More Pro-Abort States Line Up To Follow The Leader Of Death

New York has started a deadly precedent sweeping the nation, and babies everywhere are in danger.

Ever since New York’s Death Star abortion bill passed, other states have lined up to follow suit, and each bill they’ve introduced is worse than the last, almost as if states are competing to see just how far they can push the envelope.

And the sick truth is, you won’t believe how many other states have introduced bills advocating for babies to be slaughtered without remorse.

We’re sad to report 5 other states have introduced horrific abortion bills that are truly some of the worst bills we’ve ever seen.

  1. Virginia: The Commonwealth of Virginia made international headlines this past week, ever since a video during a subcommittee went viral. Delegate Kathy Tran actually admitted her bill would permit babies to be aborted while the mother was in labor.

After the media crucified her comments, she responded to the backlash by walking back her comments – and other cosponsors of her bill claimed they didn’t actually “read the bill” before they signed on, and have since withdrawn support.

But then the sitting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam was quoted saying he would first allow the baby to be born AND THEN the doctors and mother could decide the fate of the baby.

In other words, he appears to support infanticide.

But this news should come as no surprise, as Planned Parenthood has dumped millions of dollars into Virginia to help elect Northam, and they backed Delegate Tran too.

The bill was tabled, but it isn’t completely dead, as many left-wing Democrats are still on board with the idea, and if they gain more seats in the upcoming election, anything goes.

  1. Vermont: Next on the list is Vermont.

Vermont’s bill is currently the most extreme – which is terrifying considering just how bad New York’s and Virginia’s are.

In case you missed it, Mommy Underground reported on the horrific content of this bill.

Vermont’s pro-abort bill guarantees abortion as a “fundamental right”, which means a woman can have an abortion for any reason.

Actual language from the Vermont bill states:

“Every individual has the fundamental right to choose or refuse contraception or sterilization.  Every individual who becomes pregnant has the fundamental right to choose to carry a pregnancy to term, give birth to a child, or to have an abortion. A fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus shall not have independent rights  under Vermont law.”

This is horrifying! Abortion on demand as a fundamental right?

God help us all.

  1. Rhode Island: Rhode Island doesn’t just have one abortion bill up for consideration, they have two.

And, they want taxpayers to pay for them.

LifeSite News reported:

“Both H 5127 and H 5125 would “eliminate any constitutional restrictions on late-term abortions” and “eliminate any constitutional restrictions on methods of abortion.”

It would also “undermine the authority of the State and the Department of Health from enacting and adopting constitutional restrictions on the performance of abortions at facilities where abortions are performed.” And, it would “require the State to pay for all abortions sought by Medicaid-eligible pregnant women and women covered by the “payer of last Resort” program.”

Rhode Island joins in the list of states who are terrified of Roe v Wade being overturned, so they are scrambling to “protect” abortion in their state.

But Rhode Island has a Catholic Governor, so you would think she’d be opposed to this bill, right?

Wrong.

Just like New York’s Catholic Governor, she is in full support of expanding abortion.

  1. New Mexico: New Mexico is one of 9 states that still retain their “unenforced, pre-Roe abortion bans”.

And pro-aborts are so terrified of President Trump’s potential ability to appoint another pro-life Supreme Court Justice to finally overturn Roe v Wade, they too are joining other states in introducing legislation to guarantee abortions.

Life News reported:

“Sponsored by state Rep. Joanne Ferrary, the bill would repeal a state statute from the 1960s that prohibits abortions except in cases of rape, incest or threats to the mother’s life. The statute is not in effect because of Roe v. Wade, but if the Supreme Court overturns the case, it would go into effect again.

Ferrary’s bill would change that. Instead of being one of nine states that would make it a crime for an abortionist to kill an unborn baby, New Mexico would become a state that allows abortions without restriction.

Essentially, unborn babies could be aborted for any reason up to birth.”

Unlike the Virginia bill that died in committee, the New Mexico bill passed last Friday and is now headed to the House floor for a vote.

  1. Massachusetts: Last year Massachusetts passed The Negating Archaic Statutes Targeting Young (NASTY) Women Act – which would keep abortion legal should Roe v. Wade ever be overturned.

And now, they are working to pass a bill which will make it easy for underage minors to get abortions without parental consent.

WBUR reported:

“The minors consent law that’s been in place created a lot of unnecessary and burdensome and harmful barriers for young people in the state,” says Jennifer Childs-Roshak, president and CEO of the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. “Young people have the ability to make these personal decisions about health care and about whether they’re ready to be a parent.”

We already trust minors to make reproductive health decisions like buying condoms and getting birth control from a doctor, Childs-Roshak says. She doesn’t see why abortion should be any different.”

As if scared young teens need abortion clinics persuading them to get abortions.

The only reason pro-aborts would want to eliminate parental consent is because they want the power to prey on vulnerable teens, without the “interference” of parents blocking their abortion agenda.

Even though it’s well known Planned Parenthood actually sided with sexual predators, over sexually abused teens.

Absolutely sickening.

We are truly entering into a frightening period for our country.

Now more than ever, Christians must remain fervent in prayer, as it is truly only the power of God that can break this spell of darkness.

After all, from the very beginning it was King Herod who ordered the government to murder male children under 2 years old.

The fight to protect life is one that will always exist.

It is critical to elect politicians who are pro-life and to oust those who support abortion come election season.

But let’s not underestimate the power of prayer in fighting back against the spiritual darkness.

What are your thoughts on the record number of states introducing abortion bills?

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