For the third time this year, a federal judge has tossed out an abortion-related regulation in Texas â this time a law that bans a common type of second-trimester abortion unless doctors first employ an added procedure to ensure fetal demise.
In a ruling issued Wednesday afternoon, U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel of Austin said the law requires doctors to use risky, unproven and medically unnecessary methods to cause fetal demise before beginning a dilation and evacuation abortion, the safest and most common such procedure after the 15th week of pregnancy....
The strange wired fact is that the perpetrators of unborn child sacrifice to Molech, Baal, Astarte and Chemosh in its modern clinical form with their judicial, political, media and entertainment allies of the left, are virtually totally immune not only for their child murders, but even their murders of the children's mothers, as they carry out their wicked, unsanitary, and botched abortions.
Any other clinic in any state or federal area, that is not an abortion clinic, would be subject quite rightly to very rigorous laws of health and safety, hygiene, qualifications and vetting of medical and non-medical staff involved, care of the patients, and the necessity of planning carefully and being adequately prepared for any emergencies that may arise, and being linked up with accident and emergency facilities at suitable local hospitals in such an eventuality.
It seems that only abortion clinics must be exempt from such things, as of course, their prime objective, as with the OT temples of Molech, Baal, Astarte, and Chemosh is to take life, not preserve it, and that, obviously, in the leftists book is a "sacred" compulsion that must be preserved at all costs!!!
Update: Tragically, America elected Donald Trump, a pro-abortion child killer for president, who says he'd be happy for states to kill unborn children. See prolifeprofiles.com/trump.
Some God-fearing pro-lifers claim that abortion is a "states' rights" matter. The claim is that the very principles of justice (i.e., God Himself) would have federal governments tolerate a state's decriminalization of murder generally, or decriminalization of murder for any particular group of victims. (Whether the victims would be Jews, Christians, or children, the principles remain the same.) But the abortion states' rights position is as immoral as Roe v. Wade itself. The federal government has no authority to decriminalize child killing and neither do the states
In America, as with slavery, so too with abortion, it was the states themselves ¬ the U.S. Supreme Court that launched our abortion holocaust. The historical revisionism of Ron Paul &others aside, in the seven years before Roe v. Wade, 19 states were striking down their own laws banning abortion &explicitly permitting murder.