Supreme Court Can’t Identify Who Leaked Dobbs Opinion
The Supreme Court released a report on January 19 stating that, after months of investigation, authorities still cannot identify the leaker of a draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. This leak was huge news. A draft majority opinion had never leaked to the public before, but on May 3, Politico published a leaked opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito. This opinion revealed that the court was moving to overturn the case that made abortion-on-demand a federal right.
Perfect timing: Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry noted just after this draft was leaked that whoever handed it over to Politico seemed to be trying to distract people from Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary 2000 Mules, which was released the same day. This documentary exposes how the 2020 presidential election was stolen, so whoever was in control of this leak obviously did not want people looking into election fraud.
Prophecy says: Only about 90 people have access to Supreme Court drafts, so identifying the leaker should not be difficult. But if the leak was deliberately timed to coincide with the release of 2000 Mules, there is a chance that instructions came directly from Barack Obama or someone in his inner circle. If this is the case, then Supreme Court investigators may not actually want to reveal the leaker to avoid retribution. Biblical passages such as 2 Kings 14:26-28 and Daniel 8:12 reveal that a “deep state” has seized control of America, and exposing it can be dangerous.