So if they bothered to read the bill (especially section 7 which excludes abortions as well as any actions from woman's side that might harm the fetus), there would be nothing in their list of "talking points" except a couple of suggestions to address domestic violence instead (as if any assault on a pregnant woman could qualify as domestic violence), some pathetic statements such as "victim’s families should not determine legal remedies" (sure, let's leave it to the bleeding-heart leftie activists) and - their ultimate argument:
11. People who help women self-abort could be prosecuted. If women try to self-abort and persuade someone to help them, the helper can be prosecuted under a fetal homicide law and suffer grave injustice.Now that's strange. For years the pro-aborts have been telling us that legal abortions are a must to ensure that women no longer have to turn to back-ally abortions. Remember all those coat-hanger signs? Well, now it turns out that back-alley abortions still exist. And, to make things worse, there are pro-abortion lobby groups that actually support them.
Otherwise why would they even raise that point? If anything - they should be concerned whether the exemption for legal abortions in section 7 would actually let back-alley butchers of the hook. (After all - there are currently no laws regulating abortions, thus it's often hard to distinguish between a back-alley abortion and a legal one.) Instead they refer to back-alley abortionists as "people who help women to self-abort" and they worry that they may face prosecution under the Unborn Victims Of Crime Act.
We've seen already that the pro-abortion movement has nothing to do with choice. Clearly, it has nothing to do with women's rights either. What they campaign for is abortion at all and any cost.