The Texas Abortion Bill Just Took Effect

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You might not have heard any celebration about it, but the regime has taken some stunning losses this year. The Rainbow Empire retreating from Afghanistan was always going to be ugly. Most of the critics of the pullout are trying to make ending imperial wars for Mammon as psychologically painful as possible, and so they shout. No way around it: it’s a loss for Mammon.

The US was planning on using Ukraine as a springboard for destabilizing Russia. Back in March, Ukraine practically declared war on Russia, and sent troops to the Donbass expecting NATO support. Russia flew over some 300,000 paratroopers and dared the coup government in Ukraine to flinch, and flinch they did. Another forever war to legalize sodomy, averted.

The US is now pulling out of Syria as well. No more US-funded training camps for Antifa in feminist-ran “Rojava,” and no more “White Helmet” (al-Quaeda) militia getting government money…that we know of. Russia and Syria defended Christianity in that country, Radical Islam and Rainbow Globalism wanted it dead. A Syria pullout is another loss for Mammon.

Well, at home, right under their noses, the South just opened fire. Where Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Missouri all failed…Texas, strangely, has won.

From Live Action:

As of midnight on September 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court had not yet responded to an emergency appeal from abortion proponents to stop the Texas Heartbeat Act from going into effect, which protects preborn children from the first detectable heartbeat (around five to six weeks gestation). According to the Associated Press, at least 12 other states had previously passed legislation to protect children at the same point in gestation, none had been allowed to go into effect until now, making Texas the first state to successfully enforce such a law.

News outlets reported that abortion facilities in the state had stopped scheduling abortions past six weeks days in advance of the September 1 effective date. The AP noted, “Planned Parenthood is among the abortion providers that have stopped scheduling abortions beyond six weeks from conception.”

According to the emergency appeal, the law will “immediately and catastrophically reduce abortion access in Texas, barring care for at least 85 percent of Texas abortion patients (those who are six weeks pregnant or greater) and likely forcing many abortion clinics ultimately to close.” The University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Policy Evaluation Project estimates that about 80% of in-state abortions will be prevented. However, these estimates are not verifiable because Texas abortion data lumps abortions at eight weeks or earlier together. Data from Texas Health and Human Services shows that in 2020 there were 53,922 total abortions committed in Texas on Texas residents. Of those, 45,458 (about 84%) occurred eight weeks or less into the pregnancy. The Texas Heartbeat Act does not restrict abortion based on gestational age but on the detection of a fetal heartbeat using whatever method the abortionist deems appropriate — likely either an ultrasound or Doppler fetal heartbeat monitor. According to the law, “A physician does not violate this section if the physician performed a test for a fetal heartbeat as required […] and did not detect a fetal heartbeat.” This makes it difficult to determine how many abortions will be prevented, but it will likely be a large percentage, perhaps even greater than 85%.

Expect a Color Revolution in Texas. Whether it’s an Abortion Barbie (Wendy Davis, Taylor Swift) or someone like  Greg Ossoff or Matthew McConaughey (Abortion Ken?), we’re sure they’ve got something in the works, so be ready for Texas to get the Ukraine-Maidan treatment sometime soon.

Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, ora pro nobis!