NBC Celebrates 20-Week Abortion With Inaccurate Article. Here Are the Real FACTS...
The Senate made an unfortunate ruling upholding the "right" of women to abort after 20 weeks. And Satan rejoiced. Meanwhile, abortion activists danced on the graves of dismembered babies (see Actor Kevin Sorbo and Wife Sam Sorbo Pen Powerful Column Against Abortion and Trump Administration Rescinds Another Obama Pro-Abortion Rule). Such is feminism in the year 2018.
In celebration of the ban rejection, a sleazy abortion-loving doctor "explained" babies can't really feel pain until they're born. He's also a former consultant to Planned Parenthood and member of NARAL, so he definitely doesn't have a vested interest in making abortion look harmless or anything. NBC featured the story.
Research has shown a fetus does not yet have the capacity to experience pain until at least the third trimester, an… https://t.co/oew16H2PCK— Dr. Daniel Grossman (@Dr. Daniel Grossman)1516981600.0
When babies start to feel pain is a highly disputed topic in the medical field. A single study with cherry-picked data doth not a definitive answer make. In fact, unborn babies' retraction to painful stimulus before birth shows evidence the small human packages are trying to preserve themselves. And evade the pain of having their skulls crushed.
Dr. Gross Man went on to mansplain why women seek late-term abortions.
If patients are forced to continue a nonviable pregnancy, they will be forced to withstand the physical impact of o… https://t.co/gMmOV2e7Nx— Dr. Daniel Grossman (@Dr. Daniel Grossman)1516981233.0
Again, yet another highly debatable statement being launched from his thought cannon. Not all women want to end "nonviable" pregnancies (see Tim Tebow's Moving Case Against Abortion: Doctors Called Me a 'Tumor...'). And certainly not all women need to end them, as this doctor suggests. Many physicians claim abortion is never necessary, even to protect the health of the mother. Meaning women whose lives are at risk during pregnancy can have procedures, outside of abortion, done to treat the threat. You can read more about it here.
It appears Dr. Tweetalot has fun spinning facts as much as NBC.
Mothers whose babies die in the womb are entitled to labor inducement, delivering a stillborn child. Practitioners act as if the trauma of a stillborn is more impactful than willingly ending a child's life. Credit where due: they're good at acting (see Actor, Jeremy Irons: ‘Abortion Harms Women.’ Leftists Respond with Hate…).
“The nerve fibers that connect the pain receptors to the cerebral cortex, where they would be able to perceive the pain, those fibers aren’t even present until the third trimester of pregnancy – after 26 or 28 weeks,” he said.
“There is some data to suggest that the fetus is kind of in a semi-anesthesized state throughout all of the pregnancy and that all of the perceptions are blunted.”
Dr. Killachild seems to negate his own claim, using words like "some" data and a few subjective studies. He tries to garner feels with his talk about delivering stillborns, but completely disregards the trauma of abortion. Dismembering a child is small potatoes, apparently.
With new evidence disputing the claim unborn babies feel no pain, abortion doctors should uphold their Hippocratic Oath, not to be confused with the Hypocritical Oath.
And now for a rare occurrence: a civil conversation on abortion.