by Geoffrey Grider January 30, 2019
A Democratic lawmaker in the Virginia House of Delegates proposed a bill Tuesday that would allow abortions through the end of the third trimester of pregnancy.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo set in motion a macabre wheel of death when he signed in to law the New York Reproductive Health Act last week. At the moment he did, it officially made New York state the only state in the country to authorize the killing of a born alive baby. But what a difference 7 days make.
“And she went, and sat her down over against him a good way off, as it were a bowshot: for she said, Let me not see the death of the child. And she sat over against him, and lift up her voice, and wept.” Genesis 21:16 (KJV)
Now the Democratic governors of both Virginia and Rhode Island are saying that they will sign bills that do everything that New York’s Act does, and then go a few, pardon the pun, baby steps further. In 2019, The Democratic Party has rebranded itself as the ‘Merchant of Death‘ Party by making the mind-numbing leap from abortion pre-born babies in the womb to slicing their throats after they are born alive and healthy.
In the 1991 movie, ‘What About Bob?’, Bill Murray plays Bob Wiley, a hilarious multi-phobic patient of psychiatrist Dr. Leo Marvin, played by Richard Dreyfuss. A highlight of the movie is the ‘death therapy’ protocol designed by Dr. Marvin in a desperate attempt to rid himself of his patient Bob Wiley. But there is nothing funny about using the ‘death therapy‘ now being pushed so hard by the Democrats to rid themselves of babies that they created but no longer want.
Northam on Abortion Bill: Infant Could Be Delivered and Then ‘Physicians and the Mother’ Could Decide If It Lives
FROM WASHINGTON FREE BEACON: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D.) commented Wednesday about a controversial 40-week abortion bill and in so doing said the law allows an abortion to take place after the infant’s birth.
“If a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that’s what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother,” Northam said, alluding to the physician and mother discussing whether the born infant should live or die.
A Democratic lawmaker in the Virginia House of Delegates proposed a bill Tuesday that would allow abortions through the end of the third trimester of pregnancy. The video of Delegate Kathy Tran presenting her bill led to an exchange where she admitted that her bill would allow for a mother to abort her child minutes before giving birth. READ MORE
Catholic Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo Vows to Sign Bill Legalizing Abortions Up to Birth
FROM LIFE NEWS: Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is pushing a radical pro-abortion bill in her state while claiming to be Catholic. The legislation, which contradicts the teachings of the Catholic Church, would legalize abortions for basically any reason up to birth. A state House committee is expected to vote on the bill today.
Earlier this month, Raimondo promised to support the pro-abortion bill in her State of the State address,NBC 10 reports.
“Let’s make this the year we codify women’s access to reproductive health care here in Rhode Island,” Raimondo said.
The Rhode Island Reproductive Health Care Act, co-sponsored by state Sen. Gayle L. Goldin and Rep. Edith H. Ajello, would strip away even minor, common-sense abortion regulations – ones that a strong majority of Americans support. It would eliminate all protections for unborn babies and codify Roe v. Wade into state law in case the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the ruling.
The bill appears to allow restrictions for late-term abortions, but it adds a broad “health” exception for abortions after viability. The exception would allow women to abort unborn babies up to nine months of pregnancy for basically any “health” reason, including “age, economic, social and emotional factors,” a definition given by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Doe v. Bolton