What the abortion industry DOESN’T want you to know

This is what the abortion industry doesn’t want you to know.

The very same year that Texas passed the Texas Heartbeat Act, stopping thousands of abortions, the state also doubled funding of programs to offer support for women and their children.

One of the most common accusations from abortion activists is that Pro-Lifers are only “pro-birth,” and care nothing about women or babies after they are born.

Many abortion advocates will go so far as to label Pro-Lifers “pro-forced-birthers.”

Ultimately, all of these semantic games boil down to weak attempts to hide the truth.

Abortion, regardless of the circumstances, is the intentional killing of a preborn human being.

This fact must remain the crux of every abortion debate.

With the progression of science and technology the humanity of preborn children has become increasingly apparent.

Still, science has yet to discover a baby that does not want to be born. Where are all the preborn children who are being forced to be born by vicious pro-birthers? The very notion of forced-birth is absurd when one considers the humanity of the preborn.

Despite this, the abortion industry clings to the lie that the Pro-Life movement cares nothing for any Life outside the womb.

But this is a lie that has been debunked time and time again.

Visit any one of the thousands of pregnancy resource centers across the U.S. and you find that Pro-Lifers care deeply for the lives of preborn children, born children, and their mothers.

After the Texas Heartbeat Act took effect on September 1, abortions in Texas reportedly dropped by 50%. Many abortion businesses report that they operating well below 50%, as low as under 30%, of their usual operations.

With the abortion rate having dropped so dramatically, many have begun looking to Texas as an example of a post-Roe world.

For decades the abortion industry has proclaimed that without abortion women would be dying in every back alley, still other women would be forced out of the workforce critically damaging the economy, social welfare would fail and masses of children would be starving in the streets, and ultimately society would collapse into a heap of fiery ashes.

Now that we’ve had a preview of what America could look like without abortion, one question should be on our minds…

Where are the fires?

The state of Texas has maintained a steadily growing economy and rising quality of life.

Media outlets across the country have lampooned Texas over the Texas Heartbeat Act. The media has proclaimed that Texas is a vicious backward state that wants to force women into a subservient status to bear children with no regard for the wellbeing of either women or children.

In truth, Texas has actually increased state funding to programs that offer help and care to women and children.

Shocking, we know.

In the very same legislative session that saw the passage of the Texas Heartbeat Act, the Texas Legislature passed an amendment to the state budget that increased funding to the Alternatives to Abortion (A2A) program to $100 million.

The A2A program funds a vast state-wide network of pregnancy resource centers, maternity homes, and adoption services. These services for women and children offer care, assistance, and support without pressuring mothers into abortion.

One would think that programs like A2A should be uncontroversial. Both sides of the abortion argument should be eager to offer care and support to women and children, right?

Wrong. The abortion industry, abortion lobbyists, and pro-abortion Democrats have vehemently fought A2A since the program’s inception.

Abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood would like to be thought of as unbiased providers of care for women. But that is just not true. At the end of the day abortion businesses are just that… abortion businesses.

As much as the abortion industry proclaims they stand for women and “care no matter what.” When push comes to shove what the abortion industry stands for is abortion. If abortion is not pushed on women than they want no part in offering care for women and children.

So the next time someone accuses you of being “pro-forced-birth” because of your Pro-Life views, ask them what they really know about the Texas Heartbeat Act and A2A. 



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