Staatsfahne von Kalifornien, versehen mit Regenstreifen, aufgenommen in Castro Street in San Francisco. Via Wikimedia Commons.

California already kills about 154,000 unborn children per year, and Gavin Newsom is determined to make it much worse.

Newsom touted the false claim that women would be punished for their abortions. “An alarming number of states continue to outlaw abortion and criminalize women, and it’s more important than ever to fight like hell for those who need these essential services.” In reality, most pro-life laws don’t punish women for having abortions. They only prosecute the individuals who perform the abortion.

“Our Legislature has been on the frontlines of this fight, and no other legislative body in the country is doing more to protect these fundamental rights — I’m proud to stand with them again and sign these critical bills into law.” Newsom proudly proclaims that he made California the state most supportive of murdering children before they even breathe.

One of the worst laws among the new bunch potentially allows infanticide.

From the Daily Wire:

Assembly bill 2223 would prohibit coroners from holding an inquest after fetal death “related to or following known or suspected self-induced or criminal abortion.” The bill would further clarify under the Reproductive Privacy Act that pregnancy loss — through miscarriage, stillbirth, abortion, or perinatal death due to causes that occurred in utero — would not be criminalized.

… State Sen. Melissa Melendez (R-Lake Elsinore), who has pressed Wicks since introducing it in the state legislature, called the bill a “grotesque callousness toward the unborn.”

“With Newsom’s signing of AB 2223 if you attempt to abort your baby but it’s born alive, you can now let it die or kill it and no one can investigate the death or hold the woman/person who helped her criminally liable,” Melendez said in a tweet. “ This is grotesque callousness toward the unborn.”

One of the bills also allows first trimester abortions without doctoral supervision. One also bans authorities and technology companies from helping law enforcement in pro-life states investigate and prevent abortions.

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