What Pro Abortion Ghouls Just Did In California Is Absolutely Hateful! kristel March 27, 2022 Uncategorized It was just recently reported that the former wife of Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Mackenzie Scott has given much money to fund baby murder. Scott just made the largest-ever gift to the organization, Planned Parenthood. Now, California has a similar bill where they already require health insurance companies to cover abortions, however, according to an analysis by the California Health Benefits Review Program, insurers often still charge things like co-pays and deductibles that can add an average of $543 to the cost of medication abortion and $887 to the cost of a procedural abortion that is why on Tuesday. California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 245, a rule that forbids insurances from implementing co-pays, deductibles, and other cost-sharing for abortion services. Not only do they fund babies to be killed, but they also give a cheaper way of eliminating babies. California seems to have massive disdain for the unborn. California is eliminating out-of-pocket costs for abortion services, ensuring cost is not a barrier to accessing care. As states attempt to move us backwards by restricting fundamental reproductive rights, California continues to protect and advance reproductive freedom for all. pic.twitter.com/MGavA5l8Ir — Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) March 23, 2022 The Post Millenial reported: “This bill would prohibit a health care service plan or an individual or group policy or certificate of health insurance or student blanket disability insurance that is issued, amended, renewed, or delivered on or after January 1, 2023, from imposing a deductible, coinsurance, copayment, or any other cost-sharing requirement on coverage for all abortion and abortion-related services, as specified,” the bill states. It also prohibits health care plans from imposing “utilization management or utilization review on the coverage for outpatient abortion services.” “The bill would require that for a contract, certificate, or policy that is a high deductible health plan, the cost-sharing prohibition would apply once the enrollee’s or insured’s deductible has been satisfied for the benefit year,” it continued, adding that the bill would not cover experimental or investigational treatments. The bill is seen as a preemptive response if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, as the Associated Press noted. California has a similar bill, one of 14 proposals aimed at expanding and protecting access to abortion in the nation’s most populous state. The bills were inspired by a report from the Future of Abortion Council, a group Newsom convened last year to advise him about how to respond if Roe v. Wade is overturned. “We’re looking at 26 states that will introduce some sort of ban and restriction on abortion, so you have the other half of the country that will need to prepare for how we take care of those patients,” said Jodi Hicks, CEO and President of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California. “We’re all imagining and trying to prepare correctly for what that impact will be.” In the face of nationwide attacks on reproductive rights, CA has taken action to improve access to reproductive care by removing costly barriers. Thankful to @SenGonzalez_33 & @CaWomensCaucus for working to ensure all pregnant people are able to access the healthcare they need. https://t.co/iIKXZbLJqj — Jennifer Siebel Newsom (@JenSiebelNewsom) March 23, 2022 However, as Trending Politics pointed out, this adds to California’s troubling history of pushing abortion and eugenics: California has a long dark history of celebrating both abortion and eugenics. From the early 1900s through the 1970s, the state of California imposed sterilization on females who were regarded to be mentally ill or to have physical impairments, according to the state’s guidelines. According to some estimates, more than 20,000 inhabitants of California were sterilized during the Eugenics movement in the state. A report by CBS states that the most recent sterilizations happened in 2013, at which time the state of California sterilized over 144 women in jail using coercive techniques to achieve its sterilization goals. Crime, poverty, and overcrowding in cities were all problems in California during the early 1900s, so officials came up with the horrifying concept of sterilizing women who they feared would give birth to non-productive individuals and introduce them into society. More than 20,000 people were forced to undergo sterilization under California’s decades-long eugenics program. Now, the state is prepared to spend $7.5 million to find and pay surviving victims reparations. https://t.co/3duT1i0pIQ pic.twitter.com/zQeZsZXBNl — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 11, 2021 Here are some comments from folks online: “Newsom will give account to the Almighty for his actions. He just continues to build his list of offenses.” Newsome just signed-up for his eternity in HELL!!” “Baby killer” “Murder Cult™️strikes again.” “How does reproductive freedom = killing babies ?” The framing…look you’re gov do as you please but destroying a human, wiping it from existence, is the antithesis of “reproduction” it’s destruction.” “Another promoter of killing babies.” Thank you Gavin Newsome ! You’ve made it much easier to murder an unborn, innocent child. Too bad that didn’t happen with you !” “California has become the new Sodom and Gomorrah. Heaven help us.He will not unburden us from this rising inflation, yet will make tax payers pay for murder.. Disgusting” “Two shady ass adulterous humans, somehow in charge of things” “You’re using my tax dollars to fund abortions for “pregnant people”? State funds should be used, as much as possible, for the benefit of the community. You know – police, fire, schools, roads, etc. To save the life of the “mother” too. What’s next, state-funded sex changes?” “Acountablilty, responsibility, reason and morals have all left California.” Sources: Welovetrump, Trendingpolitics, Abcnews, Thepostmillennial Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.