Glenn Beck scoops up Roe v. Wade archives from pro-abort activists at auction
· Mar 10, 2023 ·

I absolutely LOVE this story from The Blaze.

Yes, Glenn Beck, one of the biggest names in conservative media just put that big wallet of his to good use in purchasing the archives from the Roe v. Wade case that the lefty lawyers wanted to go into the hands of the pro-death camp.

Beck, an avid history collector, knowing that the history of the pseudonymous Jane Roe in the Roe case decided that he wanted this historical document in more trustworthy hands.

The archive of historic documents central to the Roe v. Wade case that temporarily guaranteed abortion rights across the United States – a ruling long extolled by eugenicists and other varieties of leftist – recently went up for auction.

This collection, totaling around 150 case-related documents, was amassed by Linda Coffee, the Dallas lawyer who first launched the abortion rights case. The 80-year-old recently expressed her desire to pass along the archive to the next generation of pro-abortionists – an archive she told D Magazine contained "symbolic" items.

It did not, however, end up in the hands of Planned Parenthood or some blue-state gallery.

Glenn Beck, like the ultimate mega-Chad, swooped in and outbid his competitors, bringing the Roe documents into his own collection.

Coffee and many of those upset about the overturning of Roe in June were dealt a second blow this week.

In a move likely to enrage leftists, including those terrorists the Department of Justice has proven unable or unwilling to hold accountable, nationally syndicated radio host and co-founder of Blaze Media Glenn Beck acquired the collection, sealing the deal on March 6.

The leftist tears from this purchase are sure to be extra salty!

Linda Coffee and her lesbian partner, Rebecca Hartt, told D Magazine that they had curated the collection after the West Nile virus nearly killed Coffee.

The near-death experience coupled with the overturning of Roe v. Wade prompted Hartt to tell Coffee, "You might live to be 88 like Judge Sarah Hughes, but you need to get this stuff to the next generation."

Hartt said, "We don't know who's going to end up acquiring it, but hopefully it will motivate some of the people to get into law or politics or whatever, because it needs to be challenged."

There's a sweet irony that, after Roe was overturned, the legacy of that case left by the radical leftist lawyers in the case is now in the hands of one of the most hated conservatives in the United States.

It's so so sweet.

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