Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Twitter's character limits – and the reading skills of his critics – after being published for spreading false information about the newly signed abortion ban in Alabama.
The New York Democrat used the social media platform to criticize the law, signed by the governor on Wednesday and prohibits almost all state abuses. The same law also makes abortion a felony, which can be punished for up to 99 years or prison life unless the mother's firstborn is at risk, with no exception for women being raped or incest.
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"Alabama lawmakers make all abortions a felony that can be punished in prison, including women who are victims of rape + incest," wrote Ocasio -Cortez's tweet. , no extra penalties for rapists. It goes to the [Governor Kay Ivey’s] desk. He will decide the future of women's rights in Alabama. "
The tweet is immediately called by conservative commentators, pointing out that the law specifically targets abortion providers and is designed not to punish women.
" This is a lie, "the tweet of Michel Knowles of the Daily Wire, which cites a part of the law that specifically addresses the issue. [Seksyon1
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"All about this @AOC tweet is not true," wrote Caleb Hull. "Women who receive abortions in Alabama do not face jail time under a new Heartbeat bill. Physicians facing jail if they are abortionally abusive and convicted of a felony, not pregnant women."
Ocasio-Cortez did not accept his error and instead blamed the social media platform for having limited space.
"This is a felony that can be punished by prison, [including] cases of women who are pregnant by rape or incest Twitter is 280 [characters] – read the context of tweets grammar clues , "he tweeted.
"But it's good to know that you're here to promote criminal medical providers aiding victims of rape and incest! Great work."
He also challenges those claiming that women are not facing on felony charges, indicating that they did not ignore that women may face medical personnel charges for providing abortion services.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  The Alabama abortion ban brings a nationwide debate, with critics arguing that it is very far away as more conservative people say that the law has right to target abortion providers.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has sworn to legalize the law approved by the state Senate on Tuesday and repeats the plan to file a request on Wednesday.
A similar pro-life law was adopted in Georgia, together with Gov. Brian Kemp signed a "legal heartbeat" bill that prohibits state abortions after a heartbeat was seen, as early as six weeks in a pregnancy. The law allows for exceptions in the case of rape, incest, or if the mother's firstborn is at risk.