By: Red Pill | 10-09-2017 | News
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Kentucky Introduces Bill to Ban Abortion Statewide, Testing Limits of State's Rights

State Lawmakers in Kentucky are now pushing what's certainly going to be an uphill fight with a new bill that would ban abortion in the state.

Expect loads of feminist propaganda and paid shill groups such as Shareblue to be out in full force to attempt to counter this new effort and likely claim that any move to abolish abortions is unconstitutional.

That being said State's Rights are the argument the left is using to have passed a Sanctuary Stage law protecting federal criminals inside California.

Why doesn't Kentucky have the ability to do the same?

However the case, Stage Representative Dan Johnson of Mount Washington, Kentucky has now pre-filed the Abolition of Abortion in Kentucky Act, which will essentially make it a Felony to have an abortion in Kentucky.

Here's the full Abolition of Abortion in Kentucky Act:

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Kentucky Lawmakers are gambling on a newly seated Supreme Court of the United States to potentially take up their fight, and possibly revisit Roe vs Wade for a nationwide collision course that will inspire riots in modern times.

It's an issue however that many in the religious and conservative crowds feel strongly about; and it will undoubtedly test the limits of State's Rights.

The new proposal would forbid all abortions from the “fusion of a human spermatozoon with a human ovum” until birth of the child.

Abortion Rights group Guttmacher Institute’s Senior States Issues Manager, Elizabeth Nash says that any such ban wouldn't be allowed per the Constitution.

“The U.S. Supreme Court has said that a state may place restrictions on abortion before viability, but the state cannot ban abortion before viability,” Nash said.

She went on to say, “The state can place more restrictions on abortion after viability but after viability, a woman must still be able to access abortion if her life or health is at risk.”

Governor Matt Bevin has already passed two anti-abortion bills statewide; one forbids abortions during or after the 20th week of pregnancy, the other requires doctors to conduct ultrasounds on women seeking abortions and narrate a description of the fetus and fetal heartbeat.

Representative Johnson is a Preacher from Bullitt County which is just South of Louisville and one of the nation's leaders in the anti-abortion movement, and a strong supporter of President Trump who has campaigned alongside him.

This will most certainly be an interesting prospect to watch unfold as specific states such as California have already passed Sanctuary State laws which also violate the Constitution.


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Anonymous No. 9392 2017-10-10 : 02:57

A purposefully self defeating wedge issue for rinos to kill themselves with. Want less spicsicans and nigers don't waste time with outlawing abortion since they're the majority of abortees.

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