Alyssa Milano and the goons from Hollywood lose again. The left wants everyone to adopt their way of living, refusing to believe that they could be wrong about anything.
They are intolerant and as such turn off half the country off when they preach their misguided sermons. It would be laughable if they stayed in their lane, but they do not.
Thankfully, we still have brave GOP politicians like Brian Kemp willing to keep fighting the good fight. From Philly Enquirer:
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed a controversial “heartbeat” bill into law on Tuesday, outlawing most abortions once a doctor detects what some call “a fetal heartbeat in the womb,” usually about six weeks into a pregnancy.
His signature could launch a court battle that supporters hope will challenge abortion rights all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. The bill was signed Tuesday morning in the governor’s ceremonial office at the state Capitol.
Kemp said he upholds his promise to enact the “toughest abortion bill in the country.”
“Georgia is a state that values life,” Kemp said before putting his signature to the LIFE Act. “We stand up for those who are unable to speak for themselves.”
Kemp said he recognizes the bill will be challenged.
“But our job is to do what is right, not what is easy,” Kemp added. “We will not back down. We will always continue to fight for life.”
The bill has been called draconian by Democrats, medical lobbies and civil rights organizations along with women’s rights leaders and celebrities who have opposed the measure, and protested the bill for months.
“The Handmaid Coalition of Georgia,” marched to the statehouse to protest the legislation, chanting “shame” and “dissent” while clad in the red cloaks and white bonnets of characters in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a book and TV series that depicts a dystopian future where women are enslaved to rear children. The protesters have been an almost daily presence, along with heavy security.
The #ReclaimGeorgia campaign by NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia and Planned Parenthood Southeast Advocates aims to spend six figures to mobilize activists and “put unprecedented pressure” on supporters of the measure ahead of next year’s election.
Laura Simmons, the NARAL state director, said it’s designed to “educate voters and put lawmakers on notice that advocates for reproductive freedom will not let legislators off the hook for turning their backs on women and families by voting to criminalize abortion and punish women.”
With two new conservative justices on the Supreme Court, those against abortion want to test the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion.
WGAE and @WGAWest oppose Georgia's abortion ban legislation #HB481. This draconian anti-choice law would discourage people in our industry from working in Georgia and could harm the state's vibrant film and television industry. Full statement attached. pic.twitter.com/bAfJkhXSTv
— Writers Guild of America, East (@WGAEast) March 26, 2019