In yet another example of a small minority of people imposing their will on the majority, a new poll has found that the overwhelming majority of New York state residents not only oppose late-term term but would limit abortion to the first three months of pregnancy - which means most residents oppose the radical Reproductive Health Act passed in January.
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The American public was horrified on Tuesday night when an army of white-clothed female lawmakers refused to applaud when President Trump called for an end to the ungodly practice of late-term abortion and infanticide. As a result, lawmakers are now preparing to expose the abortion extremists in their ranks by fast-tracking the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act to a public vote on the floor of the House and Senate.
Pro-abortion legislators claimed a major victory on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade when they passed one of the most draconian abortion laws in the U.S. which essentially permits abortion at any time until birth, claims a child isn’t human until it’s born, eliminates protection for babies born alive after abortion, and allows non-physicians to perform the procedure.
A film documenting the shocking true story of the investigation and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, whose seedy West Philadelphia abortion clinic was dubbed the “House of Horrors” by law enforcement, will open in theaters on October 12.
Leaders of the pro-abortion movement are furious at New York Times opinion columnist David Brooks who wrote a hard-hitting memo warning the Democratic party that support for late-term abortion and even Roe v. Wade is doing nothing more than stocking state legislatures with pro-life Republicans and keeping the party out of sync with most Americans.
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