Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion vendor in the United States.
And they’ve put pro-lifers in their crosshairs.
But Planned Parenthood just got derailed with this one ruling, and they’re furious.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky passed an anti-abortion bill, HB2, in 2017 mandating physicians must show an ultrasound image and play audio of the fetal heartbeat before the woman is permitted to have an abortion.
It looked as if the bill was doomed when a low-level federal judge struck down the law, citing violations of free speech.
The absurd decision resulted in an appeal, which landed in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
And now the Court struck down the previous ruling.
The Daily Caller Reports:
“We hold that HB 2 provides relevant information,” Judge John Bush wrote in the decision, according to the Journal. “The information conveyed by an ultrasound image, its description and the audible beating fetal heart gives a patient a greater knowledge of the unborn life inside her. This also inherently provides the patient with more knowledge about the effect of an abortion procedure: it shows her what or whom she is consenting to terminate,” Bush wrote in the decision, the Journal reported.
Governor Matt Bevin called the ruling a “major, pro-life legal victory.”
Opponents will say the bill is an overreach on someone’s right to privacy.
But the law is simple: if someone is to be deprived of their life, they’re afforded the right to due process.
Unborn children don’t have such luxuries, so a woman carrying an unborn baby being mandated by law to hear the heartbeat is the least society can do, to give that innocent child a chance.
But Planned Parenthood doesn’t think so.
In fact, they’re doubling down on pushing late-term abortions.
Just recently, House Republicans were denied a debate and vote on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, a bill that would ensure children who survive a botched abortion would be treated the same as any other newborn.
Planned Parenthood-controlled politicians made sure it failed.
Kentucky is leading the way with several anti-abortion laws, including this Ultrasound Bill that just gave a major blow to the Abortion Lobby.
And Kentucky has only one abortion clinic left.
Do you think the rest of the country should follow Kentucky’s lead?
Let us know in the comments.