Obstetrical nurse comments on ultrasounds

An obstetrical nurse who recorded videos of preborn babies in the womb on ultrasound, speaks about the babies she recorded:

“These kids will be able to watch themselves in the womb! It could have a huge impact on abortions. Even at five or six weeks, a week or two after the first missed period, we can see a beating heart. I think it will make a difference.”

Harriet Hamilton, an obstetrical nurse with 42 years’ experience who works at Dr. Wolfson’s office in Colorado Springs

Karla Dial “Bringing Good Things to Life “ Citizen June 2003

7 week 3d ultrasound

7 week 3d ultrasound

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Pro-choice activist blames pro-lifer for tripping

A pro-choice activist writes about how much she hates pro-life people. She says:

“Abortion is Murder” his sign said. I was looking at that sign and thinking about the real murders that happened recently at abortion clinics when I stepped off the curb and the concrete rose up to meet me.

“Are you all right?” someone asked me as I walked along cradling my arm. “Yeah,” I said. “I was looking at that abortion protester when I fell,” I tried to explain. “I blame him; I hate them now more than ever.”

“A Word From the Publisher.” Blue Stocking, Spring 1995, page 2.

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Pro-choice writer explains why she would have aborted a baby with Down syndrome

Pro-choice writer Ruth Marcus writes the following in the Washington Post:

“This is a difficult subject to discuss because there are so many parents who have — and cherish — a child with Down syndrome. Many people with Down syndrome live happy and fulfilled lives. The new Gerber baby with Down syndrome is awfully cute….

I have had two children…I can say without hesitation that, tragic as it would have felt and ghastly as a second-trimester abortion would have been, I would have terminated those pregnancies had the testing come back positive. I would have grieved the loss and moved on.

I’m going to be blunt here: That was not the child I wanted. That was not the choice I would have made. You can call me selfish, or worse, but I am in good company. The evidence is clear that most women confronted with the same unhappy alternative would make the same decision….

Technological advances in prenatal testing pose difficult moral choices about what, if any, genetic anomaly or defect justifies an abortion. Nearsightedness? Being short? There are creepy, eugenic aspects of the new technology that call for vigorous public debate. But in the end, the Constitution mandates — and a proper understanding of the rights of the individual against those of the state underscores — that these excruciating choices be left to individual women, not to government officials who believe they know best.”

Ruth Marcus “I would’ve aborted a fetus with Down syndome. Women need that rightThe Washington Post March 9 2018

Below: Diagram of a D & E abortion – the most common kind of second trimester procedure. This is probably the way her baby would have been aborted. As you can see, regardless of what the mother feels, the abortion is probably more “excruciating” to the baby.

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Pro-choicer: killing a fetus doesn’t make abortion wrong

Pro-choice author Rene Denfeld says:

“Recently, however, pro-choice supporters have realized that proving the fetus is alive and that abortion kills it does not prove that abortion is wrong.”

Rene Denfeld “Forward” in Leslie Cannold The Abortion Myth (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1998) xvii

Aborted child at 10 weeks

Aborted child at 10 weeks

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Former abortion worker: abortionists talked badly about patients

Former abortion worker Annette Lancaster says the following about abortionists in her clinic:

“Physicians often talked badly about patients while performing procedures on them. Sometimes physicians would not use the proper amount of sedation. They would tell the patient they were providing them with certain medications, but they were out, so the patient didn’t get it.”

Nicole Russell “Women Hurting After Working For Planned Parenthood Turn Here For HelpThe Federalist JANUARY 30, 2018

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Woman filled with grief after her boyfriend pressures her into an abortion

A postabortion woman told the following story:

 

“I got an abortion on March 4, 2017. I knew I didn’t want one, I knew it was wrong, and I knew it was a mistake. I’m 21 and a senior in college. I’m graduating in May and so is my boyfriend. He’s the logical one, and I’m the emotional one. I wanted to keep my baby, but he refused to even consider it. Although I know he would help me raise the baby in the end, he would resent me and even told me how miserable he would be. I kept saying, “I don’t want to have an abortion; I want to keep my baby; this is wrong; I’m going to regret this; you’re forcing me to do this,” etc, etc. He still kept saying we had to. He got up and drove me to the clinic… I went in still saying I didn’t want to do it.

 

Right before I went back, my boyfriend finally told me, “If you get back there and decide you can’t, I’m not forcing you to do this.” But his face was saying, “You have to get this abortion.” Minutes later, they called me back and what was I supposed to do—ruin my boyfriend’s life? He made it very clear that’s what I’d be doing if I kept the baby. …. I made the biggest mistake of my life, and it’s something I’m never going to forgive myself for.

 

I can’t stop crying. I hate myself. I have a stuffed animal I keep dressing up in the onesie I was given at a Women’s Care Center when I got my pregnancy test. They were so kind there. I don’t want anyone else to ever have to feel this way. I wish I had at least postponed the appointment a few weeks, so I would have been able to have more time. Now it’s too late, and there’s nothing I can do to ever get my baby back. I’m never going to hold him, hug him, kiss him, care for him, feed him, take him to his first day of school, take him to college, watch him grow up, read him stories, or play with him. And those are only a few things I’m never going to get to do because of abortion.”

Ashley Wehrli “15 Women Who Regretted Their Abortion Tell All” Babygaga Apr 20 2018

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New pro-lifer: the pictures opened my eyes

A woman who saw pictures of aborted babies on the Priests for Life website now opposes abortion. She says:

“I always thought I couldn’t really have an opinion about someone else having an abortion, as I never knew their circumstances… I also work at the Children’s hospital here, and see so many sad situations, and I would never wish death on any of my wonderful kids that I work with, but you see how neglected and abused they’ve been all their life because their mom was raped or mom wasn’t responsible. HOWEVER- I’ve changed my mind. I happened onto your pictures, and bawled the whole way through… We’ve had babies as small as one pound born to us, and their parents and families pray, and trust, and just want the baby to live, yet perfectly healthy babies are ripped cold-blooded from the womb. I’m devastated. The pictures really opened my eyes, and I am now COMPLETELY against abortion. I would rather open my home to those babies and take them in myself, than to know they were killed. How is abortion NOT considered murder? Anyway, I just wanted to thank you, and share some of my thoughts. Thank you for your time, and God bless your efforts. — Jessica”

Pro-choice to Pro-life: Comments From Our Visitors Regarding the Graphic Photos of Abortion on our Website Priests for Life

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Abortionist compares abortion to war, other forms of killing

Pro-choice activist Judith Arcana, who has done abortions, says:

“I think abortion belongs in the same context as assisted suicide, euthanasia, even war and domestic self-defense – all situations that require the taking of life with moral, ethical knowledge and acceptance of responsibility.”

Judith Arcana ““Feminist politics and abortion in the US,”  Psychology and Reproductive Choice

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Pro-life activists document horrific conditions in closed abortion facility

Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue describes an abortion facility that her group purchased. When they entered the building, they discovered that conditions inside were filthy. She describes below:

“I was working with Operation Rescue when it purchased an NAF approved abortion facility in Wichita, Kansas, in 2006 and evicted the abortion business. When Troy [Newman] ==took possession of the building, he and I, along with a couple of our friends, went in to take our first eager look around. The clinic was filthy. From the carpet to the walls to the ceiling, everything was worn, outdated, and dirty. Plumbing leaked. Mold grew in the ceiling where the roof chronically dripped. The electrical system was hazardously out of code. The junction box could not be closed due to the obstruction of a water pipe that extended from the water heater, which had been dangerously installed under it.

The entire office was permeated with a putrid odor. Under a dirty sink was an industrial garbage disposal that was clogged with rotting material, possibly human in origin. That sink was the source of the stench.

In the 23 years that the abortion business had occupied that building, never had a representative from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment ever darkened the doorway of that clinic, and it showed. However, on the window separating the receptionist from the patient waiting area, there was a proudly displayed sticker indicating that the facility had met NAF’s so-called “standards” that same year.”

Cheryl Sullenger The Trial of Kermit Gosnell (World Ahead Press, 2017) 58 – 59

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Pro-life sidewalk counselors save 76 babies at Fargo clinic

A pro-choice author documented the following:

“Antiabortion activist Robyn Robertson reported that sidewalk counselors who picketed in front of Fargo’s abortion clinic persuaded 76 women to continue their pregnancies just in the first eight months of 1984.”

This was revealed in Robyn Robertson, letter to the editor, Forum, August 8, 1984

Karissa Haugeberg Women against Abortion (Chicago, Illinois: University Of Illinois Press, 2017)

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