The Blaze reported recently that Syrian doctors saved a baby girl by emergency C-section after her mother had been injured during a bombing attack. When removed from the womb, doctors saw that the baby had been hit by shrapnel.
Much to the doctors’ relief, the baby girl was still alive (warning, graphic medical scene):
In a new viral video starring Bill Nye, the famed “Science Guy” declares that laws protecting “unborn people” are “based on ignorance” and reflect “a deep scientific lack of understanding.” He also says that if you support such laws, you “literally or apparently literally don’t know what you’re talking about.”
On September 22, Chloe Dunstan was due to give birth to triplets: two boys and a girl. But early in July, midway through her pregnancy, the Australian mother faced an impossible choice: continue with the pregnancy and lose her baby girl (who was deprived of oxygen and nutrients), or deliver early at 28 weeks, which could put all three babies at risk.
Doctors recommended that Chloe consider letting her preborn baby girl die in order to give the two baby boys better odds of survival. But in an effort to save all three babies, Chloe decided to deliver early. On July 3, she gave birth to triplets – Chloe and husband Rohan’s fourth, fifth, and sixth children: Henry, Rufus, and “miracle” baby Pearl. All three babies survived, and arrived home from the hospital before their September due date.
On the off chance you happened to be thinking, “Y’know what? Society just isn’t grateful enough for abortionists,” you’re in luck. At xoJane, Carolyn Payne announces that she is “an ObGyn Resident Who Entered My Field Specifically to Perform Safe Abortion Services,” and wants the world to know why she “love[s]” and is “proud to” slaughter babies for a living.
On Monday, Cassy Fiano tore apart Payne’s whitewashing of the physical and emotional fallout from the work she’s so proud of, the misogyny inherent to her claims that women just can’t thrive without abortion, and her arrogant insinuation that children’s lives are better off extinguished than given a chance to overcome tough circumstances. But Payne’s column was so jam-packed with sophistry and selfishness that there’s plenty more to dissect…
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a history of fetal tissue and embryonic stem cell research and it is set on keeping that research, despite a bill being considered by the state legislature to ban the use of it. Wisconsin Assembly Bill 305 would “prohibit certain sales and uses of fetal body parts derived from an unborn child aborted by an induced abortion… [and] prohibits a person from knowingly providing, receiving, or using, for experimentation, a fetal body part in this state, regardless of whether the provision, receipt, or use is for valuable consideration.”
This video from a medical diagnostic center in Kiev, Ukraine, shows both early and late fetal development and has been viewed more than 1.4 million times on Facebook. The text states, “What are the babies inside mom. Remarkable video! The video cut through a 3 D Ultrasound.”
These are not clumps of cells. They are human beings exhibiting human behavior in the womb:
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While the fifth video released by the Center for Medical Progress certainly has provided damaging insight into Planned Parenthood, the full footage–at 5 hours and 45 minutes–contains even more about Planned Parenthood employees and the abortion industry.
At about 2 hours and 41 minutes into the full footage, corresponding with pages 55-56 of the transcript, Melissa Farrell, who is the Director of Research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, discusses working for a facility that “performed abortions in the IVF department.”
The pro-abortion world recently went crazy over a published study that made a rather outstanding claim. According to the study, 95% of women do not regret their abortions. Abortion advocates could not wait to trumpet the results of this study, excitedly proclaiming that this “proved” women don’t ever experience guilt and that post-abortion syndrome does not exist.
Jill Stanek is a well-known pro-life blogger and activist who first became active in the pro-life movement when she exposed the practice of live birth abortions, which she witnessed while working at her job as a nurse at an Illinois hospital.
Stanek was working as a Labor and Delivery nurse at Christ hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, when she witnessed babies being aborted alive. Despite its name and affiliation with two Christian churches, late-term abortions were performed at Christ hospital.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: the abortion lobby is lying about abortion’s medical risk—oh, you have? Of course you have; they do that a lot. But since one such lie has been debunked yet again, I’ll go on.
Planned Parenthood claims that “Safe, uncomplicated abortion does not cause problems for future pregnancies such as […] miscarriage.” Its information page on miscarriage makes no mention of abortion as a risk factor. NARAL calls it a “lie” to suggest “a link between abortion and future miscarriages,” declaring “ first-trimester abortions pose virtually no long-term risks of such problems as […] miscarriage.”
Despite these claims, Reuters reports that researchers from Rabin Medical Center in Petach Tiva and Tel Aviv University studied medical records from 13,000 women and found new evidence of such a link….