is an identifiable Republican donor interest in those cases. In the year that it went to work on the Affordable Care Act, 10 wealthy donors gave 10 million dollars. Around the court and dark money has a lot to do with it, special interests have a lot to do with it, Donors Trust and whoever's hiding behind Donors Trust has a lot to do with it and the Bradley Foundation orchestrating its amici over at the court has a lot to do with it.So, I thank you Judge Barrett for listening to me now a second time and uh I think this gives you a chance for you and I to tee up an interesting conversation tomorrow. It got 17 million, single 17 million dollar donation in the Garland/Gorsuch contest. Through interviews with abortion rights supporters and opponents, this film lifts the lid on a decades-long political campaign to overturn Roe v. Wade. Guess who jumped in to take over the selection process in this case, for Judge Barrett? I refer to that group as the Roberts Five. You can change cookie preferences; continued site use signifies consent. Here's the Bradley Foundation, for $5.6 million to those groups. They win, everybody else loses and if you're looking at who might be behind this, let's talk about people with unlimited money to spend and a motive to do it we'll see how that goes.- next: knock the civil jury down. Here's where they are. So we have an anonymously-funded group controlling judicial selection run by this guy Leonard Leo.Then in another lane we have again anonymous funders running through something called the Judicial Crisis Network which is run by Carrie Severino and it's doing PR and campaign ads for Republican judicial nominees. You have said that's what you want to do.So how are people going about doing it? Over and over again, let's start by talking about the Affordable Care Act. . Transcript: Sheldon Whitehouse at Senate nomination hearing for Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court - 13 October '20. Netflix supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles. So that raises the question what are they getting for it? It was an 80 to zero, five to four, partisan route, ransacking.And it's important to look at where those cases went, because they're not about big public issues like getting rid of the Affordable Care Act, undoing Roe versus Wade and undoing same-sex marriage. They're getting money from the same foundations; from Donors Trust 16.7 million dollars, from the Bradley Foundation 1.37 million dollars. "Reversing Roe ," released on Netflix in September, charts the period leading up to the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade and the pro-life opposition that has followed ever since. Transcript: A Justice for All ... Take the question of abortion and the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision upholding a woman's right to choose. Over and over and over again these decisions are targeted at regulatory agencies to weaken their independence and weaken their strength. Same thing.The President has said that reversing Roe v Wade will happen automatically because he's putting pro-life justices on the court. “Reversing Roe” is merely one documentary that will soon be lost in a myriad of films, articles, and speeches. 250 million dollars is a lot of money to spend if you're not getting anything for it. And it goes on, because they also found this email. National Organization for Marriage, the big group that opposes same-sex marriage says in this proceeding, "all our issues are at stake". You can't bribe them, you're not allowed to, it's a crime to tamper with the jury. Why not take them at their word?But there's another piece of it and that is not what's ahead of us but what's behind us. For employees of the Deep State, conspiracies aren't just theories — they're fact. Forty-five years after it revolutionized abortion law in America, the landmark 1973 US Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade is once again at a crossroads. Spencer Averick. 80 cases under Chief Justice Roberts that have these characteristics:- one: they were decided five to four, by a bare majority- two: the five to four majority was partisan in the sense that not one democratic appointee joined the five. One lane of activity is through the conduit of the Federalist Society. Reversing Roe is a 2018 American documentary film directed by Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg.Through interviews, the film analyzes the abortion laws in the United States and the effects of the 1973 Roe v. Wade case. Over and over again his White House counsel said so. A deep historical look at one of the most controversial issues of our time, highlighting the abortion debate from various points along the ideological spectrum in a winding story of abortion in America. Then the same group also funds the Federalist Society over here.The Washington Post wrote a big expose about this and that made Leonard Leo a little hot a little bit like a burned agent so he had to jump out and he went off to go and do anonymously funded voter suppression work. Transcript; Enlarge this image. This is what President Trump said. In 1973, when the court issued its landmark Roe v. Wade opinion, the vote was 7-to-2, with five Republican-appointed justices in the majority. The film is internationally distributed by Netflix, where it … They're about power. And both of the lawyer groups in the case. And Source Watch and Propublica did some work about this.Here's Donors Trust and Donors Capital Fund and here's the Bradley Foundation and they totaled giving 45 million dollars to the one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen groups that filed amicus briefs pretending to be different groups. They just decided that that was a problem that was over. Carrie Severino who also helped select this nominee running the Trump / Federalist Society selection process.So the connections abound. You were kind enough to hear out a presentation that I made and I intend to ask some questions in that area. The Koch Industries is a polluter, the fossil fuel industry is a polluter, who else would be putting buckets of money into this and wanting to hide who they are behind Donors Trust or other schemes? You might say, well, that was just the one-off. Citizens United is the famous one but it's continued sense with McCutcheon. Here's Donors Trust, 23 $million to those brief writing groups. Well, there's some pretty high stakes here that we've been talking about here on our side and I'll tell you three of them right here: Roe versus Wade, Obergefell and the Obamacare cases.Here's the GOP platform, , the Republican platform, the platform of my colleagues on the other side of this aisle says that "... a Republican President will appoint judges who ... will reverse, ... Roe, Obergefell and the Obamacare cases.". That's a really simple equation to run.The Republican brief in June Medical said Roe should be overruled. Now, I've had a chance to have a look at this and I was in a case actually as an amicus myself. Showtimes. SEN. KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND (D-NY), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Reproductive rights are human rights. Short List: Features. Somebody - perhaps the same person - spent 35 million dollars to influence the makeup of the United States Supreme Court.Tell me that's good. The Consumer Financial Protection Board. What followed state after state after state passed voter suppression laws. From the same group of foundations, total 33 million dollars.So you can start to look at these and you can start to tie them together. Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg’s “Reversing Roe” is not a history of abortion itself, or a meditation on the morality of the procedure or the people who fight for and against it. Now 2020 Democrats are seizing on the issue. Spencer Averick is an American film editor and producer. A very small group, the ones who have unlimited money to spend and a motive to spend it in politics. Here's the page off the brief. Same thing. The civil jury was in the Constitution, in the Bill of Rights, in our darn Declaration of Independence. Here’s the GOP platform, the Republican platform, the platform of my colleagues on the other side of this aisle say that a Republican president will appoint judges who will reverse Roe, Obergefell, and the Obamacare cases. This is a conservative activist behind the scenes campaign to remake the nation's courts and it's a 250 million dollar dark money operation. The Republican party platform says it will reverse Roe. Bulk gerrymandering where you go into a state like the REDMAP project did in Ohio and Pennsylvania and you pack Democrats so tightly into a few districts that all the others become Republican majority districts. Republican attorneys general. And in that case there were one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven amicus briefs filed and every single one of them was a group funded by something called Donors Trust.Donors Trust is a gigantic identity scrubbing device for the right wing so that it says Donors Trust is the donor without whoever the real donor is. ", "Right through the worst of the Bush years and into the present, Thom Hartmann has been one of the very few voices constantly willing to tell the truth. This is an interesting comparison. And we've got one coming up now. The Republican senators filed briefs in that NFIB case signed by Ms. Severino. The grand total across all the donor groups was 68 million dollars to the groups that were filing amicus briefs pretending that they were different groups. That seems weird to me when you have amicus briefs coming in little flotillas that are funded by the same groups but nominally separate in the court. So Center For Media And Democracy done a little bit more research. Our leader said back when it was Garland versus Gorsuch that "of course, of course the American people should have a say in the court's direction, of course, of course", said Mitch McConnell.That's long gone.Senator Grassley said, "the American people shouldn't be denied a voice. REVERSING ROE. Because Trump has said so. Full transcript of the first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This email comes from an individual at the Bradley Foundation and it asks our friend Leonard Leo, who used to run the selection process, is there a 501(c)(3) non-profit to which Bradley could direct any support of the two Supreme Court amicus projects other than Donors Trust I don't know why they wanted to avoid the reliable identity scrubber Donors Trust but for some reason they did. But since then, the court's composition has moved inexorably to the ideological right, with the court's three newest justices appointed by President Trump. Reversing Roe documents how the Religious Right became politicized over their conflicting desire to both maintain segregated schools and the different organizations’ tax-exempt status, and began using abortion as a rallying cry when they could no longer openly discriminate using racist tactics. And what if, if you're a big polluter, what do you want? ", economist and author of Plunder and Blunder, False Profits, and Taking Economics Seriously, national radio commentator and author of Swim Against the Current, the American people should have a say in the court's direction, the American people shouldn't be denied a voice, If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump's term we'll wait till the next election, We want to terminate health care under Obamacare, I will vote only for nominees who acknowledge that Roe v. Wade is wrongly decided, which foundations funded the brief writers, Only public trials and humiliation can save the American experiment from the Trump/GOP coup attempt. And I thank my colleagues for hearing me out. Josh Brahm analyzes the documentary "Reversing Roe" and exposes the biased editing tricks and responds to the pro-choice arguments made. 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