Here we go again, another blog post about Donald Trump and why he is should not be taking the oath of office next January. But it must be done.
This time, it is about a topic that should be a private decision, but unfortunately, it is not: abortion.
First he says that women who have abortions should be punished. Then he says that it is not the woman who should be punished, but the medical professional who performed the abortion should be held legally responsible for the abortion.
First of all, when your President, once you make a decision and/or statement, there is no recanting or going back. You stick to your guns.
Secondly, this man not only is on his third marriage, but he has daughters and granddaughters. Let me offer this scenario: Donald Trump is elected President Of The United States (perish the thought, I know, but go with me for this, please) and he signs legislation on a bill that would not only nullify Roe V. Wade, but it would also send women and/or their doctors to jail for performing abortions.
Let’s say that a woman of child-birthing age within his personal circle is pregnant, but the doctors have determined that if the pregnancy continues to full term, they could not say with 100% certainty that the mother and/or the child will survive the birth. They abort the pregnancy to allow the woman to have other children in the future. The woman and/or her doctors are arrested and forced to stand trial for saving the life of the mother and any future children she may have.
If this is the future of our country, then I am more than a little scared.
I’m going to end this post with a video from the 2008 election, because it just as relevant today as it was then.
And the Republications wonder why 55% of female voters are voting for Hillary Clinton.