The latest move by the pro-abortion mob poses a direct threat to the American values many hold dear

Joe Biden and his pals in the Abortion Lobby have made it clear that the slaughter of preborn babies is their number one issue heading into November.

They will use every trick in the book to make abortion-on-demand through all nine months the law of the land.

And this latest move by the pro-abortion mob poses a direct threat to the American values many hold dear.

It’s shocking but true: there are over 40 state bills currently introduced by pro-abortion politicians aiming to increase abortions in our state. 

This radical agenda poses a direct threat to the sanctity of life and the values we hold dear.

This is exactly what being “pro-choice” means in today’s America. . .

The current stance of many Democrat candidates on abortion is nothing short of extreme. 

With no exceptions, for any reason, at any stage of pregnancy, these candidates are pushing for unrestricted access to abortion. 

The Philadelphia Inquirer, in a recent article, went as far as to label the claim that pro-abortion candidates support abortion until birth as misinformation. 

Yet, this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Cheryl Allen, a retired Judge who served on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas and the Pennsylvania Superior Court and is of counsel for the Pennsylvania Family Council spoke out about this issue.

During the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, she stated that pro-abortion candidates want abortion available up until the due date. 

This is not misinformation but a stark reality. 

The Democrat Party platform talks about eliminating “barriers” to abortion, but it fails to set any limits on when an abortion should occur during pregnancy. 

When asked about any potential limits on abortion, Democrat U.S. Senator John Fetterman plainly stated, “I don’t believe so. No.”

This stance hides behind the mantra of “let the woman decide,” but it leaves voters in the dark about just how far these candidates are willing to go. 

It’s crucial for voters to press their candidates on where they draw the line on abortion, especially when it comes to late-term abortions.

Studies, including one from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, reveal that many women seeking later terminations do not do so due to fetal anomalies or life endangerment. 

In fact, a significant number of later abortions are performed due to diagnoses like Down Syndrome. 

Would the current Democrat candidates consider protecting unborn children diagnosed with Down Syndrome a “barrier” to abortion? 

This is precisely what former Democrat Governor Tom Wolf demonstrated with his veto of the Down Syndrome Protection Act in 2019.

Moreover, the notion that abortion, particularly chemical abortion (the pill), is safe is misleading. 

Any abortion is inherently unsafe for the unborn child, as the procedure’s sole purpose is to end a life. 

The growing trend of chemical abortions, where pills are mailed to women without in-person consultations or ultrasounds, raises serious safety concerns. 

According to recent data from the state Department of Health, complications from abortions have tripled in the last five years, coinciding with a rise in chemical abortions from 38 percent to 55 percent of all statewide abortions. 

These complications include retained baby parts, bleeding, and infections. These are only the reported cases; the actual number may be much higher.

Ectopic pregnancies, which occur in about two percent of all pregnancies, can be fatal if not diagnosed early. 

The abortion industry’s push for abortion-by-video through telemedicine, bypassing crucial ultrasounds, is a dangerous, profit-driven practice that jeopardizes women’s lives.

Currently, Pennsylvania law permits abortions up to six months into pregnancy for any reason except the sex of the unborn child. 

Each year, approximately 34,000 abortions are performed in Pennsylvania, with over 500 occurring after the midway point of pregnancy. 

This tragic reality is far from rare.

The push to increase abortion access does not stop there. 

There are over 40 state bills in the Pennsylvania General Assembly aiming to expand abortions and remove existing limits, including the six-month gestational limit. 

Simultaneously, Planned Parenthood has made it clear that one of their objectives is to close every pregnancy resource center in Pennsylvania. 

Their goal? More abortions and less support for women—a truly extreme agenda.

As pro-lifers, we must recognize the gravity of this situation and take action. 

We cannot allow our state to become a haven for unrestricted abortions. 

It is imperative that we stand up for the unborn and demand sensible limits on abortion. 

We must support pregnancy resource centers that provide essential services and support to women in need. 

Let’s make it clear that more abortion and less help for women is an agenda no one should support.

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

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