The American Holocaust includes tens of millions of Americans who were murdered in the womb or, in some cases, after being born. Yet, now, the reprobates seeking to legalize what is unlawful have taken the mask off and you would expect it to come from California.
Weeks ago, Maryland introduced legislation that would decriminalize the murder of a child up to 28 days old. California followed with their own infanticide bill that would allow for the murder of a baby up to 7 days old.
Now, language in a bill might just provide that ability to murder your baby up to a year and be let off scot free.
The COVID Blog has the story, and be sure to pay attention to these smiling devils behind it.
SACRAMENTO — It’s too bad for Casey Anthony that her entire ordeal took place in 2008 Florida instead of 2022 California. She would have never been charged with murder. Anthony would also be hailed a “strong woman” and hero by female California lawmakers advocating for their own demise and that of their potential offspring.
The depopulation agenda is multi-layered and longitudinal. It started in the 1960s with concerted, coordinated efforts by government and mainstream media to destroy the nuclear family. Abortion was legalized in the 1970s. Birth control pills were ubiquitous by the 1980s. Homosexual culture was normalized by the late 1990s. But the process still was not moving fast enough for the powers-that-be. Enter so-called COVID-19.
California is, without question, the COVID dystopia capital of the United States and arguably the world. Granted some of the state’s largest cities are relaxing draconian COVID-19 policies as of late. But California is on the verge of becoming a permanent playground for Klaus Schwab and The Great Reset. The “Vaccine Work Group” consists of seven state lawmakers tasked with enacting permanent COVID-related laws. The group currently has at least nine proposed bills that, if passed, would make Australia and Canada look like Florida and Iowa. Some of the proposed laws include:
- Senate Bill 871 – all kids ages 0 to 17 must receive mRNA injections to attend child care and public school
- Senate Bill 1464 – all new COVID-related laws are enforced by cops.
- Assembly Bill 1993 – all workers in the state, both public and private sector, must be “fully vaccinated.” As of now, said law is on hold.
- Assembly Bill 2098 – revokes medical licenses of any doctors not in lockstep with the COVID-19 and vaccine agendas.
California is already experiencing an unprecedented exodus due to both high taxes and draconian laws. The state’s population will also continually decrease over the next 24 months due to vaccine carnage. But California has sank to new lows as far as morality, decency, and depopulation measures.
- Maryland Senate Bill 669 Legalizes Infanticide Up To 28 Days After Birth
- Nurse Admits Infanticide Occurs Routinely For Babies Who Survive Abortion Because Mothers “Don’t Want Them”
- If They Will Do This To These People, They Won’t Think Twice About Doing It To You! (Video)
- California Bill Would Allow Mothers To Murder Their Baby Up To 7 Days After Birth!
Future on Abortion Council and infanticide
The California Future on Abortion Council (“CA FAB”) was founded in September 2021. It is a collaboration between several Planned Parenthood branches, so-called women’s rights organizations, state lawmakers, and Governor Gavin Newsom. Among the non-Planned Parenthood collaborating organizations are Women’s Foundation California, the ACLU, and The Feminist Women’s Health Centers of California. CA FAB’s stated purpose is to turn California into an abortion sanctuary state.
The organization published 45 policy recommendations related to abortion this past December. The document includes a signed letter of support from President pro tempore of the California State Senate, Toni Atkins, D-San Diego.
Atkins is married to a woman and is part of the California Legislative LGBT Caucus. CA FAB has a disturbing checklist of legislative goals. The most egregious are Assembly Bill 2223 and Assembly Bill 1666.
Assembly Bill 2223
AB 2223 was introduced on February 15 by State Assembly Member Buffy Wicks, D-Oakland.
Wicks is best known for parading her newborn baby around like a movie prop in 2020 in an apparent attempt to look like a strong woman. AB 2223 states:
“This bill would delete the requirement that a coroner hold inquests for deaths related to or following known or suspected self-induced or criminal abortion, and would delete the requirement that an unattended fetal death be handled as a death without medical attendance. The bill would prohibit using the coroner’s statements on the certificate of fetal death to establish, bring, or support a criminal prosecution or civil cause of damages against any person.”
The other two provisions that combine for the crux of the bill read:
Notwithstanding any other law, a person shall not be subject to civil or criminal liability or penalty, or otherwise deprived of their rights, based on their actions or omissions with respect to their pregnancy or actual, potential, or alleged pregnancy outcome, including miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion, or perinatal death.
A person who aids or assists a pregnant person in exercising their rights under this article shall not be subject to civil or criminal liability or penalty, or otherwise be deprived of their rights, based solely on their actions to aid or assist a pregnant person in exercising their rights under this article with the pregnant person’s voluntary consent.
The law intentionally uses the legally and medically-ambiguous term “perinatal death.” The medical definition of perinatal death ranges from seven days to up to four weeks after birth. The legal definition of perinatal death spans up to a year after birth. Regardless, this new law would allow California women and those who travel to California, to kill their own babies in the first week and even first year after birth.
A defense attorney could easily defend a woman who kills a nine-month-old because of the ambiguous language in the law.
Assembly Bill 1666 and Senate Bill 1142
AB 1666 was introduced on January 19 by State Assembly Member Rebecca Bauer-Kahan.
Bauer-Kahan, D-San Francisco, is best known for authoring useless LGBT laws centered around pronouns. AB 1666, along with Senate Bill 1142, authored by State Senator Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, are the laws that would make California the abortion sanctuary of the world.
AB 1666, related to those who receive abortions or perform abortions, reads:
This bill would declare another state’s law authorizing a civil action against a person or entity that receives or seeks, performs or induces, or aids or abets the performance of an abortion, or who attempts or intends to engage in those actions, to be contrary to the public policy of this state.
If the United States Supreme Court overturns the protections under Roe v. Wade, people in over one-half of the states in the country, over 36,000,000 women and other people who may become pregnant, will lose access to abortion care.In December 2021, more than 40 organizations joined together to form the California Future of Abortion Council to identify barriers to abortion services and recommend proposals to support equitable and affordable access to abortion care for Californians and all who seek care in California.
As more patients come from out of state, abortion fund organizations, abortion providers, and other community-based organizations that offer practical support need financial support to meet the demand of people needing care.
In sum, California not only provides civil and criminal immunity for both abortion providers and partakers in the state, but also for those who travel to the state to receive or perform the procedures. California taxpayers would pay for said procedures.
Other states joining the baby killing party
California is not alone in this new infanticide trend. Senate Bill 669 was introduced in Maryland on February 4. The bill, dubbed “The Pregnant Person’s Freedom Act of 2022,” not only replaces the word “woman” with “person” as it relates to pregnancy, but also specifically states, “nothing in this section shall be construed to confer personhood or any rights on the fetus.” Further, the bill prohibits any form of investigation or penalty for a person “experiencing perinatal death related to a failure to act.”
Former Democrat Virginia Governor Ralph Northam made headlines in 2019 for promoting infanticide in his state. Northam, who is also a pediatrician, was asked during a radio interview if he supported abortion during an actual live birth. He said:
“If a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered and would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother.”
Infanticide is also supported at the federal level. Senate Democrats blocked the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act from coming to a vote in February 2019. Doctors who refused to treat any baby born alive would face five years in prison if the bill became law. Presidential candidates Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar, along with 41 other Democrats, blocked the bill from going to a vote.
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