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Well, the good news is that — finally — the left can stop with its pretentious, condescending attitude that they have the “science market” cornered.  Here’s the latest anti-science move on behalf of leftists.

In Pavan v. Smith, the case was about 2 lesbian couples who had children through artificial insemination. Arkansas law already demanded that non-biological parents who were spouses be listed on the birth certificate, but that wasn’t enough for the lesbians who wanted the general birth certificate applied to them. According to The Daily Wire, the lesbians “wanted to overthrow the basic purpose of birth certificates in non-artificial insemination cases: listing the biological parents of a child.”

Arkansas, a state that liberals have long mocked as anti-science, knuckle dragging hillbillies, ruled that heterosexual spouses were normally the biological parents of children. According to The Daily Wire, however Arkansas’s dedication to scientific principles have now been pushed aside by radical leftists.

On Monday, the Supreme Court declared that birth certificates were no longer designed to list the biological parents of children, and ordered that states must now grant same-sex couples the ability to place their names on birth certificates. This, of course, defeats the purpose of having a birth certificate — why not just have a certificate of legal parentage? — but according to the Court, everyone must be made to feel like a biological parent, even where there’s no biological connection to the child.

Of course, this is not in the best interest of the child, since people need to know — for health reasons — who is actually their biological parent.  But children are never the main focus of liberals’ radical motives.

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