California Launches Terrifying Pro-Abortion Ad in Pro-Life State

A political action committee founded by Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) released an ad aimed at Alabama voters claiming that women in their state will be arrested if they leave to have an abortion.

According to The New York Times, the television ad titled “Fugitive” was created by the Campaign for Democracy, led by Newsom.

In the ad, two women are in a car a mile away from leaving the state of Alabama. As they approach the border, a police car stops the girls and tells the driver to “get out of the vehicle” and “take a pregnancy test.”

“Trump Republicans want to criminalize young Alabama women traveling for reproductive care,” the ad’s narrator says. “Stop them by taking action at”

Newsom will do everything he can to push his pro-abortion agenda on Americans, including those who live outside his state.

On Wednesday, California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom announced a bill that would allow abortion providers in Arizona to be quickly approved to work in California, which fell under Townhall. This was in response to the Arizona Supreme Court ruling to allow an 1864 law banning abortion except to save the life of the mother.

Predictably, pro-abortion Democrats like Newsom bristled at the ruling, claiming that women deserve the right to end the lives of their unborn children.

“No state has more responsibility, more opportunity and no greater burden than the state of California,” Newsom said of the pro-life legislation.