In other good news today: Roe v. Wade Lawyer Sarah Weddington Laid Off as Texas Professor
Budget cuts at the University of Texas have forced college officials to lay off Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who was the main attorney behind the infamous Roe v. Wade case that allowed virtually unlimited abortions.
According to the Daily Texan, Weddington knew the university was facing budget problems but did not expected to lose her job as an adjunct professor, that pays her an annual salary of $80,899 per year, according to UT figures.
She had served on the faculty of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies for 23 years at the University of Texas, located in her home state. Weddington brought the original case for abortion in Dallas and Wade is the last name of Henry Wade, the district attorney in the area at the time.Weddington will forever be known as the lead attorney in the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case that has allowed 53 million abortions since 1973. Norma McCorvey, the Jane roe of the case, was a woman who wanted a divorce from her husband and never sought or had an abortion. McCorvey, who has since become pro-life,says Weddington used her case to push for abortions and was never something she desired to pursue in court.
I don’t mind when bad things happen to bad people (or to Liberal do-gooders who take great pride in their part of making it easier to kill unborn babies).
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