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Nome states that doctors, not pregnant mothers, should be prosecuted after an abortion sentence in the Supreme Court.

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Republican Governor of South Dakota Kristi Noempraised the recent Supreme Court ruling overturning the Roe v. Wade case as a follow-on science decision on Sunday, praising abortion. The doing doctor, and not the vulnerable woman in crisis, should be prosecuted in the future. 

Noem, who appeared on multiple cable TV shows on Sunday morning, has 13 states with a trigger law that bans all abortions except to save the lives of pregnant mothers. Is one of the leaders. Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Supreme Court ruling. 

"It's still about rights and freedom," Nome said in Sunday's "Fox&Friends"about the Supreme Court's decision"It's all rights, everything. It's about life. It has the right to life and the technology has developed. Science is increasingly revealing what is happening in the womb. We know today more than 15 or 20 years ago. I I think it is very important for us to recognize using that science. All life is precious and deserves protection under the United States Constitution. " 

In ABC's "Weekly" appearance, Nome pointed out the science that defended the Supreme Court's decision. "I encourage them to keep pursuing science and what we know to be true today with advanced technology," Nome mentions women who don't feel like mothers or fetuses. Said. A victim of abortion. 

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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem attends the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 25, 2022, in Orlando, Florida.

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem will be maintained on February 25 Attend the Political Activities Council (CPAC). 2022, Orlando, Florida. (Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

"And see the Supreme Court's ruling on what it is," she said. "Remove the commentary of sensational critics and look at the fact that the Supreme Court was to correct the wrong decision made many years ago and now return power to the United States. They say. The thing is that the Constitution does not.Guarantee the right to abortion.This is where each state decides for itself what their law looks like and of them. It means that women have the opportunity to talk to elected officials near their homes to confirm that their laws reflect what they value. "

ABC host Martha Raddatz pointed out a statement by the American Medical Association calling the Supreme Court's decision "a brave breach of patient rights": "Ending legal abortion does not end abortion. Will end a safe abortion. " There is a risk of catastrophic consequences, including the life of the patient.

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Some call the fetus a patient, who argued that she had spoken to a doctor. 

"Well, Martha, what's interesting to me is talking to many doctors when treating babies in the womb, when treating unborn babies. Still, because those babies are patients, they define them as patients. " "And if they uphold the rights of the patient, they should also define and uphold that life in the womb, and it is an individual, and every life is worth it."

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem speaks during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual convention on May 27, 2022, in Houston, Texas. 

South Dakota Governor Christinome speaks at the National Rifle Association 2022 The Association (NRA) annual convention held in Houston, Texas on May 27.  (Brandon Bell / Getty Images)

Nome had a planned parent-child relationship a few weeks before the Roe v. Wade case was overturned. He said he had already stopped abortion in South Dakota. 

After the ruling, the trigger method already in the book made abortion illegal except in the case of rape and incest, except to save the life of the mother.

"And it came into effect, and what we do is keep our focus on not punishing mothers and women," Nome said. "But what we do is focus on doctors who deliberately break the law to have an abortion in South Dakota." 

Nome says the state best mothers. We are seeking a special legislative meeting to initiate discussions on how to assist. The Governor has launched a website, life.sd.gov, to provide resources to unplanned pregnant or critically ill individuals to coordinatefinancial support, medical support, and non-profit support. did. 

Protesters gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court on June 25, 2022, in Washington in the wake of the decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Protesters are outside the US Supreme Court Gather in Washington on June 25, 2022, following a decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. (Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images)

According to Nome, the website also provides resources for families wishing to adopt. .. 

"We will continue these discussions on how we can support these mothers and what it means to avoid prosecuting them in these situations. I'm coming to an abortion. " "We always focus on doctors who knowingly violate the law to have an abortion in our state."   

The Governor of South Dakota also said. He criticized the abortion by telemedicine, or the case where a doctor or healthcare provider subscribes to a phone or virtually abortion drug and mails it to the patient. Mr Brennan said the Biden Department of Justice said it would work to ensure that women had access to abortion drugs, even though the Roe v. Wade case was overturned. 

"These are very dangerous medical procedures," Noem said. "Women are five times more likely to go to the emergency room if they use this type of abortion method ..."

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"This is an FDA-approved drug," Brennan intervened. 

Noem also expressed concern about the safety of telemedicine abortion at ABC, noting the frequency of unsupervised doctors. 

Danielle Wallace is a FoxNews Digital reporter covering politics, crime, police and more. Tips for her story can be sent to danielle.wallace @ fox.com and Twitter (@danimwallace).