Radical pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave an interview to the New York Times over the weekend in which she discussed the recent ruling that overturned Texas’ law that required abortion facilities meet the same basic standards of health care that other outpatient surgical facilities would. The argument for overturning the law held that it would force the closure of the vast majority of abortion facilities in Texas.
“I wanted to highlight the point that it was perverse to portray this as protecting women’s health,” she said of the challenged requirements. “Desperate women then would be driven to unsafe abortions.”
Why were the only two options keeping open the facilities as they were or closure? What about the third option of making the facilities, you know, safe? Would we accept the same argument for hospitals in general? “We can’t require hospitals to follow basic medical standards for safety because they’ll have to close and people will go to witch doctors.”
When it comes to abortion every bit of common sense goes right out the window.