Planned Parenthood Angry They Will Have To Save Aborted Babies.
Life is precious. That’s something that Planned Parenthood has a tough time understanding as they dole out Morning After pills and perform abortions on the careless. Laws are in place to keep them from killing all unborn children. But a new bill has passed the House that will make it so they have to do the opposite of their usual baby killing. They will have to save the lives of babies that are still alive after the abortion is performed.
The Bill holds the doctors liable for the welfare of the baby. It forces the Doctor to act and try and save the baby. If a Doctor were to refuse and the mother could later hold the Doctor accountable. Those who perform these procedures and fail to give the babies medical attention could face fines and even jail time. Planned Parenthood was, of course, upset about this development and made a statement regarding bill H.R.4712.
This bill is unnecessary and is full of inflammatory language intentionally designed to politicize the provision of health care. Planned Parenthood physicians provide high-quality medical care and adhere to the most rigorous professional standards, including providing emergency care. The political agenda here is clear: to take away access to safe, legal abortion. Time and time again, the American people have rejected these blatantly political attacks on women’s health care. Instead of attacking women’s health, Congress needs to listen to the American people and invest in women and families.”
Watch Rep. Vicky Hartzler Argue For The Bill Below.
Doctors live by the code of “do no harm.”So why are they getting angry that they might have to do their jobs and save lives? Instead of their usual kill the baby and dispose of the body tactics?
The “invest in women and families” seems hypocritical. An organization that aids in the death of children and emotionally scars women doesn’t sound very family oriented. The Bill has passed the house so far but could reshape the way Planned Parenthood operates. Now they may actually focus on families and lives.