Abortion a Civil Rights Issue

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Abortion a Civil Rights Issue

Bradley Mattes   |   January 18, 2016

Today America observes the life of a civil rights giant—Martin Luther King, Junior.  If I could ask him one question, it’d be what he thinks about America’s laws allowing abortion on demand, especially since the abortion industry targets Black babies.  We have documented research showing Planned Parenthood locates seventy-nine percent of their abortion mills in minority neighborhoods.  I believe Martin Luther King would be an outspoken defender of all of America’s unborn children.  Because, after all, abortion is a civil rights issue.  Babies are being killed because of where they live—in the womb.  Visit life issues dot org and click on the microphone icon to see our research.  And join us in prayer that God will soon end the chains and bondage of abortion in our land.

79% pf Planned Parenthood surgical facilities are targeting women of color and their unborn babies.

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8 thoughts on “Abortion a Civil Rights Issue

  1. I support President Trumps stand to cut funding planned parenthood’s funding for abortions. My tax dollars should NOT have to support the killing of innocent lives! Thank you.
    Lily Hildewig

  2. Mrs. Tipton: The red box you are looking for is on the main page. Go to the Take Action box below the rotating banners near the top third of the page and click on the red button, which says “Take Action.”

  3. I object to abortion and all aspects of the abuse and use of aborted baby body parts in scientific experiments. Human beings are endowed by our creator with inailiable rights to life and the pursuit of happiness. We as a nation must uphold this right to life just as we have benefited by past adherence of the laws that have been established.

  4. This is a copied post from FB. I think we should rethink the language we use when talking about this issue from those who are in the field.

    Let me be VERY CLEAR. Not only is there no such thing as a necessary late term abortion, but there is no such thing as a necessary abortion IN ANY TERM.

    I am an nationally registered ultrasound tech specializing in OB/GYN with 15+ years experience. If there is an emergency situation during the second or third trimester, the mother is rushed to the hospital where she is immediately hooked to a monitor. Her belly (the baby) is also strapped to a monitor. Vitals for BOTH MOTHER AND BABY are done. Meds are pushed. Exams are completed. Blood drawn. Contractions monitored. We have TWO patients.

    If there is a true emergency (high blood pressure due to pregnancy, for example) doctors will in fact end the pregnancy to save the mother. It is called an EMERGENCY C-SECTION. The baby is out- maybe very early, but the baby is out- and cared for. The pregnancy has ended and Mom can be cared for. Isn’t that the so-called point of why pro-choicers advocate for abortion? That they need to be able to “terminate the pregnancy to save the life of the mother”? Well, here ya go. Emergencies ending in c-sections, ending the pregnancy and saving the mother, happen all the time.

    You know what doesn’t happen all the time? As in, like, never? An emergency abortion. There is NO SUCH THING. Never in the 9 years while working in a large hospital, often in the ER, did I hear the words, “Quick! Get me forceps and suction! This woman needs an emergency abortion STAT!” Why did I never hear these words? Because emergency abortions don’t exist.

    A late term abortion (often considered beyond 20 weeks of pregnancy) is a 2-3 day procedure. The baby is bigger, the cervix needs dilated and softened, and the “procedure” is more involved. The mother is sent away after day 1 of the abortion only to come back on day 2 or day 3 to complete the expulsion of her dead baby. What life threatening emergency takes 3 days to treat as an outpatient procedure? NONE. A true late term pregnancy emergency would be taken care of in a 20 minute c-section in a hospital, as stated above. In no true emergency is any mother making an appointment: “Yeah, hi. I am having an emergency. I might be dying. I need to have an abortion please… Sure, next Tuesday at 9 sounds great. See you then.. Thanks!” Are you kidding me?! Are people even thinking this through?

    Don’t believe the lies. There is no need for late term abortion. There is no need for an emergency abortion. There is no need for #abortion.

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