The abortion industry is still riding high from their Ohio “victory” which amended Ohio’s constitution to codify abortion.
And now they are gunning for the same thing in this unlikely state.
In a shocking turn of events – it appears pro-abortion activists have gathered enough signatures to ram through the unthinkable.
Overturning Roe V. Wade wasn’t enough
When Roe v. Wade was overturned – many Pro-Lifers across the country celebrated this massive victory for life.
And while overturning Roe was a great accomplishment – those involved in the Pro-Life movement understood it wasn’t enough – and the battle would move to the states.
While conservative states jumped at the chance to enact sweeping Pro-Life legislation protecting unborn babies from abortion – liberal states did just the opposite.
Many leftist governors encouraged pregnant moms from conservative states to cross state lines to their abortion “safe haven” to kill their own babies.
Ballot initiatives are the new battleground
The abortion lobby knows in order to fully carry out their agenda they will need to codify abortion at the state level.
They tested their capabilities with Ohio – and “won”.
The once Pro-Life beacon of light for America has now turned into one of the most pro-abortion states in the country, and all of the hard work to enact Pro-Life laws in Ohio will soon disappear.
Abortion activists knew if they could flip Ohio, they could do it anywhere.
And now, they are gunning for a ballot initiative in Florida.
Republican moderates will help kill more babies
Abortion activists claim they have enough signatures from Florida voters to place an abortion amendment on the ballot to enshrine abortion into Florida’s state constitution.
Of course, Ron DeSantis, a Pro-Life hero, signed into law a bill banning abortion after a detectable heartbeat.
But if the abortion amendment passes in Florida, like it did in Ohio, the Heartbeat Act will die, just like it did in Ohio.
Even more infuriating, moderate Florida Republicans supplied the bullets in the gun to take out unborn babies on the ballot.
Florida Republican Carlos Lacasa said “How can my party be so vigorous in its defense of the right to bear arms yet not defend a woman’s right to make decisions about her own healthcare?”
Lacasa continued “I believe in small government, and morality cannot be legislated without an overwhelming consensus of the governed – and there is no such consensus on this issue,” The Guardian reported.
Of course, real conservatives know a baby has their own body, and protecting liberty and the right to life starts in the womb.
Ripping an unborn baby from its mother’s womb is not “healthcare” – it’s murder.
And if Florida goes in the same direction as Ohio – America is truly doomed.
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