You got to feel strange:
After several hours of contentious debate, the Alabama Senate tonight voted 25-6 to pass what many say will be the strictest abortion ban in the nation. The controversial abortion bill all but bans the procedure in the state. The bill would make it abortion a felony in Alabama, setting up what could be the country’s strictest anti-abortion law. A similar measure has already passed the Republican-controlled House but controversy erupted last week in the Senate after an attempt to add amendments that would allowed exceptions for victims of rape or incest.
Say this for these guys, they aren’t polished enough to avoid saying the quiet parts loud:
The fact that they can’t even pretend to care about fertilized eggs dying if they can’t control a woman’s sexuality really does say it all. Also note that under this law women are simultaneously responsible for an alleged violent felony punishable by life in prison but are subject to no legal sanction at all, because the state does not view them as moral agents. This law is, quite simply, the work of legislators who don’t view women as people.
The overruling of Roe will not revert many states to the pre-Roe status quo. It will be much worse.