New York Just Celebrated The Murder Of Full-Grown Babies By Turning The Sky Pink

On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, one of the darkest days in history, New York passed the strongest abortion bill to ever hit the nation.

And as pro-aborts celebrate their “victory”, pro-lifers mourn at the reality of this new abortion law which authorizes the slaughter of unborn babies of any age – even allowing them to be killed right up until birth.

To add further insult to injury, New York lit up the One World Trade Center in pink to celebrate the new abortion law, and once you hear the details of this new law, you will be furious.

This new law is so bad, it even protects men who physically abuse pregnant women, and kill their unborn babies.

Sadly, this new law has made it out of the “wish-list” hopes of pro-aborts into a shocking new reality.

In New York, it used to be illegal to kill babies after they passed 24 weeks.

But some called that former law too “restrictive”, so pro-aborts pressured lawmakers to write a piece of legislation so extreme, it allows for murdering of babies up until they are born.

And once the bill passed, New York’s governor eagerly signed it into law, overjoyed at the fact babies can be killed at any age.

Yes, full-grown unborn babies can be slaughtered, legally.

And this legislation hopes to make abortion even more “accessible”, by granting basically anyone the right to perform it – from midwives to physician’s assistants.

To add further insult to injury, New York also took away protection of unborn babies who are killed through domestic violence or other attacks. These unborn babies (over 24 weeks) used to be protected as potential homicide victims.

But now thanks to the pro-aborts, they wrote this law into a new section of the code.

Live Action reports:

“Live Action president Lila Rose issued a statement on the bill, saying, “Convicted criminals aren’t subjected to the death penalty in New York state, but now children up until the ninth month of pregnancy can be given lethal injections and poisoned to death. This is no different than infanticide…. New York’s law is barbaric and inhumane and rejects modern science and medical advancements that reveal the development and humanity of life in the womb…”

But New York did not only pass a law ensuring more babies would be murdered.

They celebrated it.

In a bold and defiant move to further show their hatred of unborn babies, they actually lit up the World Trade Center in pink – to “stand for women”.

This disgraceful move of celebrating evil in the flesh is truly a display of darkness being championed as “light”.

While New York has always proudly shouted their anti-life stance, this latest move is the ultimate celebration of darkness.

But this type of legislation was bound to pass.

After all, New York’s darling Hillary Clinton has long advocated for abortion, including speaking at Planned Parenthood attempting to “stand for all women”.

Well, it looks like Hillary has gotten her wish.

The scary precedent New York set is sure to be attempted in other liberal states.

Pro-aborts are terrified the Obama years have ended, and that President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are committed to life.

The battle for unborn lives is more than a march down a street once a year in Washington D.C.

Conservatives must stand up for life, and make sure to vote in legislators who will protect the sanctity of human life.

May God have mercy on our nation, that celebrates the brutal slaughter of unborn babies of all ages.

What are your thoughts on New York passing a law that allows abortion for unborn babies up to any age?

Why do you think New York then went on to “light up the sky” and celebrate the passing of such a horrific law?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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