Abortion The abortion debate most commonly relates to the "induced abortion" of an embryo or fetus at some point in a pregnancy, which is also how the term is used in a legal sense.
Every single year, this silent horror kills about as many Americans as have been killed on all the battlefields in all of the wars in U. This silent horror is called abortion, and it is a national disgrace.
Overall, more than 50 million babies have been slaughtered since Roe v. Wade was decided in We have become a nation with so little regard for human life that nobody even really talks that much about this issue anymore. But the truth is that it is at the very core of what is wrong with America.
As I have written about previouslywe have become a nation that is obsessed with population control, and we have been exporting this sick philosophy all over the globe.
As you read this, there are workers from U. The goal of these organizations just like we see in the United States is to reduce the number of poor children being born. The sick control freaks that run things have decided that overpopulation is a plague that must be eradicated and that mass murder is the answer.
Unfortunately, there are very few people that are still willing to speak out strongly against abortion in America. So the carnage is just going to go on and on and on. What will the history books say about a nation that murdered 50 million of its own babies?
The following are 19 facts about abortion in America that should make you very sick…. Wade was decided back in Every single day, more than 3, American babies are killed by abortion. The scissors are then opened to enlarge the skull.
The dead baby is then removed. How can we murder our own children? Unfortunately, there are organizations out there such as Planned Parenthood that spend millions upon millions of dollars trying to convince the American people that abortion is okay.
Just check out this jaw dropping propaganda video. And every single year, politicians from both political parties continue to vote to give hundreds of millions of our tax dollars to Planned Parenthood.
There is no hope for America as long as this mass slaughter of innocent children continues to go on all across the United States. Please share this list of facts about abortion in America with as many people as you can.
We need to wake the American people up. Most Americans spend their days in an entertainment-induced haze and take very little time to think about the issues that really matter. And if you think that the issue of abortion does not matter, then you are dead wrong.
The mass murder of more than 50 million American babies is something that cannot be ignored.
Their blood is crying out to us from the ground where it has been spilled. Yes, this article is going to make a lot of people uncomfortable, but it is the truth.In , the Supreme Court reaffirmed its position that abortion should be legal in the case of Planned Parenthood v.
Casey. The case challenged a series of Pennsylvania regulations -- ranging from a mandatory waiting period for abortion to a spousal consent provision -- which limited a woman's access to abortion.
Why Abortion should not be Legal To begin with, whichever way one looks at it, abortion essentially concerns itself with the premature termination Show More Abortion: An Issue that Should Be Revised in the United States. "Since , legal abortions in America have taken the lives of 55 million people.
If 55 million Americans died tomorrow, whoever led the genocide would not get a parade in celebration, bumper stickers in support, or be a viable candidate for political office. State Facts About Abortion Each year, a broad cross section of U.S. women have abortions. This series of fact sheets provides data on the incidence of abortion as well as abortion .
"Since , legal abortions in America have taken the lives of 55 million people.
If 55 million Americans died tomorrow, whoever led the genocide would not get a parade in celebration, bumper stickers in support, or be a viable candidate for political office.
The debate over whether or not abortion should be a legal option continues to divide Americans long after the US Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade declared the .