The Democrat Party and its Supreme Court robots are so in love with the idea of infanticide that they will go to any absurdist rhetorical lengths to promote their ghoulish agenda. This time around? They pronounce as proper the concept that babies in vitro are nothing but virtual corpses.

FNC: “Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor rejected the idea that a fetus that has the ability to move and react to pain is a human life that should be protected from abortion.

The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, centers on the law, which bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, much sooner than the current legal standard, which prohibits abortion bans prior to fetal viability — roughly 23 to 24 weeks into pregnancy. Throughout the arguments, the justices alternated between examining not just the legal standards for abortion laws based on interests of women and protecting potential life, but also the court’s own interest in protecting itself from losing the faith of the public.”

‘Virtually every state defines a brain death as death,’ Sotomayor, appointed by former President Barack Obama, said during oral arguments in a potential landmark abortion rights case Wednesday, as the state of Mississippi defended an abortion restriction law that directly challenges Roe v. Wade.”

“Yet, the literature is filled with episodes of people who are completely and utterly brain dead responding to stimuli,” Sotomayor continued. “There’s about 40 percent of dead people who, if you touch their feet, the foot will recoil. There are spontaneous acts by dead brain people. So I don’t think that a response to — by a fetus necessarily proves that there’s a sensation of pain or that there’s consciousness.”

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Conservatives quickly responded. “Justice Sotomayor is comparing babies in the womb to dead people,” Katie Pavlich tweeted. “Sotomayor is revealing just how poor the pro-Roe arguments are,” Breitbart News Senior Editor Joel Pollak tweeted. “Inadvertently, of course.”

“Oh good grief, Sotomayor playing the ‘brain death’ card now,” Ethics and Public Policy Center Director Ryan T. Anderson wrote. “There is no dispute about whether or not an unborn the baby is in fact a baby, a living human being. It’s not a debate about when the baby is viable outside a womb, it’s a question about whether the baby’s life matters.”