The War on Women

A by-blow of Our Pussy-Grabber in Chief’s moral Alzheimer’s is the renewed surge in The War on Women.

From Wyoming, the Land Civilization Forgot:

CHEYENNE — Two of three bills that could restrict abortion in Wyoming have been assigned to the Senate Agriculture committee, prompting one critic to question why they aren’t going to the group of lawmakers debating health issues.
A third abortion bill is going to the Senate Labor, Health and Social Services Committee, the group of lawmakers that typically reviews such legislation.

The three bills have already passed the House.

“I have not spoken to the Senate president yet, but the clear message that seems to be resonating around the Capitol is, are women livestock?” said Aimee Van Cleave, executive director of the Wyoming Democratic Party.

That’s right, livestock.

Wyoming: We Treat Cattle Right!

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For this next item, let’s head south (of course), down Oklahoma way…

A US politician has said pregnant women are “hosts” whose bodies no longer belong to them once they are “irresponsible” enough to have sex. 

Justin Humphrey, an Oklahoma state legislator, has introduced a bill that would force women seeking an abortion to get written consent from the foetus’ father. 

Justifying the proposed law change, the Republican said one of the “breakdowns in our society” is that men are “excluded” from “these types of decisions”. 

“I understand that they feel like that is their body,” he told The Intercept. “I feel like it is a separate – what I call them is, is you’re a ‘host.’ And you know when you enter into a relationship you’re going to be that host and so, you know, if you pre-know that then take all precautions and don’t get pregnant.

Down there in Oklahoma women don’t even rate as cattle; they’re just “hosts.”

What was it Atwood said?

“We are two-legged wombs, that’s all: sacred vessels, ambulatory chalices.” ~ The Handmaid’s Tale

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