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One of the worst and most dishonest arguments from the pro-abortion crowd is that pro-lifers don't care about children once they're here. A particularly grotesque argument maintains it's more charitable to murder an unborn child who might be born into less than affluent circumstances than to ensure their life is protected and honored.

Yesterday, Alabama blew up the internet by passing and then signing into law a heartbeat law, making it possible to prosecute abortion providers who perform abortions after a baby's heartbeat is detected. Despite the minuscule number of abortions performed in the case of rape or incest (which make up an estimated 1.5% of all abortions -- and that's a high estimate), Alabama's bill made no such concessions, leaving one exception only -- the life of the mother.

Following the truly horrific 2015 revelations that Planned Parenthood was harvesting baby parts and haggling over baby brains for profit, Republican governors across the nation moved to ban taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood.  In February 2016, then-Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law a bill that restricted state funding to Planned Parenthood. While a lower court had previously blocked the state from stripping $1.5 million in funding from the nation's top abortion provider, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Ohio can indeed defund Planned Parenthood.

Democrats really stepped in it when they forsook "safe, legal, and rare" in exchange for a nationwide push to codify infanticide up to and after birth. Despite the media's attempts to sweep the issue under the rug, the damage is done. A new Marist Poll commissioned by none other than The Knights of Columbus found public attitude shifting in favor of life and by a lot. 17 points a lot. For the first time in 10 years, Americans (based on the poll sample, anyway) are just as likely to identify as pro-life as they are pro-choice.

Virginia Governor Northam's days in office may be numbered. Under pressure from both sides of the aisle, first for endorsing murdering newborn babies and then for donning racist costumes while in med school. Endorsing infanticide was just fine. The media and Democrats continue to pretend it never happened. But Northam's racist costume was a bridge too far, apparently.

Kathy Tran desperately needed some good PR Thursday in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding her radical abortion law proposal, and when a Twitter post of hers failed to persuade people, a familiar Democrat-friendly source swooped in to try and save the day. The Virginia Democratic Delegate reactivated her Twitter account Thursday morning to address the "misinformation" being spread about "The Repeal Act", which would significantly loosen restrictions on third trimester abortions and make access to them much easier:

Unborn human beings in West Virginia and Alabama received a huge win on Tuesday when voters chose amendments that would protect their rights in utero if the Supreme Court overturns Roe vs. Wade. Without Roe vs. Wade, abortion would go to the states. In West Virginia, voters chose to end taxpayer funded abortions. Alabama citizens voted that those unborn human beings have a right to life.
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