Recent months have seen amazing progress in the fight against abortion. Ohio passed a strict abortion law. Then Georgia passed the heartbeat bill. Alabama topped them all with the strongest abortion ban in the country. Now, another state has passed a strict pro-life law. Democrats are panicking.
Thanks to the influence of Donald Trump, conservative leaders across the country are getting bolder. And that’s an understatement! Over the course of a short period this year, numerous states have passed strong pro-life laws. These laws strike a blow against the abortion lobby, which makes millions off the death of unborn children.
President Trump has signaled an end to Roe v. Wade for a long time. He promised during the election to appoint pro-life judges to the Supreme Court. In his first term alone, he’s appointed two justices to the highest court in the land. We all know the left fought like mad to prevent his second appointment.
That’s because with the appointment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS, we now have a solid, conservative majority on the bench.
Which means, any day now, a case might be brought before the Supreme Court that could challenge Roe v. Wade.
Right now, we have at least three laws that could be brought before the Supreme Court that could overturn the decades-old ruling. Georgia passed its vital heartbeat bill, which bans abortion if the child’s heartbeat can be detected.
Hollywood was so outraged by this compassionate and science-based law, that many film makers refuse to shoot films in the state. Saving babies at the cost of Hollywood cash? That’s a good exchange to me.
Alabama passed its abortion ban with the intention of taking it to court. They knew pro-choice lobbyists would immediate sue; Alabama’s plan was to take it to the SCOTUS all along.
Now another state has joined the movement to outlaw the evil and barbaric practice of abortion in America.
On Friday, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, signed into law one of the most pro-life laws in the nation, outlawing abortion at eight weeks, save an exception for the life or risk of major physical harm to the mother. The legislation does not include an exception for rape or incest, and sex- , ability- , and race-selective abortions are also banned outright…
Additionally, if Roe v. Wade were to be overturned, the law is designed to kick-in as a full abortion ban.
Responding to criticism over the lack of exceptions for abortion post-eight weeks, Gov. Parson argued that two months is enough time to decide to get an abortion, even in tough cases.
“Is it a terrible thing that happens in those situations? Yes it is,” the Republican acknowledged, according to Fox. “But the reality of it is bad things do happen sometimes. But you have two months to decide what you’re going to do with that issue, and I believe in two months you can make a decision.” [Source: Daily Wire]
Missouri’s law has been cleverly crafted. It does not punish a mother who gets an abortion, but someone who performs an abortion can face 15 weeks in jail.
If the law faces challenges in court, it can be rolled back to a 14, 18, or 20 week ban. If Roe v. Wade is overturned, the law becomes a full abortion ban.
This is some pretty thorough legislating, if you ask me. Missouri lawmakers thought of every possibility, in order to make this law work. They were counting on the abortion lobbyists to challenge it. Even if they do and win, the law still will be in effect, protecting unborn lives as best it can.
Already those who profit off of murder spoke out against the law. A Planned Parenthood spokesperson said abortions are a human rights issue. Sure, but what about the rights of the human growing inside him mother’s womb?
Abortionists love to claim they are protecting Americans’ rights. But they conveniently ignore the rights of Americans who are most vulnerable, most in need of protecting and defending.
In reality, all that Planned Parenthood cares about is collecting hundreds of millions of dollars from the government.
At least we have many states joining the fight to end this horrible practice. PP’s days are numbered.