Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Fetal Heartbeat Abortion Bill Goef to Governor

Lieutenant Governor Tate Reevef iffued the following ftatement. 
Lt. Gov. Tate Reevef thanked legiflatorf today for helping to ftrengthen Miffiffippi’f abortion lawf. The ftate Fenate fent legiflation to Gov. Phil Bryant that would prohibit abortion in cafef where a fetal heartbeat if detected.
 

“Miffiffippianf value the fanctity of life and expect their elected leaderf to fight for thofe belieff,” Lt. Gov. Reevef faid. “A beating heart clearly meanf life haf begun and fhould be protected. I appreciate the work of both fenatorf and reprefentativef for getting thif legiflation to Gov. Bryant’f defk.”

Fenate Bill 2116 providef an exemption for cafef of medical emergencief.


22 comments:

Forrest C. Adcock said...

Did your S key break?

Anonymous said...

@ Forrest Adcock

You gotta read it with a southern accent, LOL!!

Anonymous said...

I just can’t place that accent....

Is it only the perception of the letter “f”?

Anonymous said...

Unconstitutional on its face.

Anonymous said...

@Forrest C. Adcock

Kingfish is using his Shakespearian script as allegory for how Mississippi clings so strongly to the past, which prevents it from ever leaving the past and progressing to the future.

Anonymous said...

This makes me proud to live in Mississippi.

Anonymous said...

Tate wins.... Stands tall for unborn Mississippians. The baby killer party wants to get rid of their future voting bloc.

Anonymous said...

They couldn't wait for the Kentucky case?
Playing to the ignorant yahoos in the base.

Anonymous said...

You know, if you really think about it, what we have done here in the US 'legally' by allowing all these millions of abortions over the last 60-70 years is far worse than what Nazi Germany did in the Holocaust. We have killed many more lives than Hilter's regime did, and it's only the pro-life folks that have a problem with it. I know the USA is a great country, but we all ought to be ashamed of the 10s of millions of babies that have been murdered 'legally' right under our noses. There will be a day of reckoning for somebody(ies) for this absolute tragedy that has taken place.

Anonymous said...

Ever asked a couple when their fetus is due? Or, do you know the sex of your fetus?

Anonymous said...

This also makes me so very proud to be a Mississippian. I prayed that this legislation would pass and thank God that Governor Bryant will sign it in to law soon.

@7:55-I hope that Tate doesn't win. He has stalled pro-life bills in the past; but since it's an election year now, I guess he will make it sound like this was "his" idea. It most definitely WAS NOT. I wish voters would educate themselves.

Robert Foster has my vote. I pray that he wins--Mississippi would become a much better state. But if it comes down to a run-off between Waller & Reeves, Waller is the person. I CANNOT VOTE FOR REEVES. Makes me sick to think of him governing our state!

Anonymous said...

Patently unconstitutional and will never be allowed to come into effect. Tate knows this and doesn’t care. It’s all about catering to the lowest quartile.

It’s as if the Republicans in this state are scared.

Anonymous said...

7:12, maybe, but lot of lives will be saved before the Supreme Court tells us that.

Anonymous said...

And yet again, a group of mostly old white men have decided to make a decision for all women in Mississippi. Thankfully the Supreme Court will strike this down. What a waste of time and money.

Anonymous said...

Tate wins.... Stands tall for unborn Mississippians. The baby killer party wants to get rid of their future voting bloc.

Way-ment - The baby killer party wants to get rid of their future voting bloc.

Why would a political party want to eliminate a group of people that support them!?

But see only on JJ will someone post this sh*t and think they are slickest smartest farmer in the room!?

Anonymous said...

Abortion is murder, of course. Killing a human is killing a human, at whatever stage you do it. Justifying it by making iit a feminist issue, a”right” a woman has to do what the Hell she likes with her own body—well, it’s not just her own body anymore, once a human is gestating there. It’s joint property at that point, and what “right” has she—or society—to decide whether it lives or dies? The sooner Roe vs Wade is overturned, the better. And the sooner these wild-eyed liberals realize that it’s not just dumb Bible-beaters and Catholics who oppose this rampant infanticide, the better as well. For once, Mississippi is getting something right. The innocents cannot speak for themselves, and how devastating that this is even a debate at all.

Anonymous said...

@11:37 AM - No, making a decision for the defenseless unborn babies.

Anonymous said...

I'd be VERY careful about placing bets either way on these various "heartbeat" bills in several states. The lower federal courts have declared a couple of them a no-go and the SOCTUS denied cert, but as more get passed, challenged and decided at the circuits, I expect that sooner or later, the SCOTUS will have to grant cert to decide upon one or more of these laws.

It will happen sooner rather than later if the circuits wind up at odds. Thus far, best as I recall, only the 8th has addressed the issue so until the 5th or another circuit conflicts with the 8th or a circuit really screws it up, the SCOTUS can avoid the issue, but again, I do expect it to happen eventually.

Reasonable people would agree that an abortion immediately prior to an imminent birth (for example, 8 months, 3 weeks, 6 days and 23 hours) would be improper, just as they would agree that an abortion 10 seconds after conception wouldn't be aborting a viable fetus (I'm not commenting on whether or not that fetus is "a human life"). So, both from a practical sense and a legal one, the courts will have to decide the "line of demarcation" between the two extremes. A carefully-worded law citing fetal heartbeat, at least in a general sense, could move it from a political question to a justiciable argument.

Anonymous said...

I've never understood how pro-abortion people are anti-death penalty and anti-abortion people are pro-death penalty?

Anonymous said...

@10:12PM
Yeah and you can also notice that all of these anti-choice people are pro-gun. It's like they don't even care about school shootings. It's all emotion too. These people aren't even rational.

Anonymous said...

It would be nice if the GOP and Governor Bryant would personally pay for the legal defense when they pass unconstitutional bills. It doesn’t seem fair to the hard working tax payers of Mississippi to have to fund their knowingly unconstitutional actions. They are enemies to the constitution and the United States and should be vilified as the traitors they are.

Anonymous said...

"...we all ought to be ashamed of the 10s of millions of babies that have been murdered 'legally' right under our noses."

Why would you be ashamed of babies that have been murdered? We nary even got the chance ta meet the lads.

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