Mainstream media tries to claim that a video of a baby in the womb isn’t real and the reason why will shock you

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Earlier this year, pro-life group Live Action took on the pro-abortion mob for claiming that life in the womb isn’t really life. 

Using a high-tech solution, this pro-life group took on the opposition with a realistic video of a baby in utero, fondly named Baby Olivia. 

But now, the mainstream media tries to claim that a video of a baby in the womb isn’t real and the reason why will shock you.

Created with the expertise of medical professionals and backed by research from the Endowment for Human Development, Baby Olivia is not just any animation—it’s a scientifically accurate depiction of human life from the moment of fertilization. 

But hold on to your hats, folks, because this life-affirming masterpiece has stirred up quite the controversy.

As pro-life legislators draft bills to ensure accurate fetal development education in schools, Baby Olivia has come under fire from mainstream media outlets. 

But fear not, because we’re here to set the record straight!

Let’s start with the undeniable truth: life begins at fertilization. 

Despite attempts to discredit Baby Olivia as mere “religious ideology,” the scientific consensus is crystal clear. 

As the Endowment for Human Development states, “Biologically speaking, fertilization is the beginning of human development.” 

It’s not about ideology; it’s about biology!

Baby Olivia doesn’t just stop at fertilization— it takes you on a journey through the miraculous stages of human development. 

From the formation of limbs to the first flicker of a heartbeat, this animation leaves no doubt that every life is precious and deserving of protection.

Yet, despite the overwhelming evidence presented by Baby Olivia, media outlets continue to spread misinformation. 

Claims that the video promotes a “Christian worldview” or relies on “religious ideology” are nothing short of false. 

This is about science, not faith.

Let’s break it down further. 

When it comes to the heartbeat, Baby Olivia doesn’t miss a beat. 

Contrary to attempts to downplay its significance, scientific research confirms that the heart begins to beat as early as 22 days after fertilization. 

That’s right—22 days! 

This isn’t about semantics; it’s about saving lives.

And what about those precious little limbs? 

Baby Olivia doesn’t shy away from the facts. 

Arm and leg buds appear as early as four weeks post-fertilization, setting the stage for the beautiful journey of human development.

From brain activity to taste buds, Baby Olivia leaves no stone unturned in its mission to educate and inspire. 

And let’s not forget about those tiny movements that signal the beginning of life’s dance. 

Contrary to attempts to undermine its accuracy, Baby Olivia stands firm in its commitment to truth.

So what’s the bottom line? 

Baby Olivia is not just an animation—it’s a testament to the beauty and sanctity of human life, and it IS scientifically accurate. 

As pro-life legislators push for accurate education in schools, let’s rally behind Baby Olivia and ensure that every child has the chance to learn the truth about life’s miraculous journey.

In a world where misinformation runs rampant, Baby Olivia is a beacon of light, shining brightly for all to see. 

So please join us as we celebrate the wonder of life and embrace the truth that every life, from the moment of fertilization, is a precious gift.

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