Manhattan Infidel Answers Your Questions About New York State’s Reproductive Health Act

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On the 46th anniversary of Roe v Wade, New York’s warm and cuddly governor Andrew “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse” Cuomo signed into law the Reproductive Health Act. Among other provisions the Reproductive Health Act permits abortions up to the moment of birth. It also allows non-medical personnel to perform abortions.

Since there are many questions about this law the Worldwide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel™ have decided to answer all of your questions.

  • What does this new law do?

The new law allows a health care practitioner to perform an abortion after the set 24-week cutoff established in state law if the practitioner determines the baby will not be able to live a viable life or determines an abortion is necessary to protect the mother’s life.

  • I see. So abortions are now legal in New York after 24 weeks of pregnancy?

Yes. Abortions can be performed anytime, anywhere, any place because in, New York State, we care.

  • What is a viable life?

Going to college, getting a liberal arts degree, getting a six figure job and voting Democrat.

  • Well that makes sense. I certainly wouldn’t want children who would grow up to be deplorables. That’s not a viable life. So anyone can perform an abortion now?

Yes. Abortion is one of the safest medical procedures in the United States. There is almost a 98 percent success rate. When a woman decides to empower herself by having an abortion she can be assured that the fetal tissue shall become non-viable.

  • What happens to the two percent of fetal tissue that accidentally survives an abortion?

Ah yes. The stubborn two percent who insist on being born alive. It used to be that they were entitled to doctors and medical procedures to ensure survival. This law changes that. We have progressively modified the New York’s definition of murder. It used to include abortion after 24 weeks as murder. But now all mention of abortion has been struck from New York state homicide law. So if stubborn fetal tissue survives it may be disposed of without fear of arrest.

  • Wow. That is progressive!  I am so proud to live in such a progressive state.

Orange man bad!

  • I have a ten year old nephew who likes to play with vacuum cleaners. Under the new law can he perform abortions?

If your nephew feels that the mother’s life is in danger or the fetal tissue is non-viable he can perform an abortion up to the moment of birth.

  • Excellent!  I like to see him put his hobbies to practical use!

That’s right. Just tell him to grab the vacuum cleaner and shove that nozzle up the mother’s vagina. Teach him the importance of progressive values.

  • Orange man bad!

Orange man bad!

  • One last question. I’ve noticed commentary from non-progressives, what we call deplorables, lamenting this new law and calling it an abomination. What can be done to silence those who aren’t as progressive as Governor Cuomo?

Our progressive governor is working on a final solution as we speak. Soon all deplorables shall be sent by rail cars to work camps to be weaned off their non-progressive ideology. Work shall set you free!

  • Thank you for answering all of my questions.

To paraphrase the progressive negro Louis Armstrong, what a wonderful progressive state we live in.

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