I will truly not understand how anyone in their right mind could ever support abortion. Yeah, yeah. I know the whole “my body, my choice” spiel. News flash: if it was your body, you’d be the one to die. Not the baby.
Arkansas put forth four new restrictions regarding abortion. However, a federal judge has blocked them from being enforced. Here we go again with nobody SJW judges throwing up blocks where they can.
U.S. District Court Judge Kristine Baker issued a preliminary injunction late Friday against the new abortion restrictions, three of which were set to take effect Tuesday.
The laws include a ban on a common procedure known as dilation and evacuation. Abortion-rights supporters contend it’s the safest and most common procedure used in second-trimester abortions. Abortion activists also argued that doing away with the procedure would make it impossible for women to get an abortion in their second trimester.
The procedure has been referred to by pro-life groups as barbaric….and it is. It literally rips a child from the safety of his or her mother’s womb and cuts their life before they even ever have a chance to take their first breath.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Center for Reproductive Rights sued Arkansas over the restrictions, which lawmakers approved earlier this year. The two groups sued on behalf of Dr. Frederick Hopkins, a Little Rock abortion provider. The groups say the laws would make it nearly impossible for many women in the state to get an abortion.
“(The law) would essentially end access to second-trimester abortions in Arkansas,” Brigitte Amiri, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), told NBC News.
Good! That is the law we want! Women should not be allowed to waltz right into a clinic and have an abortion easier than getting a tooth pulled, simply because they do not want the child they are carrying.
WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO BELOW
Look at this baby, taken from his mother’s womb, and then tell me that this is just a clump of cells. I dare you.
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