Conservative icon Ann Coulter is under fire after suggesting babies with special needs should die.
Her outrageous comments suggesting it’s “cruel” to carry a baby with Trisomy 18 to term has outraged the Pro-Life movement.
And now these families that have children with Trisomy 18 are speaking out and they have one thing to say to Ann Coulter.
A pregnant mom sues to abort her baby
Kate Cox was 20 weeks pregnant with a baby who was diagnosed with Trisomy 18.
Cox was furious Texas wouldn’t allow her to abort her baby, despite her efforts to sue Texas hoping they’d allow her to kill her baby.
Other states were trying to lure Cox to kill her baby there – with Connecticut’s Governor even stating “We have a safe harbor rule here and I said, you’re welcome to a state like Connecticut, where you respect a woman’s right to choose.”
It’s reported Cox finally left Texas to abort her baby.
Ann Coulter’s disgusting remarks
Ann Coulter sent shockwaves when she posted on X that “The prolife movement has gone from compassion for the child to cruelty to the mother (and child).”
Coulter added that “Trisomy 18 is not a condition that is compatible with life.”
Of course, nothing could be further than the truth.
And now, with all the attention on insisting those with Trisomy 18 should be sentenced to die, families of children with this disability are speaking out.
The beautiful bridesmaid – with Trisomy 18
Grace Fisher recently got married – and her sister Faith Smith was a bridesmaid in her wedding.
Faith actually has Trisomy 18 and is now 15 years old – despite doctors warning Faith’s disability was ‘incompatible with life’.
Grace posted a sweet picture on her wedding day of her and Faith and wrote “The baby who my parents were told was “incompatible with life” and a “fetal fatal anomaly” was a bridesmaid in my wedding in May. And turns out she’s no longer a baby. Faith is going to be 15 years old in just a few days.”
She continued “As we are looking forward to celebrating her life, there is a mother in Texas seeking to murder her child. Because her baby is going to be like Faith. A death sentence because her baby is going to be different.”
“Being 20 weeks pregnant with my own child, I have a new perspective on what being the expecting mom is like. And I have to say it’s made it even more unfathomable to me that the answer to the possibility of suffering is to kill the child,” Grace wrote.
“Death is not a cure. It’s not compassionate to rip a baby to pieces. The child in the womb with a significant diagnosis is not unworthy of life,” Grace continued.
Praise God for Faith’s life and the love and support she feels from her family.
Grace nailed it with her post.
Every baby is worthy of life and deserves the chance to be born.
And those like Ann Coulter who say otherwise need a major reality dose on what it means to be “compassionate”.
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