A Georgia Democrat has filed a bill to regulate men’s testicles in response to a recent abortion bill.
Democratic state Rep. Dar’shun Kendrick claims that she should be able to regulate men’s body parts the “same” way abortion bills regulate women’s bodies… despite that her assumption is nowhere near a logical reading of the facts.
This fool Democrat’s bill would regulate when men would be allowed to, say, take Viagra, or even purchase a sex toy.
Another idiotic portion of this joke legislation would force men to pay child support months before his partner’s baby is even born.
Of course, this nutcase does not expect this nonsense to be made law, but what she is doing is pushing a satirical bill to raise her points.
“You want our wombs? We’re coming for your testicles,” Kendrick tweeted Tuesday.
Ggggooooodddd morning! Introducing my "testicular bill of rights" legislative package. You want some regulation of bodies and choice? Done! pic.twitter.com/5E8HBRSc9l
— Dar'shun Kendrick (@DarshunKendrick) March 11, 2019
As Daily Caller reports:
Her bill is a reaction to the Georgia House’s approval of a bill in March that seeks to ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. The bill makes exceptions in cases where the mother’s life is in danger and allows for abortions in cases of rape and incest, but only if a woman files a police report.
Kendrick called the fetal heartbeat abortion bill “a case to test Roe v. Wade,” The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
Of course, this clown admits that her bill will never pass and that it is only a stunt.
But the fact is, her stunt is all just childishness because there are no parallels at all between regulating abortion and regulating men’s testicles.
A man’s testicles are not a separate life that need protecting. On the other hand, a fetus is a living human that needs protection from liberals who love nothing better than to murder them in the womb.
A fetus is not part of a woman’s body.
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