‘Millions of women are figuring out how to get out of this country for good,’ says Rosanna Arquette.

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Actress Rosanna Arquette believes abortion is such a fundamental right that “millions of women” are considering leaving the nation now that Roe v. Wade is on the verge of being repealed.

Let’s see and hear all the Good men out there (because there are many )stand with us now stand up to the barbaric Tyranny that is happening to American women,” she tweeted. “Stand up speak out with us and make yourselves loud now. Let’s all Get their boots off our wombs.

Despite the fact that Arquette and abortion campaigners are terrified of an America where certain states restrict the operation, they appear to be oblivious that the rest of the Western world is far from an abortion utopia. In comparison to Europe, America has some of the most lenient abortion laws in the world, as conservative activist Elisha Krauss highlighted in her Prager U video:

After 12 weeks in Germany, for example, practically all abortions are prohibited. Even during the first 12 weeks, a woman must wait three days and undergo required counseling before being able to have an abortion. This is more stringent than Texas.

However, in Belgium, as in Germany, abortions are only legal until the 12th week. After that, abortion is only legal if the woman’s life is in danger. In addition, any woman seeking an abortion must wait six days after her initial medical consultation before having one performed. Denmark follows a similar pattern: after 12 weeks, certain limits apply. In Finland, pregnant women have until the 12th week of their pregnancy to have an unrestricted abortion, and during that time, they must demonstrate a strong reason for terminating their pregnancy.