Obergefell, the plaintiff of the SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision, said Clarence Thomas omitted the case of legalizing interracial marriage after the court stated that it should pursue other rights in the privacy proceedings. ..

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife, conservative activist Virginia Thomas.Drew Angeler / Getty Images

  • The Supreme Court on Friday overturned the right to abortion established by the Roe v. Wade case.

  • Clarence Thomas said the court should “reconsider” the judgment on same-sex marriage and relationships.

  • Jim Obergefell said Thomas omitted the decision on interracial marriage because it “influences him personally.”

Plaintiff Jim Obergefell, behind the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision on same-sex marriage, is Loving on the list of Supreme Court decisions because Judge Clarence Thomas “influences him personally.” He said on Friday that he omitted anti-Virginia.

“It affects him personally, but he doesn’t care about the LGBTQ + community,” Obergefell said. MSNBC “Lead out.”

In a 5-4 decision announced on Friday, the Supreme Court Voted to overturn the Roe v. Wade case.. The majority opinion is Amendment Article 14Preventing the state from depriving citizens of “life, liberty, or property without due process of law” does not protect the right to abortion.

and Agree Following the ruling, Thomas wrote, “We need to rethink all of the court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.”

These cases are Access to contraceptives, Same-sex relationshipWhen Same-sex marriageRespectively.

Loving v. Virginia, Protects the right to interracial marriage It was also related to the due process clause of the Article 14 amendment and was not included in Thomas’ list.

Thomas himself And interracial marriage Right-wing activist Ginny Thomas..

“I’m worried that hundreds and thousands of marriages in this country are at stake, and the ability of people in this country to marry loved ones is at stake,” Obergelfell said. Said. “And it is very convincing in my opinion that Judge Thomas omits Loving v. Virginia altogether.”

Experts say the Supreme Court’s decision on Law can have widespread impact on many civil rights decisions.and opposite opinionThree liberal judges warned that if conservative judges were “correct” in their judgment, “all those decisions” such as same-sex marriage would also be “wrong.”

“He is against our equality. He is actually against our ability to be part of the’our people’,” Oberfell v. Hodge said. “Therefore, to me, this consensus is that LGBTQ + equal opponents come after these decisions and they believe that we are unprotected, unequal second-class citizens. It’s just a roadmap to make sure you’re there. I’m just worried. “

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