The Commonwealth of Virginia Can Now Insert Things in Your Lady Parts

If you want to exercise your constitutional right to an abortion in Virginia, the Commonwealth will force you to undergo an invasive, medically unnecessary trans-vaginal ultrasound.  If you refuse to have a probe inserted in your vagina because some crazy people have taken over your legislature, you will not be able to have an abortion.

This is glaringly unconstitutional, but until the law is struck down, women will be forced to endure the outrage and expense of this procedure, which also carries a risk of infection.

The government needs a warrant to enter your home, but your vagina?  Not so much.


3 comments on “The Commonwealth of Virginia Can Now Insert Things in Your Lady Parts

  1. Harris Jordan, Esquire says:

    Thomas Jefferson, a Virginian before anything else, would be spinning in his grave if he knew how the legislature of his home state has devolved.

    Abortion, notwithstanding its legal prohibition in Jefferson’s day, has has a litigious history and is settled law. Jefferson was a forward thinker and author of the U.S. Constitution. He would be ashamed of this legislature.

  2. The GOP certainly has gone too far with this. I’m afraid they’re creating a lot of angry voters, and I’m sure that’s not what they meant to do. I can find no consistency in their positions about
    being anti-abortion (but pro death penalty) while also wanting contraception to be not too readily available.

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