Shotgun Weddings Are Linked To Fears Over Supreme Court

( In an effort to further fearmonger over the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the UK Guardian published an article last week featuring a handful of gay and lesbian couples who are rushing to get married out of fear the Court would overturn Obergefell.

Democrats and the media know that abortion alone isn’t enough to turn voters against the Court and hand Democrats a victory in November. Within hours of the Dobbs decision’s release, they began to warn that SCOTUS was coming for gay marriage, interracial marriage, and the “right” to contraception.

It’s nonsense, of course. But Democrats will use any means to maintain their grip on power. Fear is central to their get-out-the-vote efforts. And the UK Guardian is there to help.

The article provides a soft-focus profile of a few gay couples who were among those who rushed to get married before the Court could overturn the 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling that barred states from banning same-sex marriage.

There is no pending case before the Court challenging a state’s gay marriage provision. And since the Court can’t rule on a non-existent case, same-sex marriage isn’t under impending threat.

Southern states are the primary focus of the Guardian piece, with the article featuring gay couples from North Carolina, Tennessee, and Louisiana who rushed to obtain marriage licenses and tie the knot for fear Clarence Thomas was prepared to swoop in out of nowhere and take away their “right” to get married.

One lesbian couple featured in the piece has been so hoodwinked by the fearmongering press that they actually claimed that the Roe v. Wade decision “is basically controlling our lives.”

Really? How?

In a nutshell, this article only proves that some people are so easily swayed by fearmongering from the Democrat-aligned press that they will upend their lives over a phantom boogeyman.

You can read the whole silly article HERE.