She claims to be Pro-Life.
But Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) opposes any Pro-Life legislation, even compromise bills.
That’s why Nancy Mace threw a hissy fit after South Carolina lawmakers passed this Pro-Life legislation.
The South Carolina Senate recently approved a bill that would ban most abortions in the Palmetto State after around six weeks of pregnancy.
Common sense legislation set to become law
The bill had already passed the House and was sent to the Governor who had promised to sign it.
The legislation simply restores a ban South Carolina had in place when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year.
The original ban was overturned by the state’s highest court because it supposedly violated the state Constitution’s “right to privacy.”
Republicans had been searching for an answer to that court ruling because it left abortion legal through 22 weeks of pregnancy.
This greatly increased the number of abortions being committed in South Carolina even as most other southern states were enacting stronger Pro-Life laws.
The bill includes a number of exceptions, including those for fatal fetal anomalies, the patient’s life and health, and rape or incest up to 12 weeks.
Once signed into law, doctors could face felony charges carrying up to two years imprisonment and a $10,000 fine.
“I look forward to signing this bill into law as soon as possible,” Republican South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster tweeted after Senate passage of the bill.
Macing babies for political gain
Democrats and pro-abortion fanatics were not happy about the bill’s passage and vowed to fight it in court and at the ballot box next year.
They were joined by South Carolina’s resident RINO and pro-abortion Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace.
Mace, who claims to be Pro-Life but opposes even modest compromise legislation like the South Carolina legislation, told CBS News that she opposes the bill.
The Congresswoman specifically cited its requirement for victims of sexual assault to report their crime to police before receiving an abortion.
Mace seemingly believes victims of crime should not report their crimes and that the lives of innocent children are not worthy of such commonsense requirements.
She would rather thousands of children be killed as some women just claim sexual assault, with no proof.
As she usually does when discussing the issue, Mace disgustingly used her own alleged rape and her failure to report it as a political ploy.
“I would not support this particular piece of legislation because of the police reporting requirements,” Mace said. “I’m a victim of rape myself. I was raped as a teenager at age 16. I couldn’t live with myself if I had to have it reported to police. Most rape victims do not report it. It’s an extremely traumatic experience. And to force that reporting to local sheriffs is wrong. It’s a non-starter.”
But Mace didn’t stop there.
Disgusting Nancy Mace continues to promote death
She also criticized the bill’s 12-week abortion limit for victims of rape and incest, and pointed out the bill requires that two doctors certify that exceptions have been met.
“It’s very difficult, especially those burdens on women and girls who’ve been raped or who are victims of incest,” Mace said. “That’s wrong. And that’s not where the majority of Americans are today, Republican or Democrat or independent. They’re not there with a six-week ban. They’re at 15 weeks. They’re at 20 weeks with exceptions.”
So according to Mace, continuing to allow the murder of children in 94% of the cases is what she calls Pro-Life.
Clearly the RINO from South Carolina has a severely warped view of what is Pro-Life and what is pro-murder.
UPDATE: A South Carolina judge issued a temporary injunction to the law after a lawsuit was filed by Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. The law will temporarily revert to a 20-week ban until the new law is taken up by the state Supreme Court.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.