Dangerous Pro-Abort Bill Could Legalize Infanticide Up To 28 Days After Birth 

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While pro-life states are passing legislation left and right to protect babies – the opposite is taking place.

Leftist states are terrified at the thought of abortion being restricted, so they’re passing radical legislation with massive loopholes – one even legalizing infanticide.

And once you hear about the latest bills out of Maryland you’re bound to be horrified.

House Bill 1171 also known as “Declaration of Rights – Right to Reproductive Liberty” would essentially allow voters to decide whether abortion should be enshrined into the Maryland Constitution.

If the bill passes, voters would decide in the November 2022 election.

As if that bill isn’t horrific enough – there’s another one – which takes things even further.

Senate Bill 669, also known as the “Pregnant Person’s Freedom Act of 2022” was set to have a hearing last week, but the hearing was canceled.

But just how bad is this legislation?

CBN News reported:

“The American Center for Law and Justice ACLJ) is sounding a warning on both of the Maryland bills, especially Senate Bill 669, which the nonprofit constitutional and religious rights law firm said could “effectively legalize infanticide.”

In a blog post, ACLJ Associate Counsel Olivia Summers explained, “The bill also proposes a revision of the fetal murder/manslaughter statute that would serve to handcuff the investigation of infant deaths unrelated to abortion. In other words – this bill will effectively legalize infanticide.”

And let’s be honest – if there is a loophole to exploit – pro-aborts will use it.

While infanticide is clearly horrific – it’s not the first time the term has been touted around.

The worst part about the bill is the ambiguous language that leaves room for the unthinkable. 

CBN News continued:

“The ACLJ associate counsel also cautioned since the bill’s language is not clearly defined, the measure “could prevent any investigations into the death of infants at least seven days AFTER their birth, and may extend to infants as old as four weeks!”

“There is no clear definition of the term ‘perinatal’ in the Maryland Code,” Summers explains. “Note the term used in the legislation is ‘perinatal,’ not prenatal. Prenatal naturally means ‘before’ birth. The medical definition of ‘perinatal’ is vastly different: ‘The perinatal period is defined in diverse ways. Depending on the definition, it starts at the 20th to 28th week of gestation and ends 1 to 4 weeks after birth.'”

Definitions matter – especially when it comes to saving a baby’s life.

As the battle for life continues around the country, we can expect states to step up and work to make their own laws.

Texas signed into law their lifesaving Heartbeat Act, which has already saved countless unborn babies from being slaughtered.

While states like California have worked to make abortion more accessible even for minors – teaching them how to hide it from their parents.

Other pro-abort states like New York have welcomed people to cross state lines and kill their babies, while Ohio passed life-saving legislation. 

And of course – the battle has already made its way to the Supreme Court where Biden has selected radical pro-abort advocate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as his pick.

In the upcoming spring months – now more than ever we’ll see where politicians really stand – and see if they have the guts to do the right thing to save unborn babies. 

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