NY Gov. Signs Laws Leading State Towards ‘Sanctuary’ For Women Seeking Abortion

Unelected New York Democrat Governor Kathy Hochul has been pushing hard for gun control measures in her state in the wake of the Uvalde, Texas, massacre. Now she is aiming to lead her party in protection for abortion providers.

On Monday, Hochul signed a package of bills into law just ahead of an expected Supreme Court ruling that could overturn the Roe v. Wade decision.

As the New York Post reported, the six bills that were signed into law by Hochul are intended to turn New York into a sanctuary for women from out-of-state who are seeking abortions.

For instance, one of the new laws will ban the authorities in New York from cooperating with out-of-state probes into lawful abortions.

One of the laws will make it easier for abortion providers to conceal their addresses. While another restricts medical malpractice insurance companies from targeting providers based on complaints from other states.

“The sky is on the verge of falling, literally, in the next week or two that is a very real possibility. And that’s why we’re here today,” Hochul said during a press conference at Copper Union in Manhattan.

“This is the United States of America, where freedom and liberty are supposed to mean something It’s the rock upon which we are founded … except in the eyes of some neanderthals who say women are not entitled those rights,” she continued.

 “Abortion rights mean little without abortion access,” the Gov. added. “The women of New York will never be subjugated to government mandated pregnancies because that’s what will ensue if Roe v Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court.”

The use of the word “neanderthals” comes directly from the Democrat playbook, as Hochul is intentionally trying to smear any opposition to her new measures. We see examples of this all the time, but recently saw Hochul go this route when she signed sweeping new gun control measures into law, including social media monitoring.

“In the state of New York, we’re now requiring social media networks to monitor and report hateful conduct on their platforms,” Gov. Kathy Hochul said in a June 6 news conference.

Of course, by “hateful,” Hochul means companies like Twitter and Facebook must report the content her party deems “offensive.” Which is all speech that is not politically correct in other words.

It’s clear that Hochul is operating in a way intended to inspire other Democratic states to follow suit. She has routinely called on other Governors to look at New York as a beacon example of what good policy looks like. And has demonized all those who oppose her laws.

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