The Sickening Abortion Legality That No One Talks About – What You Need To Know

The right to life is one that should be guaranteed to every human being – beginning at conception.

After all, it is God who creates us all, and only God has the authority to end a life.

With all of the legalities surrounding abortion in our nation, one man has begun to fight for an important issue that has fallen into the background of the abortion debate.

Ryan Magers learned that his girlfriend was pregnant in 2017.  He stands for life, and he knew the baby was already a human being worthy of that right.

His girlfriend, however, decided to have an abortion.

He plead with her to change her mind, to let him take responsibility for the care of the baby – everything he could possibly do to save the child.

She aborted their baby when she was six weeks pregnant.

Now, pro-life advocacy group Personhood Alabama has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Magers’ behalf against the abortion facility because he was given no opportunity to stop his own child from being murdered.

The Supreme Court has found laws requiring a spouse’s or partner’s consent for an abortion to be unconstitutional.  And the same goes for the mother notifying the baby’s father prior to having an abortion.

In the eyes of the law, the father has no legal basis to fight his partner having an abortion – even if the couple is married.

The faulty reasoning is that the woman has a right to make her own private medical decisions, that they are confidential, and that the woman is “more directly affected” by the pregnancy.

Last November, Alabama voted to amend its state Constitution to expand the rights of the preborn should Roe v. Wade ever be overturned, citing the “sanctity of unborn life and the rights of unborn children.”

Alabama is also one of twenty-one states that signed on to a Supreme Court brief wherein those states have bans on dismemberment abortion currently invalidated by High Court rulings.

Alabama is one of the states that recognizes that an unborn child is legally a person, but this too is currently invalidated unless Roe v. Wade is ever overturned.

The lawsuit on behalf of Ryan Magers seeks damages from three employees of the Alabama Women’s Center, as well as the drug company responsible for the manufacture of the abortion pill used to kill Magers’ unborn child.

Magers explains that it was like his “whole world fell apart” after his child was aborted, despite his attempts to save the baby’s life, according to a report on the case by LifeSite News.

“I’m here for the men who actually want to have their baby.  Even though there’s nothing I can do for the situation I was in, there is something I can do for the future situations for other people,” Magers says of his lawsuit against the abortion clinic.

This case is the first of its kind in Alabama, and pro-life groups hope it will shine a spotlight on another innocent victim of abortion – a father who wants to keep his child.

With the despicable law recently passed in New York allowing for extreme late-term abortions – even infanticide — the fight for life has never been more important.

And other states are beginning to consider following in New York’s footsteps, including Virginia, Vermont, and more.

Hannah Ford with Personhood Alabama says that Ryan Magers’ case is a “timely reminder that every single abortion committed is a chilling assault on a precious and innocent human life – an intolerable violation of the most basic, God-given human right, the right to life,” according to LifeSite News.

The legality of abortion is the most important issue of our time, and will have the greatest impact on the future of our nation.

How will we be remembered in history for violating the most sacred of God’s gifts – for so casually murdering millions of innocents all over the world in the name of convenience?

It is inconceivable that any child should die because a woman doesn’t want the responsibility, but when a loving father is not allowed a say in whether his child lives or dies, we have come to a new level of evil.

What do you think of the lack of legal rights for fathers who want to keep their babies when their spouses or partners decide to have an abortion?  Leave us your comments.


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