“Boo f*** hoo,” Richter tweeted in response to the SCOTUSblog declaring, “It's impossible to overstate the quake this leak is likely to create inside the Court in terms of the loss of trust between Justices as well as the staff. The leak in question is the most serious and most unforgivable crime.”
Richter responded to the version of a Supreme Court opinion overruling Roe v. Wade being leaked to the media.
On Monday, one of the most infamous scandals that has ever struck the most powerful justices within the United States unfolded when a draft Supreme Court opinion overruling Roe v. Wade was leaked to the media.
The SCOTUSblog confirmed the leak by tweeting, “The document leaked to Politico is almost certainly an authentic draft opinion by J. Alito that reflects what he believes at least 5 members of the Court have voted to support — overruling Roe.”
“But as Alito's draft, it does not reflect the comments or reactions of other Justices,” the SCOTUSblog added.
Numerous celebrities, such as Richter, have been quite vocal about their opinions regarding abortion. They have had meltdown after meltdown every time life-saving legislation is enacted in states like Texas and Georgia.
In September, Hollywood stars were in a state of panic when Texas formally enacted their life-affirming “heartbeat” abortion law, which has made the Lone Star State the first state to ban abortions when the fetal heartbeat is discovered.
The following month, left-wing activist Alyssa Milano declared that this is “the most dangerous time to be a woman in America” in reference to the pro-life laws — and urged men to “use your privilege to destroy your own privilege.”
Then, comic Amy Schumer and pregnant actress Jennifer Lawrence showed their support for the deliberate killing of unborn babies during a the pro-abortion rally.
In the midst of their fracas they have also played down the gender-based violence against females in Middle Eastern countries by dubbing GOP lawmakers as the “Texas Taliban,” and comparing “sharia” law to Texas acknowledging human rights as soon as the human heartbeat begins.