DOJ Floats Brilliant Plan to Fund out-of-State Abortions for Fed Employees, and I Have Thoughts – Opinion

The people who run the Department of Justice’s Gender Equity Network (DOJ GEN) are triggered by the potential overturn of Roe V. WadeThey are calling for action to address the issue.

An employee group from the Department of Justice (DOJ), is asking for paid time to be able to travel outside of abortion centers.

No matter what pro-abortion witness is trying to claim, men cannot become pregnant.

We can therefore assume that the majority of this DOJ GEN board is made up of women. This assumption is confirmed by the signatures at the bottom the DOJ GEN letter.

This brain trust, consisting of scientific-free, female-exclusive women (your tax dollars at the work), decided to create this document, in order to prove their existence.

The Hill

The DOJ Gender Equity Network (DOJ GEN) sent a letter on Wednesday to government personnel and management agencies saying it is “deeply concerned about the ability of hundreds of thousands of federal employees and their families to access reproductive healthcare because of restrictive state laws that are already, or may soon be, in effect in their states.”

We are deeply concerned. Virginia has already adopted very liberal abortion laws. In 2018, the former governor, Mammy McKlan Robes Ralph Northam, wanted to extend that liberalism to infanticide, to the majority of Virginia citizens’ horror. So, this faux concern has little to do with the DOJ employees in the Capitol and the surrounding areas, and more to do with virtue signaling and advocating against Texas’ and Mississippi’s existing abortion laws.

This is what the letter states.

In Mississippi and Texas, there are roughly 150,000 federal workers. There is currently no access to abortion in the state.

This is a flat-faced lie. Both states still have abortion services, as well as the ability to order the abortion pill online. No doubt they are probably making less money (#winning), but they’re still around and available to help you murder your child.

But do go on.

There are another 227,000 federal employees in an additional 11 states with so-called “trigger laws” where people will immediately lose in-state access to abortion care if the Supreme Court overturns the constitutional protection currently afforded to abortion.

Yet another load of BS. Make the decision if you have to. Isn’t “planning” a part of the abortion merchant Planned Parenthood’s name? It is not uncommon for women to take more than four months before they decide to end their pregnancy.

But, I digress…

Continue reading The Hill article:

After a leaked draft Supreme Court majority decision was published, it appears that the Supreme Court is ready to reverse Roe. As the final decision is anticipated this summer, the draft wasn’t considered final.

A number of Democratic States have now accelerated their efforts to increase abortion access. However, Republican states will continue to seek to limit it if the landmark decision is overturned.

The idiot California governor is running campaign ads specifically on this message, and Gavin Newsom even invokes his opposition to Texas’ Heartbeat law as proof of his allegiance.


Newsom wants to ensure you that as long as he is California’s governor, you will always be able to kill your baby without excuses, without apology, and even up to, and after the moment of birth.

You’ll find more information on this later.


The bigger question in Hair Gel’s re-election strategy is: Do California women care more about feeding their children and having gas to take them to school than they do about their ability to kill them in the womb and after birth?

It will be revealed in the November elections.

For now, however, it seems that DOJ GEN is certain that overthrow will be possible Roe is a done deal, so it’s insistent that government funding for employees to get paid time off to have an abortion in a less-restrictive state is just too urgent to ignore.

“As an initial step, we ask that the Administration swiftly consider requiring federal agencies to grant administrative leave to cover the time it takes an employee, or an employee’s family member, to travel to another state to obtain reproductive healthcare services not available in their own state due to restrictive laws.”

And of course, we can’t forget those hardest hit by Roe‘s overthrow: the Black Poors, and all those generic People of Color out there.

It is an important issue of equality and gender equity for both the Department of Justice as well the federal government. Concerned about the impact that these limitations on reproductive health care would have on workers of color, remote residents, and marginalized people, is also a concern.

Troubled are we, too. Yes, they do, but they don’t think so. Does the federal government only pay white workers? These brightly colored workers do not have savings or medical insurance. Remote workers are considered mobile, and are able to take work with them anywhere. Have them bring along their cell phone and laptop. After the procedure, they will be able to return to work. Laptops are allowed in hospital rooms so you can work from bed.

As I mentioned above, the first word in the abortion merchant Planned Parenthood’s name is PLANNED. If they are really interested in helping women get abortions, why not do some “planned” outreach into those “marginalized communities” and remote areas?

There is no additional expenditure of taxpayer funds.

You’re welcome—my invoice is in the mail.

California could become a sanctuary country for abortion if Governor Hair Gel gets his way. It will cover not only transportation and lodging costs but also child care and food. LOST LOCAL WORKERS Women who would like to be able to bring their babies into the state.

The California Legislature has even put forth a bill: AB 2223 which most across the state are calling the “Infanticide Bill,” because it legalizes self-abortions at any stage of pregnancy and essentially Infanticide is now legal. The bill was approved by the appropriations committee, which approves the allocation of money. A final decision is expected to be made on Thursday May 19.

Californians have succeeded in removing many corrupt and harmful bills from the Legislature. Let’s hope it will be the same in this case. This bill is sickening.

The DOJ GEN does have an ally, Hair Gel, who will support them in every way possible. I’m surprised His Hairfulness hasn’t received an endorsement from them yet.

We live in an era of entitlement, and this DOJ GEN “push” to make you pay even more for abortion’s excesses exemplifies the degree to which abortion on demand has become an assumed right, rather than an unmitigated horror. You have no greater right than to be able to justify the killing of your baby and to provide you with ease and comfort.


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