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Pro-abortion activists have blinded themselves to reality in their quest to normalize the killing of unborn babies in abortions.
They muddy facts and scientific evidence, malign and misinterpret pro-life advocates’ motives and mislead the public by repeating the same lies over and over again, hoping people will believe them. All for the goal of abortion on demand.
All this could be seen in a series of illegitimate attacks this month on a Missouri bill to stop the trafficking of dangerous abortion drugs and devices in the state. Abortion activists quickly misinterpreted the bill , claiming it would prevent women from receiving treatment for life-threatening ectopic pregnancies.
The bill does nothing of the sort – and pro-life advocates never would have supported it if it did jeopardized women’s lives – but that did not stop the misinformation from spreading.
In a piece at New York Magazine this week, writer Sarah Jones bashed the bill as “pseudoscience that could kill women”: Here is a scientific fact: Ectopic pregnancies are not viable. They occur when a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, which dooms the pregnancy and, without treatment, can doom a woman, too. Ectopic pregnancies can lead to hemorrhage and are the leading cause of death for women in the first trimester of pregnancy. Here’s another fact: There is one way to save a woman from an ectopic pregnancy, and that is through termination — an abortion. A proposed Missouri bill ignores these facts outright. Except it doesn’t.
Quite the opposite, state Rep. Brian Seitz, R-Taney County, told Newsweek he introduced the legislation with the goal of protecting mothers and babies after the Biden administration began allowing abortion drugs to be sold through the mail without a doctor’s visit.
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