On May 19, 2021 in the United States, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had signed into law one of nation’s strictest abortion measures, banning procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
The signing of the bill supposes to open a new frontier in the battle over abortion restrictions as first-of-its-kind legal provisions intended to make the law harder to challenge are poised to be tested in the courts.
On September 2, 2021 President Biden vowed ‘whole-of-government’ response to that law.
He called the Supreme Court’s decision not to block the law an “unprecedented assault” on women’s rights. Any individual now has the right to sue anyone involved with providing or facilitating an abortion past six weeks of pregnancy in Texas. This is before many women know they have conceived.
A week later, the US Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit challenging Texas’ controversial abortion law. “The act is clearly unconstitutional,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said at a briefing on September 9th.
Today, US District Judge Robert Pitman in Austin, Texas has temporarily blocked Greg Abbott’s near-total ban on abortion. He ruled: “This Court will not sanction one more day of this offensive deprivation of such an important right”.
Why has ‘anti-abortionism’ nothing to do with religion?
Anti-abortionism is a term you won’t find in any dictionary as it is mine to refer to the practice of politicization of the very private life of women as it tries to rule over -let me say, ‘the inner-body of women’. People who do also rule over the life of the woman herself. That is a violation against the elementary Universal Rights.
No god, no single part of the very authentic Bible refers literally that abortion is forbidden by God nor is there anything written that allows people to view abortion as a crime. The very authentic Bible is NOT written in a way the Koran has been written and rewritten.
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