With the Supreme Court soon to rule on Roe v. Wade, Republicans are already getting ready. Sure, some pathetic losers will riot over the decision, but millions more will celebrate.
And in one red state, they have already locked down their policy.
From Daily Wire:
On Thursday, the Oklahoma legislature approved a measure that bans almost all abortions beginning at conception.
House Bill 4327 makes almost all abortions illegal from the point of fertilization, which is defined as “the fusion of a human spermatozoon with a human ovum.”
This is, so far, one of the most pro-life bills we’ve seen. And the Biden administration are not happy about it.
From Fox News:
The White House condemned a new abortion bill that passed Oklahoma’s Legislature Thursday, calling the bill “extreme,” “absurd” and “ultra MAGA.” […]
“The President believes that women have the fundamental right to make their own reproductive health choices,” Jean-Pierre noted, adding that the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade “has been the law of the land for almost 50 years, and basic fairness and the stability of our law demand that it not be overturned.”
As usual, Democrats tried to paint abortion as a “women’s rights” issue, ignoring the tremendous moral crisis it poses.
The White House arrogantly attacked Oklahoma’s new bill, which the governor promised to sign into law. Biden’s latest mouthpiece called it “extreme,” “absurd,” and used their latest damp squid “ultra MAGA.”
Did she mean ultra “making American a place that protects children again”? If so, conservatives will be proud to wear that badge.
Honestly, for Democrats not to realize that “ultra MAGA” is a compliment to Trump supporters is hilarious.
The law would effectively ban all forms of abortion in Oklahoma. That is shockingly outrageous to Democrats, who have been profiting off of abortion for decades.
But if they think this is the last law of its kind, they are dreaming.
Texas has already signed into law a bill that would ban abortion in the state, the moment the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
And you can be certain other red states are preparing much the same legislation. Starbucks might be willing to pay to send their employees to get abortions over state lines, but they might run out of places to send them.