Tuesday, July 2, 2013

What Wendy Davis really stands for

Just in case we needed a reminder, here's what Texas pro-abortion politician Wendy Davis was really standing for:
In July of 1993, a 15-year old mother was brought to Women’s Health Care Services to abort her little girl in the late stages of pregnancy. In fact, so far advanced was the pregnancy that the baby was already in position for delivery.

Not having yet perfected his induction method of abortion, according to accounts, Tiller “injected the baby’s head, in two places, the left side of her forehead above the eyebrow and at the base of the skull, with Potassium Chloride, leaving permanent burn marks and needle track scars.”

When the young mother returned the next day for the actual abortion procedure, it was found that the baby had not died, as intended, from the lethal injections into her head. The mother was sent to a local hospital where the baby was delivered, wrapped in a blanket, and left in a bassinet without attendance to die.

Amazingly, after 24 hours, the child continued to live in spite of the fact that she had not been cleaned up, her umbilical cord was still attached and she had received no hydration or nourishment. A nurse took pity on the baby and contacted an attorney, who in turn contacted a loving family that adopted the little girl, whom they named Sarah.

Although doctors said Sarah would not survive eight weeks, under the loving care of her new family she lived for five years. Tiller’s attack on Sarah impaired her growth and left her brain damaged, blind, and unable to walk. Nevertheless, her family members never viewed her as a burden and were blessed to be a part of her short life.

Now, let me clarify: Wendy Davis does NOT stand for little Sarah's survival.  Wendy Davis does NOT stand for the value of little Sarah's life.  To people like Wendy Davis, the only tragic part of the story of Sarah Brown is that Sarah survived the abortion that was supposed to kill her, and lived for five short years, bringing love and joy to her adoptive family.

No, Wendy Davis stands for the right of women to go to an abortion clinic when their babies are already in position for delivery and to have those babies killed.  The injection of deadly chemicals into the brain didn't work, so now abortionists prefer to jab a pair of closed scissors into the head of a child like Sarah, and then open those scissors, wreaking immediate destruction on the delicate brain tissues, after which the tiny corpse will be delivered.  And that's what Wendy Davis really stands for, in those fetal-tissue-pink tennis shoes of hers.  We should try to remember that as the media attempts to make a hero of this woman.

UPDATE: Read the stories of more abortion survivors here.

1 comment:

Magister Christianus said...

Yours is the first piece that did not laud Ms. Davis to the hilt. According to everyone on Facebook, she is a hero and unless you stand with her, you are worse than pond scum. Thank you for posting this, Red.