Skip to comments.Prepare For the Unhinged Handmaids
Posted on 03/19/2019 11:27:14 AM PDT by EdnaMode
Georgia's Heartbeat Bill has cleared a senate panel to chants of shame and no safe seats from abortion supporters. Capitol police had to escort Republican legislators to a waiting elevator through the throng of protestors. We know where this is going.
The Heartbeat Bill is HB 481, which considers any unborn human with a heart beat as a person, with the rights of a person, to be added to the population of the state as a person, and therefore entitled to the protection of the state. Its effect would be to make most abortions illegal, with the narrow exceptions of rape and incestwith reporting requirements to support the rape allegation.
Of course, under current law of the land, this will certainly be subject to judicial review, and possibly a path to the Supreme Court. This could be the one that potentially overturns Roe v. Wade. At least we hope so.
This is why abortion supporters become increasingly unhinged as the bill winds its way through the senate, back to the house to approve changes, then to Governor Kemps desk. Kemp has vowed to sign the bill. I knew I liked him, and I hope he doesnt back down.
Heres what will happen.
The protests will become more energized, and then even violent. It will resemble what happened in 2013 when they shouted Hail, Satan! at the Texas state house. Things will be thrown (disgusting things). Handmaid costumes will be worn. Shouts and disruptions will interrupt proceedings, like at the Kavanaugh hearings.
The thing is, when states like New York and Rhode Island pass laws allowing unlimited abortion up until (and past) the first cryactual infanticideyou dont see pro-life protestors becoming unhinged.
A Day of Action in Rhode Island means pro-life supporters come together to pray. We could shout and get violent and wear costumes, but we dont.
In New York, a man closed his bookstore for a day to protest that states legalized murder on demand. He didnt make a scene.
Despite a lawsuit by former New York AG Eric Schneiderman, pro-life supporters prayerfully gathered at the abortion mill in Queens, NY since 2012. The lawsuit accused them of harassment and violating federal and state law. But a judge in 2018 ruled that the AGs office couldnt show the pro-lifers had the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm women seeking abortions.
They could have gotten physical or unhinged. But we dont do that.
Pro-life protestors pray and seek Gods divine intervention upon the hearts of doctors, women in crisis pregnancies, lawmakers, and judges. We fast, and we stand up and speak up for the ones who cannot stand for themselvesthe unborn.
Those who want women to choose themselves over another human beings life, who see babies as an obstacle to self-actualization, or career goals, or whatever the living grownups want to do, can only become more unhinged when God moves upon others hearts.
As the Georgia Heartbeat Bill moves closer to becoming law, expect the unhinged handmaids to show up and become ever more unhinged.
“chants of shame and no safe seats from abortion supporters.”
At judgement day the judge might say say shame and no safe seats for abortion supporters”.
When the little freak chooses the wrong person, he’ll have his leg broken and won’t have a clue what happened to him.
Whatever happened to that little creep? Protecting the rights of women. By assaulting women.
He telegraphed that beautifully. I would,hypothetically,have shattered his nuts,broken his leg and stomped his head.
“Its effect would be to make most abortions illegal, with the narrow exceptions of rape and incest...”
Doesn’t make any sense really. If it’s a person, it can’t be suddenly legal to kill them if they were conceived through rape or incest. Otherwise, would it not be just as legal to kill a full grown adult who was conceived through rape or incest?
I hope there is some legal foundation in Canada that will help that girl sue the crap out of that evil little sh!t.
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