WIN! Ohio Moves to Criminalize Abortion of Down Syndrome Babies. Here's How...
Little children can be as obnoxious as Amy Schumer at a standup show. Where she educates the audience via a prop of a giant vajayjay. But we still love them. The kids, not Amy. Aborting children with Down syndrome has long been a practice of the left. Even though they totally "love" the invalids among us. Ableists.
Ohio has moved to make it illegal to abort babies with Down syndrome.
Lawmakers voted 20-12 in favor of the law, which criminalizes abortion if the physician has knowledge that the procedure is being sought due to a diagnosis of Down syndrome, a genetic disorder caused when abnormal cell division results in an extra full or partial copy of chromosome 21.
Doctors would lose their medical licenses in the state and face a fourth-degree felony charge under the law if they were to perform an abortion with that knowledge. Mothers would not face criminal charges.
The bill makes Ohio the third state to pass a law outlawing abortions due to fetal anomalies. Similar laws were passed in Indiana and North Dakota.
This is a huge victory for the people of Ohio. Especially the Downs people of Ohio. Who at least have a measure of protection laid into this law. An extra chromosome shouldn't be a death sentence for anyone. Just because a person isn't as perfect as someone would like them to be in utero doesn't mean that person should be chop shopped like pre-canned tuna. This idea of "It's okay to kill it because I can't see it right now" drives us all nuts. Murder is murder, even if the person isn't as large as you, in the same physical space, or is less "developed" than you are.
Remember, the same people who think it's fine to snuff a Downs baby want to pander to the handicapped. "Handicapped" being a term they can change at will, depending on the agenda. This is the same left pushing "body positivity" but are only positive about cascading stomach rolls. Pass the mousse.
Really, the left just cares about their own selfish needs. A child with Downs syndrome might wrinkle their life plans.
~Co-written by Courtney Kirchoff and Nichole Cooper