The Strongest Pro-Life Legislation In American History Just Passed

A major victory for the pro-life movement just took place in Iowa, which will save the lives of countless babies.

The Heartbeat Bill was just signed by Iowa’s governor, and is touted as the strongest piece of pro-life legislation ever passed and has sent shockwaves through the country.

Liberals are going wild and are absolutely terrified at what this new bill will do to the abortion business, and are scrambling to stop it, but they are missing one major point.

In fact, this legislation shows how much elections really matter, in passing legislation to protect unborn lives.

The Heartbeat Bill forbids abortion if a heartbeat is detected.

Think of how many babies with a beating heart will now be saved because of this new law!

Iowa’s governor took a bold stand for life, knowing the road ahead might be messy, as liberals were bound to try and stop the legislation.

But still, she persisted.

While many politicians cave at the last minute and seek to avoid rocking the boat causing waves, Governor Reynolds went all in for life.

Even more moving, she stated how her faith made her defense for life unwavering.

CNN reported:

“Reynolds, a Republican, acknowledged that the law is expected to face legal challenges on Friday as she explained her support for the law as rooted in religious conviction. 

“I understand and anticipate that this will likely be challenged in court,” the governor said in a statement. “However, this is bigger than just a law. This is about life.”

She added, “it is immoral to stop an innocent beating heart … my faith leads me to protect every Iowan, no matter how small.” 

Shortly after the bill signing, the American Civil Liberties Union announced plans to sue to stop the law from going into effect.”

Pro-aborts are panicking at the thought of not being able to kill babies at a whim.

This piece of legislation validates what Americans already know – a beating heart is a life.

But without having abortion on demand, liberals are in full-blown panic mode.

Because the bill forbids abortion after a heartbeat is detected (when a baby is about 6-weeks old), liberals are whining a woman won’t have the time to “take off work” to “get her abortion” in such a short timeframe.

NPR reported:

“No Democrats voted for the bill. “This unconstitutional bill is nothing but a thinly veiled attack on Iowa women’s most basic rights and freedoms — every woman deserves the fundamental right to make decisions about her own body with her doctor,” Democratic National Committee women’s media director Elizabeth Renda said in a written statement…

“The likelihood that an individual can miss her period, get a pregnancy test, then make an appointment to see an abortion provider, take time off of work if she’s working, find child care for her other children, get in to get her abortion and have all of that done prior to a six-week time period is absolutely unrealistic and unreasonable,” said Dr. Jamila Perritt, a fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health, which advocates for contraception and abortion rights.

But yet again, liberals are missing the point.

The Heartbeat Bill has made it clear that a beating heart is a life, and that life must be protected at all stages.

Perhaps if a woman has passed the legal time frame for an abortion, she will come to understand the life growing inside of her is worth protecting.

However even if a woman refuses to acknowledge her baby as a life, the law now protects the innocent life growing inside her.

While the victory is a huge win for pro-life activists, babies in other states need protection too.

The road is long, but Iowa just showed America, it can be done.

What are your thoughts on the Heartbeat Bill?

Do you think liberals will succeed in striking down the law which will soon protect life at the first sign of a beating heart?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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