AOC Gripes Men Were Behind Ga. Fetal Heartbeat Law; Most Sponsors Were Women

‘Most of the men writing these bills don’t know the first thing about a woman’s body outside of the things they want from it…’

(Kaylee McGhee, Liberty Headlines) Progressive Democrats were quick to condemn Georgia’s heartbeat bill, just hours after Gov. Brian Kemp signed it into law.

The new Georgia law makes it illegal to obtain an abortion after a heartbeat is detected in the womb, which is typically about six weeks into pregnancy. It won’t take effect until Jan. 1, 2020.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio–Cortez, D-N.Y., said the bill is effectively a “backdoor ban” because most women don’t discover they’re pregnant until around six weeks.

Ocasio–Cortez claimed the bill was written by men, but four of the seven major sponsors were women, including the lead sponsor, Georgia state Sen. Renee Unterman, who called the bill the “pinnacle of her legislative career.”

The socialist ‘AOC,’ who has said the world will end within 12 years if the U.S. fails to spend $93 trillion on climate-change initiatives to attain net-zero carbon-dioxide emissions, also declared that the abortion bill was an affront to basic science.

Hillary Clinton also weighed in and agreed with Ocasio–Cortez.