WASHINGTON: You may not know her name, but most news aware American’s know her face. She is Kathy K.L. Tran, a Virginia Democrat. She was busy on January 9th introducing bills to the Virginia House of Delegates.
The one that made Ms. Tran infamous is House Bill No. 2491 — Abortion; eliminate certain requirements.”
Virginia House Democrats propose legislation to allow abortions up until the moment of birth
Todd Gilbert (R): Where it’s obvious a woman is about to give birth…would that be a point at which she could still request an abortion?
Kathy Tran (D): My bill would allow that, yes pic.twitter.com/UHgzU3EGDA
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 29, 2019
There are late-term abortion laws in many states. What the recently passed bill in New York and this bill in Virginia do is take away any restrictions that would stop a woman from ending a baby’s life up to, during and after birth.
Thus removing the illegality of the horrific abortion/murder practices of Dr. Kermit Gosnell.
From CDN reporting:
“Gosnell was indicted in 2011 on eight counts of murder stemming from babies who were born alive then murdered, and a woman who died on his table.”
“Gosnell spent nearly four decades overseeing his legal clinic where babies were being born alive in toilets and had their spinal cords “snipped” to complete their murder.”
Back in 2014 when Gosnell was part of the news cycle, he made little noise. The media seats in the courtroom were left empty. Why? Either because the idea of late-term murder of unborn children is so abhorrent, journalists were uncomfortable.
Or, more likely, that the media, in lockstep with the liberal agenda to procure and sell valuable second and third-trimester “body parts”, did not want to address the reality of killing babies more than viable outside the womb.
Because baby murder is an unpleasant subject. But oh those profits.
Liberal commentators talk about how it is for the benefit of the health of the mother, or to terminate a non-viable infant. But that is not true. The process of bringing a child from zygote to birth is fraught with dangers to both the mother and the child.
Birth defects can range from Down syndrome which is not necessarily lethal to diseases like encephalitis, that has a much larger morbidity rate. But there are few instances where a woman will make it to the third trimester and not know of possible birth defects.
I want to clear something up so that there is absolutely no doubt.
I’m a Board Certified OB/GYN who has delivered over 2,500 babies.
There’s not a single fetal or maternal condition that requires third trimester abortion. Not one. Delivery, yes. Abortion, no.
— Omar L. Hamada, MD, MBA (@OmarHamada) January 23, 2019
However, via standard practices, from amniocentesis to sonograms, birth defects in the fetus will almost always be known well before birth. The reality is seen in this 25-week, of 6.5 months, sonogram or a healthy baby girl. Only a protege of Mengele could believe that killing this child is acceptable.
The destruction of Down syndrome people that deserve to be protected
Listen to the words of actor and Downs advocate, J.F. Stephens, a man with Down syndrome who eloquently speaks of the “final solution” being perpetrated on the unborn.
His statement “I am a man with Down syndrome and my life is worth living” is awe inspiring.
Please note at 7:34 in the above video, Stephens says “seriously, I don’t feel I should have to justify my existence.”
Can you put yourself in Mr. Stephens seat before Congress, and speak of the challenges of having to “justify” your life? He also says let’s be America, not Denmark and seek answers, not final solutions.
Can our politicians in New York and Virginia stop and consider that point? Probably not.
Kathy Tran – Cankerworm Advocate
What makes this entire sad episode in our journey toward higher evolution is that this same Virginia representative, Ms. Tran, also introduced a bill, HB 2495 Fall cankerworm; spraying prohibited during certain months. This bill is to stop localities from spraying pesticides intended to suppress an infestation of the fall cankerworm during the period between March 1 and August 1.
The life of the cankerworm, a leaf-eating invasive pest that kills fruit trees, has more value than Mr. Stephens. The species include a variety of “worms” from the inchworm of nursery rhymes to tent caterpillars that can destroy a tree in a single season.
Because a mother faced with the aspect of raising a child with Down syndrome, or for just about any other reason that may cause her emotional distress can kill her child. What reasons could there be? Maybe the baby is a brown haired girl when she really wants a golden-haired boy.
Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act
Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., is reintroducing the H.R.4712 – Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection in the Senate. Following New York legalizing abortion up to birth last week and the Virginia Legislature considering a similar bill Monday Sasse says:
“Everybody loves babies and that love has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with just having a heart. This legislation is an opportunity for Congress to find consensus built on common sense, compassion, science, and a simple fact: every baby deserves a fighting chance at life. Providing care for newborns is more important than partisan political divides. Every baby has dignity—every baby deserves protection and love.”
Sasse will be asking the Senate to agree to pass the bill by unanimous consent Monday
“On Monday, I’m going to ask all 100 senators to come to the floor and be against infanticide. This shouldn’t be complicated.”
Help Senator Sasse, if so inclined, and call the Senate and politely ask them to vote for the bill (directory here).