By Theodore Shoebat
Its already happening: a federal judge just struck down the Ohio heartbeat bill, as we read in a report from Clevescene:
A federal judge has blocked the implementation of S.B. 32, otherwise known as Ohio’s heartbeat bill, saying that it violates a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. The ACLU and women’s health clinics throughout Ohio had sued the state.Citing a variety of factors, most notably that many women do not even know they are pregnant at the six-week mark when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, along with the various hoops, both logistical and lawful, that a woman must jump through to even have an abortion, and that the six-week cutoff amounts to a ban on almost 90% of abortions, Judge Michael Barrett concluded: “This Court concludes that S.B. 23 places an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to choose a pre-viability abortion, and, under Casey, Plaintiffs are certain to succeed on the merits of their claim. To the extent that the State of Ohio “is making a deliberate effort to overturn Roe [v.Wade] and established constitutional precedent,” see Jackson Women’s Health, 349 F. Supp. 3d at 544, those arguments must be made to a higher court.”
Proponents of the bill had expected this, and as Ohio and other GOP-led states pass similar legislation, they eagerly await a battle in that higher court.
The abortion industry is not going away anytime soon. For one, there is a huge demand for infanticide by women who want to murder their own children. As long as there is a demand, there is a supplier. Secondly, the abortion industry in America is multinational. Hence why you will read about murdered American embryos in German labs for experimentation (and the experiments are paid for by the EU government).
The industry of infanticide is too large, too multinational. Those who are fighting against infanticide are combatting an industrial empire.