Also, more language change by pro-aborts. How ghoulish trying to equate a miscarriage with abortion.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed he will continue the legal battle to keep Florida’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks after a judge struck it down. Of course, the news outlet had to bring up that DeSantis brought up the subject on his own:
“That was likely going to be what was decided in that case. We knew that we were going to have to move forward and continue the legal battle and that’s something that was decided under state law,” DeSantis said.
The governor’s conference was on education but he brought up abortion on his own without prompting.
“It was not of course something you know, that we were happy to see,” DeSantis said. “These are unborn babies that have a heartbeat. They can feel pain, they can suck their thumb and to say that the state constitution mandates things like dismemberment abortions — I just don’t think that’s the proper way.”
Leon County Circuit Judge John C. Cooper ruled the Florida law that bans abortion after 15 weeks. Cooper said it violates the Florida Constitution:
The clause can be found in Section 23 of the state constitution. It reads, in full:
“Every natural person has the right to be let alone and free from governmental intrusion into the person’s private life except as otherwise provided herein. This section shall not be construed to limit the public’s right of access to public records and meetings as provided by law.”
The Florida Supreme Court first ruled on the issue in October 1989 in the case of a law requiring teenage girls to get a parent’s consent before having an abortion. The 1989 ruling said that the imposition of restrictions on abortion constituted an intrusion into a woman’s personal life.
‘’Florida’s privacy provision is clearly implicated in a woman’s decision of whether or not to continue her pregnancy,’’ the opinion said. ‘’We can conceive of few more personal or private decisions concerning one’s body that one can make in a lifetime, except perhaps the decision of the terminally ill in their choice of whether to discontinue necessary medical treatment.’’
Oh, look. The left is trying to change the language about abortion by equating medical emergencies to abortions when they’re NOT abortions. Also, if this is what is taught in medical school it needs to change:
Dr. Cecilia Grande, an OBGYN in southern Florida, told News 6 that issues could arise if the state considers unborn babies to be alive, as mothers — the “incubator,” as she called them — may need to receive emergency services involving stillbirths or miscarriages.
“A patient comes in with a pregnancy that’s wanted but broker [sic] her water at 18 weeks, and we have a 15-week ban. What’s going to happen?” she said. “In medical school, you are taught that life begins when the baby comes out and can be on its own. Before that, the mom is the incubator. If mom dies, baby died.”
Grande said that with the potential abortion restrictions, she was concerned women wouldn’t be aware of an issue with the pregnancy until it’s too late.
“I fear what happens if I get a patient, and my patient shows up in the emergency room, and they are having a miscarriage, and they are passed 15 weeks,” she said. “Am I going to be investigated?”
Gee, how about you try to stop labor or allow the baby to be born and try to save it?
If your patient is having a miscarriage IT IS NOT AN ABORTION. Stop making women who had a miscarriage think they aborted their child. My God could you be more of a ghoul!?
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