Bombshell report reveals women experiencing high-risk pregnancies are being exploited to promote this evil act

Pro-lifers have long witnessed the depraved lengths that the pro-abortion movement will go to in order to advance their senseless cause. 

But recently, it seems as though the pro-abortion mob has become even bolder.

And now, a bombshell report has revealed that women experiencing high-risk pregnancies are being exploited to promote this evil act.

In a recent ProPublica story, Mayron Michelle Hollis’ complex pregnancy journey was portrayed as a consequence of Tennessee’s pro-life law. 

However, a closer look reveals a different reality.

Contrary to ProPublica’s claims, Tennessee’s pro-life law allows for induced abortion when the mother’s life is in danger. 

Hollis, facing a life-threatening situation with a C-section scar ectopic pregnancy and placenta accreta, was legally allowed to terminate the pregnancy. 

Yet, she chose not to.

Dr. Christina Francis, CEO of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, emphasized the importance of providing holistic support during challenging pregnancies. 

Pro-life laws aim to protect both mothers and preborn children while ensuring top-notch medical care.

Despite media suggestions, Hollis was not denied an abortion; she decided against it, understanding the risks involved. 

Abortion in cases of placenta accreta, especially in the first trimester, is risky and can lead to complications. 

Studies have shown that hysterectomy is often recommended as a definitive treatment in such cases.

Hollis faced further challenges when her placenta attached to her bladder, developing into the most dangerous form of placenta accreta, placenta percreta. 

Despite the risks, she underwent a C-section and hysterectomy at 26 weeks, receiving a blood transfusion.

Miraculously, both mother and daughter survived, challenging ProPublica’s attempt to blame the baby for the family’s struggles. 

Tennessee’s state programs, including Medicaid coverage and disability support, were available, yet some were not accessed. 

The state’s pro-life stance did not hinder assistance.

While there is room for improvement in state programs, pro-life pregnancy centers exist to provide additional support. 

Governor Bill Lee’s initiative to allocate millions to these centers reflects the state’s commitment to supporting families.

ProPublica’s attempt to exploit a struggling family to push a pro-abortion agenda is both misleading and irresponsible. 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.