Katy Jewett tells us her compelling story of how having cancer caused an abortion from an unexpected pregnancy saved her life.
Katy Jewett is one example of the Supreme Court’s failure.
“Watch the speech at 36:25,” said Daniel Cohen, President of Indivisible Houston. “You have to have Katy Jewett on your show. Again, have to!”
Daniel did not have to tell me I needed to have Katy on the show. Katy’s message, passion, and truth made it necessary. Katy gave the crowd gathered at the Federal Courthouse in Houston, Texas, their marching orders.
Ms. Jewett visited us for a more in-depth conversation on the meaning of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. One must listen to her story.
Katy has metastatic breast cancer. The type that she has responds hormonally. In other words, an elevated estrogen level will cause the tumors to grow faster. Pregnancy is a danger to her health. A few years ago, she got pregnant, and the condom broke. She got pregnant. The doctor and her G.P. recommended an abortion. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court’s overturning Roe v. Wade would make her ability to get an abortion impossible in some states. In other words, those states would have sanctioned her death.
Katy did not want her abortion deemed a good abortion because it was medical reasons. She is adamant that abortions must not classify abortions as good versus wrong abortions. It is a woman’s body, and she should have all rights to it. There is no place for the government to get involved.
Please listen to the entire interview. It is very enlightening.
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