The new “heartbeat” bill, banning abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy was passed in Georgia May 7th. Ohio, Kentucky and Mississippi has already done the same with Alabama signing today and Missouri could be next.
This is what’s happening in America right now. Does this look right to you? They just made a decision for a demographic that the vast majority do not reside in nor relate to. I wouldn’t even let them choose the music I listen to. Now do you see why it’s important to and more diversity in Government? DON’T let these white men fool you. They been running shit and still running shit. NOTHING has changed.
I’ll admit, I don’t fully understand the intricities of pregnancy, child birth or abortion. I do believe it should be within a woman’s right to decide how it should be handled. I believe there is a gray area to this conflict but I feel like the bigger picture is that there are people who are actively attempting to take away people’s basic rights and civil liberties.
I always thought
we’ve made quite some progress over the last 50 years but I can’t help but to think this is the result of the Remaking America Great brigade. This isn’t great, it’s sad and if you don’t think so, wait til they start attacking some of the civil liberties you hold near and dear. There’s a bigger agenda here.
As far as I am concerned this is attach to the major conservative push back since 2008. It’s no coincidence that the biggest nation protest in US history was held on the day our president was Inaugurated. Women knew what time it was!
Does the Constitution embrace a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy by abortion?
Roe v Wade (1973)
7 to 2 Decision
The Supreme Court held that a woman’s right to an abortion fell within the right to privacy (recognized in Griswold v. Connecticut) protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. The decision gave a woman total autonomy over the pregnancy during the first trimester and defined different levels of state interest for the second and third trimesters. As a result, the laws of 46 states were affected by the Court’s ruling.
“Roe v. Wade.” Oyez, http://www.oyez.org/cases/1971/70-18. Accessed 16 May. 2019.
They are actively trying to get a judgement over-turned from 1973.
Imagine if this works, what’s next? Brown v. Board of Education 1954? Imagine in 2020, you watching the news and find out they brought back segregation. Crazy right? Well…