Abortion Snitching Is Already Sending People to Jail - Ms. Magazine
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Celeste Burgessent was s to prison because she took abortion pills. In anti-abortion states, friends and community members are snitching.
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If murder is illegal, why do you support it? The women dying in childbirth are U.S. citizens, their unborn children are not. That’s way closer to murder than abortion, homie. I would also love to see your defense for why victims of rape need to carry an abuser’s child to term, but I’m sure you never thought that far because your logic stopped at “durr just don’t get pregnant!” If only your kind wasn’t also incredibly opposed to birth control, as well.

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Since when do only American lives matter?

Lives don’t matter to you at all.

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