Dem Gov Slaps Christians In The Face, Signs Heinous Abortion Bill On Good Friday
Most have heard that Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) signed into law universal background checks and gun rationing into law. What most didn’t know is that on Good Friday he signed into law a bill pushed by Democrats that repealed most of the restrictions the state place on abortion.
Northam claimed that the Reproductive Health Protection Act, removing the restrictions on abortion ceased “anti-women’s health laws.”
“No more will legislators in Richmond—most of whom are men—be telling women what they should and should not be doing with their bodies,” Northam said in an accompanying statement. “The Reproductive Health Protection Act will make women and families safer, and I’m proud to sign it into law.”
Today, @GovernorVA signed the Virginia Reproductive Health Protection Act to remove onerous restrictions on a woman’s ability to access abortion care. Proud to have led the charge with @C_Herring on this historic measure.https://t.co/3SDcmJH6ng
— Jennifer McClellan (@JennMcClellanVA) April 10, 2020
Democrats hold the majority in the State Legislator thanks to the millions of dollars given by former New York City Mayor and failed Democrat presidential candidate Micheal Bloomberg. The liberal lawmakers rescinded the 24-hour waiting period, ultrasound, and counseling prior to wanting an abortion.
What is even more concerning is that the new law allows non-physicians to perform the abortion rolling back safety standards that required abortion clinics to be designated as an outpatient facility.
Catherine Glenn Foster, president, and CEO of American United for Life responded and said:
This bill lowers the basic, common sense health and safety standards that abortion facilities must meet, degrades women’s care, and will result in unsafe abortionists operating with even more impunity.
The bill eliminates reflection periods for women seeking an abortion while denying vulnerable women the full truth on what abortion means, what abortion is, and what abortion does.
The most heartbreaking part of this travesty to me personally is its repeal of the lifesaving ultrasound requirement in Virginia. When I went in for my abortion, scared and only 19 years old, I was denied the option to see the ultrasound of my baby. I asked, but the abortion worker said no. Now women all over the commonwealth of Virginia will be denied that basic right as well. It would have changed the course of my life. Women deserve better.
Think about this, to get your contact lens or glasses subscription renewed you have to see someone that is more qualified than the people that will be allowed to perform abortions in the State of Virginia.