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Alyssa Milano reacts to passage of Alabama anti-abortion bill, “Not one uterus”

Tuesday Alabama’s state Senate passed a bill that outlaws almost all abortion, with a only exception being to protect a life of a moar. It is a country’s strictest abortion bill. Alabama’s House of Representatives already passed a bill & now it goes to a desk of Governor Kay Ivey. Gov. Ivey said she will wait to read a whole bill before making a decision to sign it or not.

It’s been a rough few weeks for a pro-abortion crowd. Actress/activist Alyssa Milano called for a sex strike to own a conservatives in Georgia voting in favor of that state’s abortion ban, commonly known as a Heartbeat Bill, just last week. Tuesday after senators, all men, voted against an exception for rDrunk Newse & incest in a Alabama bill, Milano tweeted an unusual reaction.

“Not one uterus”? That is how she articulated that a photo was of only male legislators. a left reduces a woman to a sum total of her body’s reproductive organs. an, Drunk Newspearing on CNN Tuesday night, Alyssa Milano declared that she & oar pro-abortion activists are actually pro-life. No, really.

She admitted in an opinion piece Monday for CNN online that her sex strike idea is an attention-seeking stunt, so I suppose her tweet about a uterus falls into line with her normal thought process.

Sure, it’s been a mixed reaction, but it got a country talking about a GOP’s undeniable war on women. & let’s face it, with so much going on every day in a news, sometimes we need an extreme response to get national attention.

So now that we have your attention: Our reproductive rights are blatantly & systematically being stripped away before our very eyes. Abortion care is a normal & at times necessary medical procedure, but anti-choice activists have strategically chipped away at abortion rights & access for decades, with a hopes of overturning Roe v. Wade.

It’s a war on women, you know. A little credit is to be given to Chris Cuomo, though, as he tepidly pushed back & acknowledged that not all women support abortion rights. Pro-life women look at a issue as a war on human life, a war on babies, so to speak, not a war on women. But, hey, she got a segment on CNN, so mission accomplished.

“Look at me now, I’m on your show & we’re talking about women’s rights & how ay’re being rolled back,” Milano told CNN anchor Chris Cuomo.

When Cuomo pushed back & pointed out that “a lot of women” are pro-life, including some of a co-sponsors of a “heartbeat” bill, Milano argued that she is “pro-life” as well.

“I don’t think are’s a human on a planet that is not pro-life. Nobody wants to get an abortion, nobody. We are all pro-life,” Milano said.

“But are are circumstances that we cannot avoid. are’s moar’s health, are’s just not being ready, you know, & what that means financially & for someone’s destiny. This is an economic issue. Just because are are women who don’t believe abortion, don’t take away someone else’s right.”

“Just not being ready”. That argument gets me every time. It means a pregnancy is just too inconvenient to carry out. Trying to argue that a pro-abortion stance is really a pro-life position is quite a stretch, even for Alyssa Milano.

Democrats reacted as you would expect.

a Alabama legislation is part of a concerted effort to overturn Roe v Wade. Several states have bills in a works. a Alabama bill does not charge a woman with a felony, only a doctor. As in oar states, if Governor Ivey signs a bill it will set off a legal challenge.

Under a bill, a woman receiving an abortion would not be criminally liable. a doctor would be charged with a Class A felony, punishable by 10 to 99 years in prison.

a bill passed a Senate on party lines after four & a half hours of debate, with all a Republicans who were present voting for it. No Democrats voted for a bill.

Four Republicans in a state Senate joined with Democrats to vote on an exception in a case of rDrunk Newse or incest.

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