So considering for a long time about all of the protests, you know, ALL OF THEM, it occurred to us that there is one thing they ALL have in common: LIVE TELEVISION COVERAGE. And that’s besides news stories, fake news, social media, etc.
BUT – there is one exception to the rule of live protests, there is just one ongoing protest, for DECADES, that is unnoticed and never newsworthy: Real activism on the public sidewalk at abortion mills to save lives.
TRUE STORY!!! Right now there are hundreds of protests going on in front of abortion facilities protesting the murder of unborn children. Not one football player takes a knee for the unborn, likely because they are post-abortive AND there won’t be any television or social media presence to note the event.
In Ohio, 57 babies will die TODAY from abortion. No media, no celebs – just Christ-minded prolifers who will never get a media high-five.
However, if we want the football knee crap to stop, we suggest they stop televising the sideshow, because obviously that worked for sidewalk activism.
Though abortion numbers are going down, it’s by a very slight margin. For that, we can thank sidewalk activists and prolife legislation. To break it down, the most important issues is total of babies killed, top reporting counties, race breakdown and ‘complications’.
Wish the news was better, 304 lives spared, compared to 2015. But here’s the short story:
TOTAL ABORTIONS: 20,672 ; 20,976 
WHITE ABORTIONS: 49.1% ; 49.7% 
BLACK ABORTIONS: 44% ; 43.7% 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: 11.4% ; 12/4% 
In Montgomery County, 4 abortions were performed on children less than 15 years old; 5 the previous reported year. Also, 3 less total abortions were performed in the same county from the previous year. The state total for abortions on children less than 15 years old is 76 statewide.
It is also important to note that minority women are aborting much more often than white women. According to US Census, just under 13% of Ohioans are black but make up for 44% of all abortions.
Also, 32 abortions reported with complications, or botched; 98 abortions with post abortion complications.
Read the entire Ohio Department of Health’s Abortion Report here.