Michael Brown: New York Reveals Its Blood Lust for Killing Babies With New, Extreme Abortion Law

New York was already doing a fine job of slaughtering its unborn, especially its black babies. Why, then, did it need to pass a new, more extreme abortion law? And why did New York do this on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade? There’s one simple answer: blood lust.


Secular media outlets are reporting that New York just updated its “archaic” abortion law.

Yet somehow, even with that “archaic” law, New York was already the abortion capital of America, aborting babies at twice the national average.

Somehow, New York was still managing to kill one baby for every two babies born.

And, despite that “archaic” law, New York City was able to kill more black babies in the womb than bring them to birth.

But no, that was not enough. The law must be expanded.

Today, a perfectly viable baby of nine-months, ready to be born at any minute, can be slaughtered by the will of the mother.

That is blood lust.

That is the spirit of baby killing.

There is nothing humanitarian or compassionate about it.

It is cruel. It is unwarranted. It is murderous.

And it utterly Orwellian to refer to it as the “Reproductive Health Act.” Why not call it for what it is?

The moral bankruptcy of New York’s new law – the pride of “Christian” governor Andrew Cuomo – is fully exposed in the last phrase of this sentence: “an abortion may be performed by a licensed, certified, or authorized practitioner within 24 weeks from the commencement of pregnancy, or [if] there is an absence of fetal viability, or at any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life or health.”

Yes, the baby may be terminated “at any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life or health.”

And what, exactly, does that mean? What if the mother’s mental health needed to be protected? What if she felt, the day before her due date, that she just couldn’t take the stress of having a child. Would that merit abortion?

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown