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Even though the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe – Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization – reversed the so-called “right to privacy” that legalized the right to take a baby’s life in the womb, California was undeterred. The state’s overwhelmingly ultra-liberal legislature baked in laws allowing the abortions to continue. The state also insured its future role as an abortion destination (or “refuge” as they are fond of saying) for women to come from states where taking the life of a newly developing baby had been severely restricted.
Governor Gavin Newsom declared California a “Reproductive Freedom State” by proclamation in 2019. At that time, the Dobbs case was on its legal journey from Mississippi to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Since October, according to the Guttmacher Institute, some 66 abortion centers in 16 states have been closed.
When abortion providers like Planned Parenthood saw that Roe could be in trouble they started preparing for what they predicted would be a wave of people coming to California once abortion was made illegal in their states. Sadly, their predictions were correct. The number of women coming from out-of-state to have abortions in Orange and San Bernardino counties in southern California increased threefold. The Planned Parenthood office serving the region is proud to note they have added nine new rooms where the “procedure” can be performed (“State’s Abortion Demand Surges,” San Jose Mercury News, January 1, 2023).
New Abortion Laws for 2023
But California is not satisfied with its status as a destination for terminating a pregnancy via the death of the innocent. As we enter the new year a slate of pro-abortion legislation will take effect, further insuring California as a beacon of access:
– Proposition 1 enshrines the right to choose in the California Constitution.
– Murder no more. A measure authored by Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks, D-Oakland, AB 2223, also known as the “Infanticide Bill,” formally bans prosecution for failed and terminated pregnancies. In other words, botched abortionists can go free, no questions asked. Under previous law, coroners were required to investigate and register fetal deaths after 20 weeks, unless they are the result of a legal abortion. AB 2223 bars such investigations and any subsequent prosecution.
– No MD required. Now almost anyone can perform an abortion. Nurse practitioners, nurses, and midwives will be able to provide abortions without loss or suspension of their license under AB 2626, written by Assemblywoman Lisa Calderon, D-Whittier. The bill also prohibits professional boards from suspending or revoking licenses of providers who provide abortion care outside the state.
– Recruitment into cult. AB 1918 by Assemblymember Cottie Petrie-Norris (D-Laguna Beach) creates the CA Reproductive Health Scholarship Corps to recruit, train and retain a diverse workforce of health care professionals who will provide reproductive health services in underserved areas of the state.
– Taxpayer financed abortions. AB 2134 by Assemblymember Dr. Akilah Weber (D-San Diego) establishes the CA Reproductive Health Equity Program which will provide grants to providers who provide uncompensated care to patients with low-incomes and those who face other financial barriers.
All of these new laws have now created the most dangerous place in California: a mother’s womb. Abortion has become glorified by the ungodly maniacs who have produced these wicked laws. It’s a new twist on an ancient pagan practice: child sacrifice.
The horrific ritual of child sacrifice has been committed throughout the world for thousands of years. Generally, the sacrifice of a child was intertwined with the worship of a pagan deity, often a fertility god. Worshipers sought to obtain a blessing from their god(s) or to confirm or complete a vow taken in the name of the god.
Today it’s the fertility goddess of “Reproductive Rights.” Worshippers are the pregnant women who have been brainwashed to believe sexual proclivity that leads to pregnancy can be honorably absolved through blessing of abortion.
One would think that California, in its infinite effort to be so compassionate, would offer of free lifetime counseling and psychological therapy for the formerly pregnant women who have been traumatized by the gruesome procedure of abortion. But no, that will never happen. These women, like the babies who never made it out of the womb, are pawns of the goddesses.