“The Court well explains why, under our substantive due process precedents, the purported right to abortion is not a form of “liberty” protected by the Due Process Clause. Such a right is neither “deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition” nor “implicit in the concept of ordered liberty.” As I have previously explained, “substantive due process” is an oxymoron that “lack[s] any basis in the Constitution.” Justice Thomas wrote that Roe v Wade relied on substantive due process. An interpretation of the 14th amendment that allowed judges to make law from the bench based on their personal biases not on an interpretation of the constitution. By that legal assertion he is saying the courts ruling on Mississippi and Dobbs is restoring a true constitutional view to the 14th amendment. This also then affirms Ted Cruz’s argument in the Obergefell case that unelected justices can not legislate law. That case overturned 32 state constitutions by the actions of one judge relying upon an interpretation of the law that made the judicial branch superior. Kavanaugh wrote hoping to head off a challenge to Obergefell and focusing on contraceptives and Lawrence which is sodomy. He did this because he knows that as a matter of constitutional law, substantive due process has no historical or legal basis. It’s why Roberts did not join the majority in the overturning of Roe v Wade decision. They have stripped the judges across America from being little kings and queens. Robert’s position as Chief Justice was dealt a blow as he is no longer the king of America’s courts. Balance has been restored to America and new life breathed into the Constitutional Republic. The Coach Kennedy case was decided when Roe fell because the Constitutional power was restored and thus the First Amendment. God’s crown over America has had the dust shaken off and we are in a whole new America tonight. Now more than ever the Church, We the People and families have hope for America’s future.