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So says an enemy combatant imperial judge.

A federal judge on Monday struck down Georgia’s anti-abortion law approved by the General Assembly last year, calling it unconstitutional.

District Judge Steve C. Jones wrote in his ruling that the law — which would have outlawed most abortions once a doctor can detect fetal cardiac activity, or about six weeks into a pregnancy — violated a woman’s constitutional right to access to the procedure as established by the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade.

If Brian Kemp could be bothered for just a minute or so, and stop rounding up illegals in his big truck (yep, I just remembered that!), then he might want to arrest this legal marauder and make clear his state’s commitment to defend life. Of course, that will never happen. Georgia is lost. Henceforth, it shall be referred to, at this site, as a failed and evil territory.