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Live Action “Inhuman” video #2: DC abortionist wouldn’t help survivors

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The new Live Action investigation, “Inhuman: Undercover in America’s late-term abortion industry,” is proving what pro-lifers already knew: Kermit Gosnell was no outlier, as the abortion industry and media have tried to portray him. Both overt and covert killing of abortion survivors is a component of late-term abortions.

Yesterday, Live Action released the first video in its series, which revealed a Bronx, New York, abortion counselor stating her facility would plop abortion survivors into a toxic solution to kill them. She also recommended that the pregnant investigator “flush it” if her baby delivered at home.

Today, Live Action released a second video, this one of Washington, D.C., abortionist Cesare Santengelo of the Washington Surgi-Clinic acknowledging he knew the law required him to provide medical care to abortion survivors, but he would break it:

Landmark: House to vote on DC fetal pain ban

I wrote July 19 that the District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 3803) was in danger of not getting a vote in the House in the final days of session.

But now word comes from National Right to Life that a vote will indeed be held July 31:

Urgent help needed on DC Fetal Pain Ban

STOP THIS…


(Click to enlarge; graphic via Nucleus Medical Art, which owns the copyright.)
Yesterday the U.S. House Judiciary Committee approved a late term abortion ban in the nationís capital, where abortion is legal for any reason until the moment of birth. The vote was 18-14, split on party lines.

Now we have only two weeks to pass this legislation in the full House.

New fetal pain bill brings late-term abortion battle to Obama’s back yard

Yesterday, as the March for Life was taking place, pro-life Arizona Congressman Trent Franks (pictured right) introduced the District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The backdrop, according to the National Right to Life Committee: Article I of the U.S. Constitution established that the national seat of government would be placed forever not within […]

  

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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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