Why should you have an abortion at six weeks in a Christian state?
How about “women seeking abortion get punched in the face six times”?
We’ll be very careful not to hurt the baby while we’re donkey-punching these sluts.
Abortions after roughly six weeks of pregnancy will remain illegal in Georgia, the state’s supreme court ruled on Tuesday. The ruling will allow the state’s six-week ban, which was first passed in 2019 and took effect after the US supreme court overturned Roe v Wade last year, to stay in place while litigation over the ban continues.
In their challenge to a six-week ban, known as the Living Infants Fairness and Equality (Life) Act, a group of abortion rights supporters had argued that it should be struck down because it ignored the fact that, in 2019, the US still recognized the constitutional right to abortion. A lower court in Georgia agreed with that argument, but the Georgia supreme court discarded it.
While the US supreme court’s interpretation of the constitution has changed, the constitution itself has not, the justices found. And, according to Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the case that overturned Roe, the US constitution never contained a right to abortion.
Thus, the Georgia supreme court reasoned, the Georgia law complied with the US constitution when it was first enacted – even if Roe was technically the law of the land at the time.
“The trial court erred in relying on overruled decisions of the United States supreme court to conclude that portions of the Life Act violated the United States constitution when enacted in 2019,” reads the court’s majority opinion, which was written by Justice Verda M Colvin. “Because Dobbs is controlling precedent on whether the United States constitution confers a right to abortion, and because the parties and the trial court do not dispute that the Life Act complies with Dobbs, it follows that the Life Act did not violate the United States constitution when enacted in 2019.”
The six-week ban has devastated abortion access in Georgia. In the year after Roe fell, there were almost 20,000 fewer abortions performed in the state than there would have been if Roe had survived, according to research by the Society of Family Planning released on Tuesday.
They’ve gone back to “my body, my choice” after doing the vax thing.
I keep telling you people: you can’t “own the libs.” They literally do not care at all about any kind of basic logic, let alone intellectual consistency.
It’s all just a bunch of women and Jews. That’s the entire left. They literally think it’s funny that you think they care about intellectual consistency. They think you’re weak for thinking they would care about that.