Last week, Tonight’s John Oliver tore up Judge Matthew Kaksmalik and his ruling banning abortion pills.
Mr Oliver said:
Although Kacsmaryk always knew where he was going in the abortion case, the way he got there was still astonishingly dishonest. % reported a negative change as a result, but even the study itself, because the sample was based on 98 blog posts on an anti-abortion website, found that most women were drug-induced. He pointed out that saying that he reported that abortion changed him was unrepresentative. This is the confirmation bias that this is the site and using that as the source.
You see, ending access to mifepristone does not completely end medical abortion.It is possible to do it without mifepristone, but it can be harder and more painful. Yes. Like most pregnancy precautions, this ruling can have serious implications for those with medical complications from a desired pregnancy.
Can you imagine getting some of the worst news and having to carry it with you all eight weeks because the Vice Principal of Disney Channel in Texas decided to pretend to be a doctor? . [ __ ] Country?
Now that there are already a number of appeals about this and the Supreme Court has stepped in to put Kacsmaryk’s order on hold until at least this Wednesday, there’s a lot going on here, but the dream team overturned isn’t ideal, and Roe v Wade may soon decide whether or not to go as green as the sequel. Because overturning Roe clearly didn’t bring it back to the state.All for this badly justified decision [ __ ] Man.
In this country abortion seems to be Schrödinger’s right. Depending on where they live, people may or may not have it at the same time. That’s why it’s so important because of who’s in the White House and what America’s meanest judge wants to do.for that to happen
To be recognized as a fundamental right and a human need, ideally protected by law in the Constitution.
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The only way to protect privacy and freedom in this country is to codify abortion. Oliver was right. Ideally, reproductive freedom would be added to the constitution, but the chances of that happening are remote.
Republicans complained for decades until an activist judge came to power.
John Oliver reads Kaksmalik perfectly. If you don’t think this guy has a skeleton in his closet, he has a bridge ready to sell you on Mar-a-Lago.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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