There are no winners; women are still being held to a lesser standard and babies are still dying. BUT…abortion facilities are STILL CLOSING.
The closure count is continuing to rise even through the vigilant prochoice storm that they create. As mentioned in a recent post, most prolifers understand that we have to work within the law and the Constitution to end abortion. We cannot close all facilities, but we can implement law that will protect women and the unborn. And interestingly, these new laws across the country DO protect abortionists and their workers by holding them to the same standard as any other physician who performs surgeries.
In Texas, parts of the new prolife laws were thrown out, which is really funny considering it won’t hold up to the impending appeal. However, telling the McAllen and El Paso facilities that they DO NOT have to obtain a transfer agreement is DANGEROUS. In fact, I ENCOURAGE every physician in those regions that are held BY LAW to keep hospital privileges to go straight to the Statehouse in Austin and ask why abortionists get a pass and DEMAND an answer. It is an ABOMINATION of the law to presume the laws are for everyone except baby killers.
Even PBS has once again parted with reality and jumped on the radical abortion bandwagon with promoting POV’s ‘After Tiller‘. They see nothing wrong in telling the stories of up-to-term abortionists. You’ll only see what they want you to see, not who really does this evil deed. Women pay 25K and MORE to kill their nearly term infants and call it ‘compassionate‘.
Then, whose fight is it anyway? The resolution the abortion czars use is old, tried and true: The Class War.
Women, POOR women [as depicted by the abortion lobby] are being used and abused by the abortion czars to sell abortion and profit from abortion, especially to women who can come up with 25K to kill their nearly term unborn baby. As prolifers push FORWARD to shut down abortion facilities, poor women are classified as who will be affected by any new abortion or prolife laws. It’s bad enough that government entitlements, a pathetic economy and absent parents are creating this sect of pre-abortive women AND men, but to say it out loud? This is how federal government gets away with calling abortion ‘healthcare’ by creating abortion customers.
My colleagues and I wonder if the term ‘poor women‘ was taken out of every impending prochoice/proabort law, discussion, debate or arbitration, if it would hold water with their contemporaries and peers. And then take out the notion or word ‘minority’ and you’ll see them scramble….because THEN you’ll see them run like a cockroaches after the kitchen light is turned on.