Pennsylvania Governor’s Decision Dooms Countless Babies To Death by Dismemberment
Friend of Hillary Clinton, the pro-abortion Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a bill Monday that would have protected nearly fully-formed unborn babies from brutal dismemberment abortions.
State Sen. Michele Brooks’ Senate Bill 3 passed the state legislature last week with strong, bipartisan support. It would prohibit brutal dismemberment abortions that tear nearly fully-formed unborn babies limb from limb while their hearts are beating, and ban abortions after 20 weeks when strong scientific evidence indicates unborn babies can feel pain.
Wolf, who has close ties to the abortion industry, vetoed the legislation Monday in Philadelphia, surrounded by abortion activists from Planned Parenthood and local elected officials, including Mayor Jim Kenney, Fox 43 reports.
“This is a sad day for women and children in Pennsylvania,” said Michael Ciccocioppo, executive director of the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation. “No living child should have to endure being ripped limb by limb from a mother’s womb, and no mother should have to endure the emotional pain of losing a child in such a brutal manner.”
Wolf repeatedly said he would veto the legislation, and he made several visits to Planned Parenthood abortion facilities throughout the state in recent months.
“This legislation is a disingenuous and bald-faced attempt to create the most extreme anti-choice legislation in the country,” Wolf said in a statement Monday. “This legislation is an attempt to criminalize the decisions that women make about their own health care, and this legislation destroys health care options for victims of the horrors of rape and incest.”
When you watch the video below, you will see that Governor Wolf is clearly lying, and simply wants to allow women to butcher babies to avoid the responsibility of their actions.
Michael Geer, president of the Pennsylvania Family Institute, countered that current Pennsylvania abortion laws are the true extreme. He said the United States is one of only seven nations that permits elective abortions past 20 weeks.
“Pennsylvania is better than that,” Geer said. “And yet, we have a governor who proudly celebrates the work of an abortion industry that relentlessly resists any and all humane efforts to protect unborn children — even those seconds and inches away from birth.”
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December 19th, 2017
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