Unexpected Brawl Between Bongino And Barstool Sports Founder

The recent SCOTUS decision to overturn 1973’s Roe v Wade law as unconstitutional has immediately set fire to a blaze of hot debate.

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The decision by the U.S. Supreme Court gives the question of abortion legalities back to the individual states and now will be a matter for constituents and representatives in each state to decide for each state.

Abortion is not illegal in the United States, but each state may decide its laws surrounding abortion, as is the rights of states on any issue not directly covered by the constitution.

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Abortion is now restricted in at least a few states, as some states had laws in place that pre-dated the 1973 decision, and now those laws are again valid until challenged.

Other states had so-called, “Trigger Bans” in place in case of the Supreme Court decision was decided as it was.
The Trigger Bans are now in effect.

Politico reports that 13 states have Trigger Bans.

These bans would allow laws to immediately come into effect a number of days after the SCOTUS decision.

One example of some of these laws are the “fetal heartbeat” laws in Georgia, South Carolina, Ohio, and Iowa prohibiting abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which is around six weeks, Politico wrote.

Only three states – South Dakota, Louisiana, and Kentucky – have laws that immediately ban most abortions.

In most states, restrictive laws planned do have exceptions, such as to save the life of the mother, in the instance of rape, or in the instance of incest.

Abortion will remain legal in the remaining 27 states, though the laws in those states aren’t uniform either, Politico continued.

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Greer Donley, a professor specializing in reproductive health care at the University of Pittsburgh Law School told Politico that it could take months for all the legal maneuvering to be completed and for the nation to have a more definitive picture of where abortion is legal.

Until then, Donley said, it will be difficult to explain to people the legal landscape of abortion.

“Literally, all I do all day is think about abortion law,” Donley said. ” It’s m only job. And there’s questions I can’t answer.”

Even more legal battles ensue.

The abortion pill, RU486, is under discussion.

NBC News reported that Attorney General Mark Merrick indicated in a speech on Friday that the DOJ would combat any Republican efforts to restrict access to abortion pills after the SCOTUS ruling on Friday.

This sets the stage for more potential battles.

“The Justice Department will work tirelessly to protect and advance reproductive freedom,” Garland said in his statement.

NBC News referred also to the Mifepristone, the two-drug regimen of medication abortion which was approved by the FDA in 2000 and is available by mail.

In a separate statement Friday, the White House said it is working to make the drug, which can be used up to 10 weeks of pregnancy, widely available.

News like this indicates those who advocate nationalism instead of states’ rights are up in arms over the SCOTUS decision.

The line has been drawn and heretofore amiable media peers are now at each other’s throats.

Two media personalities were quick to engage in battle on Friday with a heated response to the SCOTUS decision.

Barstool Sports president Dave Portnoy was quickly vocal with his opinion Friday after the decision, and Fox News Host Dan Bongingo was just as quick with his replies to Portnoy on social media.

Portnoy spoke out against the decision Friday, saying “To me, this is just pure insanity, pure insanity,” Mediate reported.

Fox News Host Bongino responded quickly, replying to Portnoy’s complaint on Twitter by writing “Horrifyingly uninformed and ridiculous take.”

The pair then traded blows in a torch war that appears to have really escalated when a Kingpin GIF set Bongino off, Mediate wrote.

Portnoy then posted a video on Friday following the Supreme Court decision.

In a video titled, “Emergency press conference,” Portnoy sounded off about the issue which caught the attention of Fox News Host Dan Bongino, Barret Sports Media reported

“This was to be expected, but I still get a kick out of people who have sucked my d**k for a decade straight, invited me on their shows a million times, and now disagree with me on Roe Vs Wade, and suddenly I’m a p****y and idiot,” Portnoy posted.

Not to be outdone, Bongino then responded to the post, saying, “I still get a kick out of defending people like this p—-y against the same lib lunatics he desperately craves the acceptance of. It’s called “principles” chump. Try it sometime. Go put your dog chain back on dips–t.”

“Appears the only people doing that for you are wearing dog callers. Go get your leash chump. Bow wow,” Bongino added.

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To which Portnoy replied:

The two formerly friendly media moguls didn’t hold back.

More to come.