Alabama Judge Allows Father to Sue on Behalf of His Aborted Child
Ever since the left's opened-mouth tongue bath to Big Abortion this year, there have been hints of a cultural shift (see NARRATIVE SHIFT: Marist Poll Shows 17 Point Swing For Pro-Life Position and Ashton Kutcher Shares Powerful Pro-Life Video. Are We About to See a Cultural Shift?). Endorsing straight up murder will do that. But in Alabama, a judge passed a ruling that has the potential to completely change the game for the pro-life movement: allowing a father to sue on behalf of his aborted child.
A teenager in Alabama is suing an abortion clinic for terminating the life of his unborn child against his wishes. On Tuesday, an Alabama county court recognized the aborted fetus, "Baby Roe," as a plaintiff in the lawsuit, making the case one of the first of its kind, his lawyer said.
This. Is. Huge.
Ryan Magers, 19, of Madison County, claims his girlfriend got a medicated abortion at the Alabama Women's Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville in February 2017 when she was six weeks pregnant, according to legal documents, even though he urged her not to terminate the pregnancy. Alabama recognizes the personhood of a fetus, so Magers is suing on behalf of the fetus and himself.
Not to spoil the miracle of life for you, but it takes a man and a woman to make a baby. Leftist pro-aborts claim this is all about the mother's body. They're wrong now, they were wrong in 1973, they'll forever be wrong.
Pro-lifers are more concerned about the body growing inside of the mother, an independent human life with its own DNA, half of which came from a dude's sperm. Yet we're constantly told the man has no say in the life of his unborn child. The life he helped create. Specifically that he created by half.
A successful lawsuit by a father suing an abortion clinic would set a completely new legal precedent. One which, let's be honest, would most likely go to the Supreme Court. Suddenly, all but the most ardent Trump haters would be happy Trump was the one who appointed two justices and not Madam Cankles of the cloth or something.
Ready your butts, folks. It's about to get interesting.