Attorney General Josh Kaul via Wisconsin Department of Justice.

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul said that he will not enforce a pre-Roe v. Wade state law that bans abortions if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns its ruling.

Life News reports:

Townhall reports Kaul, a pro-abortion Democrat, asserted that prosecuting abortionists would take resources away from investigating important crimes like arson and sexual assault. Basically, he believes that unborn babies’ lives are not important or worth protecting.

“Even if courts were to interpret that law as being enforceable, as attorney general I would not use the resources of the Wisconsin Department of Justice either to investigate alleged violations of that abortion ban or to prosecute alleged violations of it,” Kaul told the Associated Press.

“The Justice Department is focused on investigating crimes of statewide importance like homicide, sexual assault and arson,” he continued. “Diverting resources from those important cases to the kinds of cases that could be brought under abortion ban, which I also believe to be unconstitutional, is not something that I would do as attorney general.”

Wisconsin has a 1849 law that criminalizes the killing of unborn babies in abortions, according to the report. The law is unenforceable because of Roe v. Wade, but if the Supreme Court overturns the abortion ruling and allows states to protect unborn babies, the law would go back into effect. The high court heard a direct challenge to Roe on Dec. 1 from Mississippi. However, the ruling is not expected until sometime next year.

The anti-life Democrat is running fo reelection in 2022.

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Stephen Weiss
1 month ago

regardless of what the court decides on roe v wade, this AG needs to be given his walking papers in the 2022 election. his job is to enforce the law, he does not get to decide which laws he likes and which ones he chooses to enforce,

Georgia A. Stafford
Georgia A. Stafford
1 month ago
Reply to  Stephen Weiss

Absolutely

Greta
Greta
1 month ago

That murdering demorat needs to be on unemployment permanently. He makes a real American ill. The dems are disgusting.

Roland
1 month ago

If R v W is overturned , the first time this admitted POS refuses to follow through with a accused baby killer case it is time to have him prosecuted for malfeasance.

Fio
Fio
1 month ago

What would he say if he were asked if HIS life were worth protecting?

Old Goat
Old Goat
1 month ago

That would be dereliction of duty, and he could be sued into the poorhouse

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

Just four words for Josh: You’re fired and disbarred.

Car
Car
1 month ago

So he is above the Supreme Court? He is the Supreme Leader? He isn’t the first democrat to think they don’t have to follow the law.

Tom Allen
Tom Allen
1 month ago

What’s with these two-bit lawyers who think they can pick and choose what laws they will enforce? We are a nation of laws, kick this character out on his keester!

Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom Allen

Tom: Don’t tell that to Senile Joe; he thinks he’s a king.

Patriot
Patriot
1 month ago

A prosecutor who refuses to do his job and enforce the laws needs to be immediately terminated or prosecuted himself.

Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
1 month ago

Typical DIMM: Ignore laws with which you personally disagree. That’s why there are roving bands of robbers in department stores and arsonists and murderers on the street.

Watchman48
1 month ago

I can remember hearing an old saying about those that were considered to be lowlifes in the world… It was said, the Good LORD will see to it that they will get their come-upins in the end; thus, this is my thoughts on Attorney General Josh Kaul, unless of course, if he would repent of his sins and turn to the LORD and ask for forgiveness… Either way, he had better hurry, for the Day of Judgment is quickly approaching the shore of the United States.

Zues Papadopoulos
Zues Papadopoulos
1 month ago

Supreme Court is NOT voting to overturn Roe vs Wade. They are only going to give control back to the individual states (where it belongs). If Wisconsin choses to criminalize abortions and he doesn’t enforce the law, well, then he needs to be arrested. Dragged out in handcuffs. Flogging would not be out of the question. (What? We don’t do that, anymore? Damn.)

Michael Graham
1 month ago

If Roe v Wade is reversed all abortion action would revert to the states. It would be up to the PEOPLE of each state to tell their legislators to fix or change the laws. Even this politician would have to obey the law or resign or be impeached/fired!

Fred
Fred
1 month ago

THEN ABORT HIM. BE SURE TO DISMEMBER HIM WHILE STILL BREATHING.

Watchman48
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

Fred, I know how you feel, I had always said, I do not believe in abortion, but on Aug. 1, 1992, God reveal His true thoughts on abortion and since then I have been extremely vocal against abortion, whenever a chance arose for me to speak against abortion I have done so, causing some hard feelings.
I have also learned that though I would like to repay those who have done the abortions with the same actions they had done to these innocent lives; however, vengeance is not ours to undertake, for God’s WORD is clear-
Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord (Romans 12:19).
On Jan. 22, 1997, the Holy Spirit whispered in my left ear saying, “I will repay the United States double for her iniquities.”
Judgment Day is quickly approaching for all of the United States…

trevor
trevor
30 days ago

Time to dump that dangerous POS and the rest of the Soros supported baby murderers holding office throughout the country.

Greta
Greta
6 days ago

Hope Wisconsin unelects that killer.