They have been difficult days for the United States, especially for Texas, a territory that is facing a crisis that was thought to be overcome. Through various media such as the Texas Tribune, the approval of a bill that condemns abortion after six weeks of gestation was reported, and if that was not enough, a website was enabled where people can be reported related to the practice of this right. Web users are seizing the opportunity to saturate the site with Shrek memes – 87%.
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Since May, it had been reported on the actions of Greg abbott, governor of the state of Texas, who signed the law SB8 capable of punishing abortions after six weeks. Despite the statements made by Joe biden on his administration’s pro-abortion stance, The Wahsington Post announced that the United States Supreme Court refused to block the abortion ban in Texas, while Nancy pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, reiterated her commitment to making abortion access possible for all who want it.
The anti-abortion group Texas Right to Life set up a website where it is possible to report people who perform abortion, whether they undergo the intervention or are part of the medical team that carries it out. The page is backed by the so-called heartbeat law, which allows civil lawsuits and fines of up to US $ 10,000. It is important to mention that at six weeks gestation, most people do not even know they are pregnant, so the approval of the recent law is a contradiction in itself and an attack on human rights.
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The Texas Right website, ProLifeWhistleBlower.com, allows information and images to be shared about people sued for having abortions, yet social media surfers have seen beyond the possibilities and taken the opportunity to send hilarious spam to those who they run the site. The TikTok user, williamshaughn_, shared his experience on ProLifeWhistleBlower.com (enabled several days ago), explaining that the site gives you the opportunity to upload all kinds of content, which is why he made the decision to submit pornographic Shrek memes. Here the video.
People from TikTok, Reddit, Twitter and Instagram did not think twice when saturating the page with images of all kinds. The administrators of ProLifeWhistleBlower.com noticed the movements and soon began to ban the IPs responsible for the spam, a fact that the networks also reported; needless to mention that the page is only available for the United States, Latin American IPs are prohibited from access. Here are a series of tweets that address the issue.
Texas Right to Life has launched a new website asking ‘pro-life whistleblowers’ to anonymously accuse anyone they believe has helped someone get an abortion in the state. I wonder if they are using SecureDrop. Here is the form where you can submit arbitrary text, images, and strings to Texas Right to Life. I leave it right here.
Here is the form where you can send text, images, and arbitrary strings to Texas Right to Life. I’m just leaving it right here.
– Eva (@evacide) August 21, 2021
Hahaha, Texas created a website to report women violating the new abortion law and you can attach photos so all my free time today is spamming goat and furry porn. It sure would be crazy if people spam this website with fancams until it gets blocked.
sure would be crazy if people just spammed this website with fancam until it crashed #bts #btsarmy #kpop #ArmysWillWaitForBTS #army #jimin #jungkook https://t.co/GJzkEe6aUK
– sgt balls🏳️⚧️ wife arc (@sgtballsisback) August 21, 2021
Aha 😌 pic.twitter.com/RU884MiORN
– this is not fun • BLM • (@ rkc62101) August 23, 2021
Just helping my community.
Just helping out the community 😌 pic.twitter.com/4ClyilCwsK
– AlexizGucci🤺 (@AlexizGucci) August 23, 2021
People are starting to get blocked.
Ppl starting to get blocked 💀💀💀 pic.twitter.com/svYNwkgJ1S
– Nancy Cárdenas Peña (@ncardenastx) August 21, 2021
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