Gov. Kathy Hochul celebrates Good Friday the day after Lashing Out at Gov. Ron DeSantis for signing a pro-life bill

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) celebrated Good Friday after posting on social media inviting people to travel to her state to murder their unborn children.

In a post attacking Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for signing pro-life legislation, Hochul told women that wanted to get abortions that they were “welcome in New York.”

Florida’s new legislation, which DeSantis signed on April 14, protects the lives of unborn children by banning abortions from being performed after 15 weeks. The law, which will take effect on July 1, has just a few exceptions: to preserve the life of the mother, to avoid significant risk of serious injury, and if the unborn baby has not reached viability and is determined to have a “fatal fetal abnormality.”

Of course, these exceptions are not enough for the left. Democrats like Kathy Hochul will not compromise, they will only accept abortion, on demand, with no limits, up until the moment of birth.

“Smiling from ear to ear as he rips away the reproductive rights of Floridians. It’s cruel and despicable. To anyone seeking abortion care, know that you are welcome in New York,” Hochul tweeted.

The next day, Hochul pretended to be a Christian in a message to mark Good Friday: “Today I join Christians throughout New York and around the world in observing #GoodFriday. Let us be reminded that even in challenging times, hope and light always lie ahead.”

According to the biography on her website, Hochul “was born and raised in a blue-collar Irish Catholic family in Buffalo.”

The newly appointed governor, who previously served as the state’s lieutenant governor, took on the role in 2021 after Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) resigned amid sexual harassment scandals. Hochul became the state’s first female governor, and is now seeking election to a full term in office in New York’s crowded Democratic gubernatorial primary.

This wasn’t her first pro-abortion tweet calling out the GOP.

“In New York, we will never let Republicans turn back the clock on reproductive rights,” Hochul tweeted in February of this year.

She also isn’t afraid to use her supposed Christianity to push her political views.

In 2021, Hochul claimed in a bizarre rant that those who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are failing to listen to God.

“All of you — yes, I know you’re vaccinated, you’re the smart ones — but you know there’s people out there who aren’t listening to God … You know who they are,” she said during a speech at the Christian Cultural Center.

“Jesus taught us to love one another,” Hochul added, claiming that people should “show that love” by urging others to get vaccinated.