It’s clear. I agree totally with the goal. I disagree with the method. We have had enough “presidential findings” to last the rest of the life of the Republic. (May she regain her footing and live forever.)
Now, if Tom can describe a means of doing this within the confines of the Constitution, let’s hear it. Maybe start with a warning to abortionists and their enablers, “Abortion-on-demand will be eliminated. Between now and then, don’t do anything that will put you in prison for the rest of your life.”
That's wholly unconstitutional itself. The Constitution of the United States prohibits ex post facto laws or punishments. In this case that means you could never punish anyone for performing an abortion while abortion remained legal. Only abortions performed after criminalization could be punished. There can be no, "Between now and then".