Democrats across the country have been melting down on the news that the SCOTUS might overturn Roe v. Wade.
As usual, they are not getting the facts right. Contrary to their claims, the court will not outlaw abortion—just allow the states to pass their own abortion policies.
California governor, Gavin Newsom, jumped out in front. He assured his bankrupt state that yes, they’ve been paying for abortions—even for non-residents—for years.
Uh… “We’ve been doing that?” So people from other states go to California and get free abortions? Does he really want to brag about that?
Then the Gav promised to build a “firewall” against the movement to protect unborn babies.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) vowed Monday evening to build a “firewall” around California in the form of a state constitutional amendment guaranteeing abortion as a right, after a draft Supreme Court decision reversing Roe v. Wade (1973) leaked.
The largely disliked governor of the once-Golden State, Gavin Newsom, vowed to build a “firewall” around California. This apparently means an amendment to the state’s Constitution to uphold abortion.
While announcing this, he tweeted “Our daughters, sisters, mothers, and grandmothers will not be silenced.”
Uh… Gavin, grandmas don’t get abortions. That’s the very reason they ended up as grandmothers.
Being a grandmother is a reward for not aborting your babies.
Apparently, Gavin thinks he can get his state to pass an amendment to make abortion a “right.” Pretty ugly, Gav.
But all his posturing is pointless. He is trying to sound like some kind of champion for a woman’s “right” to abort a baby.
Meanwhile, the very ruling the Supreme Court is passing (possibly) will give states the power to decide abortion policy.
Gavin doesn’t need to pass an amendment, just a law. In fact, he can only do this as long as the court gives this ruling the left hates so much.
So, he should be thanking Alito.
- Newsom admitted California was paying for abortions for non-residents.
- He vowed to pass a state amendment to make abortion a “right.”
- This comes as Democrats freak out about the impending SCOTUS ruling on Roe.