Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Of Course, This Is How Ocasio-Cortez Used Abortion To Push Her Green New Deal

By Town Hall, May 20, 2019

Anti-abortion bills are being debated and passed across the country. In Missouri, Alabama, and Georgia, the grisly procedure that many see as murder (they’re not wrong) is being outlawed. Doctors face up to 99 years in jail in Alabama. It’s caused a meltdown on the Left. The Handmaiden’s Tale comparisons are about to be rehashed. Things could get out of control and it’s not just left-wingers. Even Pat Robertson said that the Alabama bill goes too far. Even Trump isn’t on board with all of it. The goal is to get these cases before the Supreme Court in an effort to overturn Roe v. Wade, yet I don’t think that’s a sure thing.
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