In the case of yet another activist judge with a massive case of black robe fever, U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan of Washington just ordered the Trump administration must allow a teenage illegal alien to have a taxpayer-funded abortion. The 17-year-old Mexican teen is known only as “Jane Doe” and currently in U.S. government custody after being detained in South Texas.

Chutkan is an Obama appointee and states that she was  “astounded” to learn that this teenager was not allowed to obtain what she termed as a medical procedure. She ordered the federal government to transport the girl to the nearest abortion facility or to allow her legal guardian to take her to the nearest abortion facility “promptly and without delay.” Chutkan believes that “Jane Doe” will somehow “suffer irreparable injury in the form of, at a minimum, increased risk to her health, and perhaps the permanent inability to obtain the desired abortion to which she is legally entitled.”

The Trump administration has a strong reputation for preventing minors in the United States illegally from obtaining abortions.  “Jane Doe” is now being represented by the American Civil Liberties Union.  The group filed suit against the federal government terming them unconstitutional and asking the judge to intervene to implement a preliminary injunction for future reference for other illegal women that may seek the same procedure.

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Essentially the ACLU is attempting to extend Constitutional law and its protections to someone that has blatantly and flagrantly disregarded U.S. borders and laws in an effort to allow an unborn child to be murdered.  Additionally, they are asking for a legal precedent t0 be set for other illegal alien women who may face a similar situation.  They are essentially rolling out the welcome mat for any and all illegal aliens to have an abortion within US borders at American taxpayer expense.


The girl is 15 weeks pregnant at this point, now in her second trimester – At the size of an apple and able to tell if her child is a boy or a girl, sense light, fingerprints, brain activity, a developing nervous system, lungs, and many other developments.  As a result, most abortions are banned in Texas after 20 weeks gestation.

Attorneys for the Justice Department told Chutkan “Jane Doe” was not allowed to have an abortion unless it was a medical emergency. They argue because she was in the U.S. illegally she was not entitled to the same access to abortion as legal residents of the United States.

Court documents filed by the DOJ argue the government has “strong and constitutionally legitimate interests in promoting childbirth, in refusing to facilitate abortion, and in not providing incentives for pregnant minors to illegally cross the border to obtain elective abortions while in federal custody.” They stated the teenager was repeatedly told she could leave at any point to obtain an abortion in Mexico but rather CHOSE to stay in U.S. custody of her own volition.

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Rather than taking “Jane Doe” to obtain the requested abortion, government workers took the girl to a Christian crisis pregnancy center for counseling and spoke to the girl’s legal guardian about her desire for abortion – actions that Chutkan claims violated “Jane Doe’s” right to privacy – the entire premise that Roe v. Wade and companion case Doe v. Bolton are based on.

Chutkan never stops to consider that even if “Jane Doe” is taken for an abortion as is her wish, the government will STILL have to process the necessary and routine paperwork required anytime someone within state or federal custody requires a medical procedure.


According to the Washington Examiner

In a statement, the administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said the court made a “troubling ruling that exceeds the U.S. Constitution and sets a dangerous precedent by opening our borders to any illegal children seeking taxpayer-supported, elective abortions.”

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The anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List objected to the ruling.

“Today’s ruling is outrageous and sets a dangerous precedent,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services took a simple position that it would protect the life and dignity of the teenage girl and her unborn child while in their care. Shame on this judge for overruling compassionate care and instead mandating that the U.S. government help facilitate an abortion for a teenage girl.”

Dannenfelser accused the ACLU of “recklessly exploiting a teenage girl in order to make the United States a sanctuary state for abortion” and urged the Justice Department to appeal the ruling.

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