Wasserman Schultz calls new abortion bill misogynistic
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Wasserman Schultz calls new abortion bill misogynistic

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Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) is one of the biggest proponents of “women’s reproductive rights” or abortion rights as pro-Life advocates like to call them.

Like many Americans, Rep. Wasserman Schultz has taken issue with the recently passed Ohio bill that would mandate doctors to take “all possible steps to preserve the life” of a baby and try to “reimplant an ectopic pregnancy into the uterus.

Wasserman Schultz called the bill misogynistic and medically impossible.

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While the jury is still out about the bill being misogynistic, reimplanting an ectopic embryo is “impossible” and has never been performed before, at least not on this planet.

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“Misogyny + medical impossibility = dangerous, legislative insanity,” stated Wasserman Schultz “ Women’s health and reproductive rights are under extreme assault.”

As many of you already know, an ectopic pregnancy puts the mother’s life in danger when the embryo attaches outside of the uterus

Doctor’s chimed in:

“That’s impossible,” wrote Ohio OB/GYN Dr. David Hackney. “We’ll all be going to jail.”

“Ohio legislature wins the award for drafting perhaps the most Asinine piece of legislation EVER,” wrote Dr. Joseph Sakran, a trauma surgeon at John’s Hopkins Medical Center. “If your Goal was to write a bill that is NOT medically possible & puts women at risk for death….well done! This is why clinicians need to be at the table.”

According to The Guardian, the Ohio bill looks like it imposes “abortion murder” charges against physicians, women, and children if they “perform or have an abortion.”

“The bill also creates a new “aggravated abortion murder” charge, which would be punishable by death.”

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