Legal Scholars agree Supreme Court redefinition of marriage should be rejected


This is an interesting development.

"A group of legal scholars, most of them university professors, have declared that the Supreme Court's redefinition of marriage this past June 26 is not "the law of the land," and they are calling on all office holders, together with all presidential candidates, to join them in rejecting the Court's decision. "

These are legal scholars are from several prominent Universities,

“… schools like Princeton, Oxford, Notre Dame, Boston, Boston College, Michigan State, Kansas State, Vanderbilt, Hillsdale, the University of Toronto and the University of Nebraska, state that the Court's decision "has no more claim" to being the law of the land "than Dred Scott v. Sandford had when President Abraham Lincoln condemned that pro-slavery decision as an offense against the very Constitution that the Supreme Court justices responsible for that atrocious ruling purported to be upholding."” 

These legal scholars have also pointed out what to do to reject the Obergefell ruling, beginning with quoting Justice Alito who said this is "an abuse of judicial power".

This is the not just a descending opinion, rather Justice Alito has clearly pointed out that this ruling is invalid.

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