One Day Left to Challenge SCOTUS Marriage Decision (Video)
The U.S. Supreme Court “same-sex marriage” fight is not completely over.
According to the Court’s published rules, within 25 days of a ruling, a party can ask the Court for a rehearing if there are pertinent issues meriting appeal. The 25 day period to file for a rehearing expires on Tuesday, July 21.
Opponents of same-sex marriage must contact the attorneys general for the four states that lost the Obergefell case, and ask them to apply immediately for a rehearing of the case. Contact information is listed in the video below.
The issue of merit here is that Justices Kagan and Ginsberg, both of whom ruled for same-sex marriage, were clearly REQUIRED by federal law to recuse themselves from this case. The following video shows pro-SSM legal scholars admitting that Kagan and Ginsberg were biased.
Dennis H. Sapire Esq. PhD., Attorney at Law, Clinical Psychologist and gay activist:
I’ve argued two cases before the Supreme Court. You know how the right-wingers are trying to say Kagan and Ginsberg should recuse themselves because they officiated over gay weddings?
Technically, I think it does show that they might be biased, but I don’t want them to recuse themselves by any means.
Please avail yourself of the contact information within the video and demand that Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine file for a rehearing.
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