Life News: The tiny baby was writhing, her chest rising and falling as she struggled for her first breaths.
Had Gonzalez instead called an ambulance for the newborn infant, she would have had a good chance of survival. Babies born at 23 weeks gestation often survive premature births if they receive proper medical care.
Instead, pandemonium broke out inside the clinic. Gonzalez grabbed a pair of orange-handled desk scissors and severed the baby’s umbilical cord, but did not clamp it. She shoved the baby into a red biohazard bag along with caustic chemicals meant to speed decomposition, and tossed the baby onto the roof of the clinic.
When [Dr.] Renelique arrived at the clinic at 3:00 PM, he finally attended to [the mother]. Read More…
Opinion: The above case occurred in Miami in 2009. No one was prosecuted.
Yesterday, the US Senate had the opportunity to right this injustice by voting to send the Born-Alive Abortion Survivor’s Protection Act for a full Senate vote.
The vote failed to pass. See how Senators voted HERE.
“And the Lord was sorry that He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved in His heart.” Genesis 6:6
Read more on the vote here.