The plain truth is, fetuses are babies. Pro-lifers saying so doesn’t make it false, even if NPR’s speech police don’t like to hear it or feel it’s a particularly effective pro-life argument.
Asked about third-trimester abortions on Monday, Beto O’Rourke replied, ‘That should be a decision that the woman makes about her own body. I trust her.’
Sen. Ben Sasse’s bill merely requires a medical team to treat a survivor of abortion the same as Jen Gunter’s doctors treated her three premature babies.
For babies with abnormalities, perinatal hospice is an option. For mothers whose lives are threatened by complications, emergency C-section is an option.
As states rush to legalize third-trimester abortions, consider how pro-abortion ideology results in a ripple effect of injustice and tragedy.
What our country needs is the Deliver-Alive Human Being Protection Act: A law that unequivocally protects fetuses once they can survive outside the womb, currently 22 weeks.
The new national debate over the legality and morality of infanticide may have just unraveled what was left of the bodily autonomy argument.
Premature babies can now survive and thrive, even when they’re born at an incredibly young gestational age.
This bill would prevent abortions of unborn children after 20 weeks—just shy in age of the babies I regularly care for. They definitely feel pain, and more.
For all the cries of ‘extremism’ at any attempt to limit abortion, the Democratic Party is now defending practices that amount to infanticide.
While this technology holds much promise for premature babies, we should take the meantime to think through the potential ramifications.
Calling babies ‘products of conception’ isn’t medically accurate. It’s just about dehumanizing babies to support their brutal murder.
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