Before New York enacted legislation, which allows to kill their unwanted baby right up to the time they would deliver. We, those of us on the pro-life side, had been told that this kind of thing would never happen. Despite their claim, such a thing would not happen; it did.
I think we have become so use to how the Social justice Warrior (SJW)/Progressives/ feminist side operates we knew this was untrue and had seen it coming. It was just a matter of when. When we warned of this, we were criticized for it. Being told that we are just crazy, or conspiracy theorist. Despite this, once again when dealing with SJWs they push things down the slippery slope as far as they can. In this case, it was the ability to legally execute an unborn child.
Knowing that they always push it another step further, I highly doubt it will end here. Because before New York even attempted to legalize the killing of our most vulnerable among us, many forms and chat rooms were full of people, especially famous, wanting to have the ability to terminate the life of an already born child due to things like disabilities or the mother financial situations.
So the question is not of they will push for it, but when? How do we stop it when we not even prevent New York from legislating death? They use the same tactics. They get us use to this new abortion law. Then they start claiming that its part of a women right to choose, telling us it’s better for the child because it somehow more cruel to the child. Perhaps using the excuse of Earth’s limited resources and therefore, the child might suffering and starve.
They will do this while calling anyone who objects, a bigot or women hater. Someone who’s trying to oppress women, trying to them. Which to me is odd because it’s mostly women who fight against abortion, not men. Sure, male politician do enact legislation to stop abortion, but they’re doing it at the behalf of their female voters who they are representing. Nonetheless, they will do this as an attempt to demonize men wear at the same time trying to make it look like this is about women and not the child.
So, just wait, this is next. The question is, when?