Rep. Alexandra Ocacio-Cortes accused of restricting the character of Twitter – and the skills of reading her critics – after being summoned for spreading misinformation about the recently aborted abortion in Alabama
The New York Democrat used the platform of social media for criticism The law, which was signed by the governor in Wednesday and bans almost all abortions in the state. The same law also makes abortion a serious offense punishable by up to 99 years or a life in prison if the mother's health is not at risk without exception for women infected with rape or incest.
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"Alabama lawmakers make all abortions a criminal punishment, including women, victims of rape + incest," wrote Ocazio -Cortes , no additional punishment for rapists. He is going to the table [Governor Kay Ivey’s]. She will decide on the future of women's rights in Alabama. "
Twit immediately called for conservative commentators who pointed out that the law was specifically aimed at suppliers of abortion and was designed not to punish women.
lie, "tweets Michelle Knowles of Daily Wire, citing a piece of the law that specifically deals with this issue. In addition, no doctor who confirms a serious risk to the mother's health can be held liable to criminal or civil liability for these actions, "the draft law said. About this tweet from @AOC is false, ̵
"This is a crime punishable by imprisonment, [including] cases of women, pregnant women, rape or incest. Twitter 280 [characters] – read contextual hints in tweet grammar ", – she wrote.
"It's good to know that you are here to help criminalize the healthcare workers who help the victims of rape and incest!
She also appealed to those who argued that women would not be charged with a crime, bearing in mind that they did not pay attention to the fact that healthcare workers could face accusations of abortion services.
A ban on abortion in Alabama has set fire to the whole country, while critics have argued that this is too far, whereas more conservative people say that the law is rightly directed to abortion providers
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has promised to file the court passed the first law on Tuesday approved by the state senate and reiterated the court's lawsuit on Wednesday. after a heartbeat appears already in six weeks of pregnancy. The law allows exceptions in the case of rape, incest, or if the mother's life is in danger.