House Bill 111, sponsored by state Representative Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster), would remove the voters’ right to cast ballots for the state Supreme Court, Superior Court, and Commonwealth Court.
Early supporters of so-called “merit selection” of judges included the American Civil Liberties Union and the Women’s Law Project—two prominent pro-abortion groups which routinely challenge laws protecting preborn children and their mothers from the harm of abortion. It stands to reason that these groups believe they can stack the court with pro-abortion judges, under the false guise of “merit.”
Billionaire abortion-backer George Soros has been funding “merit selection” efforts throughout the country in an effort to place liberal judges on state courts.
But advocates for electing judges point out that voters should not be forced to head to the polls to defend a right they already have. Pro-election legislators—who vehemently oppose the plan—also note that untold sums of money could be poured into a campaign to convince voters they do not need to vote for appellate judges.
Why would George Soros and pro-abortion groups support legislation
to take away the right of people to vote for their state supreme court justices?
Could it be that using 'merit selection' by a 'select panel' would place pro-abortion state supreme court justices to hand down decisions in cases involving unborn children, euthanasia of the elderly/disabled and assisted suicide?
When those who support and fund abortion become involved in any state legislation, beware of their evil agenda against the sanctity of life.