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Seethe Baby Killers. SEETHE!

Much big mad and many Handmaid’s Tale costumes in Indiana this morning as one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country goes into effect. Our new law is the first passed since the end of Roe v Wade and is pretty decent:

The Indiana ban includes exceptions allowing abortions in cases of rape and incest before the 10th week of pregnancy and to protect the mother’s life and physical health. It also allows them if the fetus is diagnosed with a lethal anomaly. The ban will replace state laws that generally prohibited abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy and tightly restricted it after the 13th week.

Under the new law, abortions can be performed only in hospitals or outpatient centers owned by hospitals, meaning all abortion clinics will lose their licenses. Any doctors found to have performed an illegal abortion would be stripped of their medical license and could face felony charges punishable by up to six years in prison.
There are still legal challenges to the law, mostly being filed to placate abortion supporters and for fundraising. For example:
It was filed by the Indiana ACLU. How is it a violation of religious freedom to ban abortion? What religion is this infringing upon?
The lawsuit filed in Marion County court by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on behalf of five anonymous residents and the group Hoosier Jews for Choice argues that the ban would violate their religious rights on when they believe abortion is acceptable. They are citing a state law that then-Gov. Mike Pence signed over the objections of critics who said it allows discrimination against gay people.
Ah. Who knew that infanticide was a critical component of Jewish religious expression? The article continues…
The ACLU’s lawsuit contends that the new abortion ban would violate Jewish teaching that “a fetus attains the status of a living person only at birth” and that “Jewish law stresses the necessity of protecting the life and physical and mental health of the mother prior to birth as the fetus is not yet deemed to be a person.” It also cites theological teachings allowing abortion in at least some circumstances by Islamic, Episcopal, Unitarian Universalist and Pagan faiths.
This is part of a pattern…
A similar lawsuit has been filed in at least one other state. A synagogue argued in June that Florida’s abortion restrictions violates religious freedom rights of Jews. That case is still working its way through the courts.
Noticing patterns is racist and antisemitic of course.
Regardless, Indiana has made all of the worst people in the state super mad and that makes me chuckle nearly uncontrollably. “Birthing people” are going to die! Well in abortion babies die nearly 100% of the time so I like those odds.
Now if we can just work on reversing Obergefell and repealing the 19th Amendment….


  1. jl

    While I am not pro abortion and shed no tears over Roe being overturned, I feel the elation is premature. When the feral and 3rd world 'asylum seekers' continue to out-breed /our side/, we're going to be in a world of hurt. It may take a generation, but this is going come back and bite us in the ass in 15-20 years. If we make it that long… I'll be in my 70's by then, a prime contestant for 'The Knockout Game'. Lucky me!

  2. Anonymous

    Sort of makes sense hypothetically, but from what I've read the math doesn't add up for the black population to meaningfully expand. Something like 14/50 instead of 13/50 maybe. White minority status will come from immigration, not from restricted abortion.

  3. Anonymous

    I read an artical by a jewish doctor that banning abortion was antisemetic. His logic is that because the majority of abortion doctors are jewish and anti abortion laws effect the income of those doctors.


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