Recently, Oklahoma was sued by a band of abortion rights proponents, clinics, and advocacy groups looking to halt state legislation restricting abortions from being enacted, the Associated Press reported.

Republican Governor Kevin Stitt signed the legislation, due to take effect November 1, into law in April this year.

Well, that’s just a straight jab in the face for these Pro-Abortion ghouls.

The lawsuit was filed in an Oklahoma City state district court Thursday. Under the law, performing an abortion would be designated as “unprofessional conduct,” and a doctor’s license could be in danger of being revoked.

All doctors who administer abortions would be required to have board certification in obstetrics and gynecology. Additionally, the procedure would be prohibited in cases where a fetal heartbeat can be detected, and the law stipulates that any doctor who performs an abortion past the threshold would be committing homicide.

Similar legislation took effect in Texas Wednesday after being signed by Gov. Greg Abbott in May. The Texas law prohibits patients from receiving abortions after six weeks, or when a fetal heartbeat can be detected.

This has been a very huge step for the Governor of Oklahoma.

He said, “I promised Oklahomans I would sign every piece of pro-life legislation that came across my desk, It’s an honor to be the most pro-life governor in the country and I will always step up to protect the lives of unborn children.”

Kudos, Governor Kevin Stitt. Can you be Biden’s mentor in keeping his promise?

Sources: News Max, The Hill

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