Wife Of Judge Blocking Pro-Life Videos Is a Radical Abortion Supporter
Liberals are entrenched in every major media, legal, business, and social organization. They learned a long time ago that cultures don’t change from throwing bombs and rioting. Liberals from the 1960s and 1970s changed tactics. They shaved, cut their hair, put on suits, and infiltrated every power institution in America.
When Planned Parenthood needed a judge to do its bidding, the organization had one waiting in the wings. His name is Judge William H. Orrick, III. He is a big Obama donor. He and his wife are huge abortion supporters. In fact, you name the liberal cause, and the Orricks are leading the parade.
Judge Orrick’s wife is more liberal and leftist than he is.
Whoever said judges don’t bring their own beliefs in the judgment of cases? The pro-abortionists knew where to go to get a favorable ruling. If a pro-life group had gotten a favorable ruling from a judge, we would be reading stories of every bad thing the judged had done since he entered the first grade, all of his or her affiliations, and every donation ever made.
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The following is from The Federalist:
The federal judge who late Friday granted a temporary restraining order against the release of recordings made at an annual meeting of abortion providers wasn’t just appointed by President Barack Obama, the most extreme proponent of abortion ever to hold the White House. He was also one of President Obama’s top fundraisers, a bundler who raised at least $200,000 for Obama and donated $30,800 to committees supporting him, according to Public Citizen.
Judge William H. Orrick, III, granted the injunction just hours after the order was requested by the National Abortion Federation.
Orrick’s wife, Caroline “Linie” Farrow Orrick, is a clown and artist with an interest in outdoor athletic endeavors. She partners with her husband in their political decisions and she is his co-bundler according to Public Citizen. She’s also a public supporter of extreme abortion policies.
Her YouTube user page shows that the first video she ever “liked” was from an extreme pro-abortion group called the Center for Reproductive Justice. The slick, celebrity-laden video called for people to sign a “bill of rights” that asserts a right to abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy, a position shared by very few Americans. It further calls for taxpayer funding of contraception, abortifacients and abortion. And, finally, it says that all health care plans should be required under penalty of law to cover abortion, abortifacients, and other anti-reproductive services — even if they have religious objections such as those held by the Little Sisters of the Poor.
Was that a stray “like”? Well, her Facebook page also shows a pattern of liking other extreme groups. Here’s her current profile picture, which is designed to show support for the Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling that declared same-sex marriage is a Constitutional right.
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