Governor Walz issued a radical executive order on Saturday following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which overturned the Roe v. Wade ruling. Catering to his ever growing radicalized base of liberal activists, Walz seeks to protect non-Minnesota citizens from criminal punishment for traveling to Minnesota to receive an abortion. However, in the three pages of Executive Order 22-16, the word "abortion" is never found. Instead, Walz repeatedly refers the killing of unborn babies as "reproductive health care services."
Walz states "I will exercise my discretion to decline requests for the arrest or surrender of any person charged with a criminal violation of a law of another state where the violation alleged involves the provision of, assistance with, securing of, or receipt of reproductive health care services." The Governor describes “reproductive health care services” as "all medical, surgical, counseling, or referral services relating to the human reproductive system, including but not limited to services relating to pregnancy, contraception, miscarriage, or the termination of a pregnancy."
The pro-abortion narrative is extremely loud right now. Democrat politicians, corporations and the mainstream media are in full propaganda mode - equating the Supreme Court ruling to the loss of women reproductive rights (although they can't define what a woman is these days). Lost in the debate is the fact that many states are now actually going to protect the rights of a human life inside the womb. To get that narrative, one must turn to conservative media like the Dailywire: