House Republicans introduced new legislation that would stop infanticide and protect babies who survive abortion. This is a similar measure to one that pro-abortion former Speaker Nancy Pelosi blocked 80 times when she ran for the House.
Representative Ann Wagner (R-MO) announced the reintroduction of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, with House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA), and Representative Kat Cammack (R-FL) joining as original cosponsors.
The Born-Alive Act ensures that infants born alive after an attempted abortion receive the same protection of law and degree of care as any newborn.
“All children should have the right to receive lifesaving care, especially those who survive an abortion,” Wagner told LifeNews.
“The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act will provide commonsense protections for innocent children and their mothers and will ensure all babies receive the essential care they need at an incredibly vulnerable moment,” she said.
“It pains me that this fight has to be fought at all, but medical care for babies should not be a partisan issue. Now, with Republicans in the Majority, the House will finally take action and vote to protect the fundamental right to life,” Wagner added.
House Democrats displaying their collective cognitive dissonance on the abortion issue, a mental conflict that occurs when your beliefs don’t line up with your actions, tried to suddenly become advocates of aborted babies who made it out alive, even though are generally late-term abortion proponents.
During their “arguments” against the Act, Democrats shockingly claimed that requiring a newborn baby to be taken to the hospital somehow “endangers” the child’s life.
U.S. Reps. Jerry Nadler, D-New York, and Jan Schakowsky, D-Illinois, both made the claim on the House floor after Republican leaders brought the pro-life bill forward for debate.
“The problem with this bill is that it endangers some infants by stating that that infant must immediately be brought to the hospital,” Nadler asserted. Later, he added, “It directs and mandates certain medical care, which may not be appropriate, which may endanger the life of an infant in certain circumstances.”
The claim, disturbing as it was, did not stop Nadler’s peer Congresswoman Schakowsky from making a similar comment.
“[This bill] requires immediately taking a struggling baby to a hospital,” she claimed.
“That hospital could be hours away and could be detrimental to the life of that baby. This is nothing more than part of the effort to make abortion illegal nationally in this country. I object, and I urge a no vote,” the abortion activist added.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL): "[The bill] requires immediately taking a struggling baby to a hospital. That hospital could be hours away and could be detrimental to the life of that baby." pic.twitter.com/gsw9atN06u
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) January 11, 2023
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