Remember, ladies, we’re just hosts. We should let ourselves die if it means a man might get a son.
The Montana Senate has passed a bill that would effectively ban abortions at 24 weeks, even if the mother’s life is in danger, by requiring doctors to try to deliver the fetus alive.
The legislation, approved by senators on Thursday, establishes fetal viability at 24 weeks and threatens doctors with a felony if they perform an abortion for any reason after that point in a woman’s pregnancy. If abortion is necessary to save a woman’s life, doctors are required to either deliver the fetus by caesarian section or induce labor, even if those are not the best medical options for the woman’s health, and then try to resuscitate the baby*.
*Fetus. It is a fetus and they count for more than us. Doctors would be legally required to butcher us in order to make sure this precious fetus has a chance at survival, even if that chance is about 0.00001%.