Ryan E.
November 26, 2022

Georgia Supreme Court Reinstates Abortion Bill

The Georgia Supreme Court has done something shocking:

Reinstate the heartbeat bill.

A heartbeat bill is usually called a six-week abortion ban. It makes abortion illegal just a few weeks into the pregnancy when a fetal heartbeat can be detected.

Liberals have worked really hard to challenge that notion, saying that nothing under ten weeks could have a fetal heartbeat because it is an embryo.

Embryo or not, that "thing" is about to be a human being very soon, and its life is as valuable as mine or yours.

That shouldn't even be a debate. The fact that liberals want to say that a human with a beating heart should be killed because it's just an "embryo" shows you exactly WHY they are so desperate to retain the right to have abortions:

They're convenient.

I mean, they're terrible, but they are. Premarital sex with no consequences sounds great to a lot of kids these days. In facts, that's what society teaches them to value.

Fulton County Judge Robert C. I. McBurney had been working hard to reverse the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. He immediately tried to make abortion legal in Georgia, saying "This ruling is merely a reinforcement of what ought to be for everyone the uncontroversial notion that, if the judicial branch has declared a constitutional right, legislatures exceed their authority, improperly expand their role, and fundamentally alter the balance struck by the separation of powers when they enact laws they know to be plainly and facially unconstitutional."

It took only one page for the state Supreme Court to reverse his decision.

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