A couple years ago I told you about Elisa Bauer who has the mental development of a third-grader. After wandering away from her assisted living facility, she became pregnant by an unknown sexual predator. A county judge planned to order Elisa to have an abortion and tie her tubes, even against her family’s wishes. Only a public outcry moved the judge to relent and allow Cierra-marie, the baby, to live. Recently the baby’s grandparents finalized adopting her. In the same court where Bill and Amy Bauer endured a forty-day battle for the rights of their daughter and life of their granddaughter, they became the legal parents of this precious baby. Pro-abortion activists used to say if you don’t like abortion, don’t have one. Obviously that’s changed to forced abortion.