Oklahoma Bans Abortion

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 20, 2016

Countdown to Federal intervention…





The Oklahoma state legislature has passed a bill that would criminalize abortion procedures in the state. According to the language of the bill, anyone who is found to have performed an abortion — except in instances to save the life of the mother — will be found guilty of a felony and can receive up to three years in prison.

The bill now is on its way to Gov. Mary Fallin, a Republican, for final approval.

The governor has not decided whether she will sign the bill, according to her spokesperson Michael McNutt, adding that she needs time to review the legislation.

Once Fallin has the bill she has five business days to decide if she will approve the legislation. If she doesn’t sign or veto the bill, it automatically becomes law, according to McNutt.

The Center of Reproductive Rights, has already called on Fallin to veto the bill, which the group says is in “contravention of long standing federal and state constitutional principles as well as basic human rights.”

Honestly, I’m not even sure how it was possible to pass this bill, as the Supreme Court has already legalized abortion nationally.

Anyway, it’s good to see people fighting back. Even if they’re obviously going to fail.

Removing abortion would basically be the end of feminism, as it would force women to take responsibility for their own behavior. The basis of feminism is that women suffer no consequences for any action.