California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), like all of his kind, has been outspoken about his belief in the right to end the life of an unborn child.
California already allows abortions up until a fetus has the ability to survive outside the mother’s womb. Amazingly enough, fourteen other states have the same law in place.
Now, the insatiable former Lt. Gov. has his sights set on eliminating even more abortion restrictions.
Abortion Bill 2223, introduced by member of the California Assembly Buffy Wicks, calls to remove the current infanticide law, which would make it legal to kill a baby within a year of birth.
If passed, the legislation would do away with the obligation for county coroners to investigate perinatal deaths “related to or following known or suspected self-induced or criminal abortion.”
In other words, AB 2223 would make it illegal for coroners to investigate suspicious newborn deaths. That’s a fancy way of saying the lives of children under the age of one year no longer matter in the state of California.
The bill also offers protection for those who leave newborns to die following failed abortion procedures.
If Gavin Newsom signs the law into effect, and we know he will, it would legalize infanticide up to 28-days after birth.
To keep the record straight, AB 2223 is ensuring no prosecution in clear-cut murder cases while simultaneously eliminating the obligation to investigate any other suspicous infant deaths 12 months post-birth.
Newsom, who would be better suited doing Pomade ads than running California, has been airing campaign ads in the free state of Florida.
“Freedom is under attack in your state,” he says in the ad. “ I urge all of you to join the fight, or join us in California, where we still believe in freedom.”
Imagine having the gaul to say that on television while your own voters flee your state by the thousand in search of a better life in Mexico.
The “California Exodus,” as it’s been dubbed, led to the relocation of 360,000 Californian’s in 2021.
Gavin Newsom’s utter lack of self-awareness is almost too much to bear.