(Natural News) A female professor at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) is proposing the construction of a new floating abortion clinic in the Gulf of Mexico to bypass state-level abortion bans throughout the South.
Meg Autry, who is also an obstetrician and gynecologist at Mount Zion Women’s Health Center, says she came up with the idea while pondering ways to help women in southern “red” states who want to murder their unborn children but who no longer have that option thanks to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Much like a floating riverboat casino, Autry’s floating abortion clinics would reside in federal water outside the reach of state laws. The boats would offer first trimester surgical abortions, contraceptives, and other “care,” according to local news reports.
“There’s been an assault on reproductive rights in our country and I’m a lifelong advocate for reproductive health and choice,” Autry told The Associated Press (AP). “We have to create options and be thoughtful and creative to help people in restrictive states get the health care they deserve.”
Leftist women are trying to outdo each other in who can come up with the most exotic locales for abortion tourism
Autry is unwilling to put her own money where her mouth is, of course. So naturally she has put together a fundraiser for the project, which she is strangely calling “PRROWESS,” short for “Protecting Reproductive Rights Of Women Endangered by State Statutes.”
Once the money is raised, pregnant women from states like Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas where abortion is now partially or fully banned can sail away to the abortion riverboat to sacrifice their unborn children.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren is probably thrilled to hear the news, seeing as how she, too, came up with an idea for abortion teepees in America’s national parks.
These deranged leftist women have only one thing on their mind, and that one thing is abortion through any means possible. In Autry’s case, she is confident that her abortion riverboat concept will be a success, legally speaking.
“This is closer and faster access for some people, particularly for working people that live in the southernmost part of these states,” she is quoted as saying.
For now, Autry’s idea is still in the conceptual phase as she still has many details to figure out, including how pregnant women will get to the ship in order to go under the knife.
“After the U.S. banned horse slaughter, it’s commonly known in horse rescue groups that they’d buy the horses at U.S. auctions, take them to a port, load them on a slaughter ship, take them out into international waters where they weren’t regulated by U.S. law and slaughter the horses on that ship,” wrote a commenter to another news story about Autry’s abortion riverboat idea.
“This is just a new slaughter ship in international waters, only instead of slaughtering horses they’ll be slaughtering babies. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, there are two small areas in the Gulf of Mexico that are international waters.”
Another wrote how strange, yet fully expected, it is that leftists – and particularly leftist women – have a “compulsive behavior to kill unborn children.”
“This is a special kind of evil,” this commenter added about the likes of Autry.
“Have you ever seen the left work so hard to find a solution (work-around) to anything?” asked another. “It’s like they won’t be able to survive if they can’t kill babies any time and any place they want to.”
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