The pro-life movement has been winning skirmishes across the U.S.
But the pro-death camp has been tightening their iron fist in as many strongholds as possible.
And what abortion activists just pulled off in this state will make you seething mad.
Ohio’s Senate just voted down an anti-abortion measure that would have saved thousands of innocent unborn babies’ lives.
State House Bill 258, or the Ohio Heartbeat Bill, would have banned abortions if there was a detectable heartbeat.
This would have banned all abortions after 6 weeks.
But Governor John Kasich and the Ohio Senate decided that Planned Parenthood and other abortion strongholds should continue slaughtering 20,000 unborn babies a year.
LifeSite news reports:
Last week, Kasich explained his reasons for vetoing the bill: “[H.B. 258] is contrary to the Supreme Court of the United States’ current rulings on abortion. As the losing party, the state of Ohio will be forced to pay hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to cover the legal fees for the pro-choice activists’ lawyers.”
But pro-life advocate Janet Folger Porter told State News that this heartbeat bill is different.
“This is the bill that was crafted exactly for the Supreme Court. It was meant from its birth, from its conception, to be before the court. Nothing else needs to be done to this and anything else is a delay that not only hurts its chances for override, it can kill the bill and the babies it is meant to protect,” Folger Porter said.
As we previously reported, Governor John Kasich vetoed this bill to the delight of Planned Parenthood and abortion activists all across Ohio.
He claimed the courts would have struck it down, but he didn’t even give the bill a chance before the court to see if that would have been the case.
And now the Ohio Senate has also decided that the murder of 20,000 unborn babies is right as rain.
Abortion lobbyists and those of the pro-death camp will continue to advocate slaughtering innocent unborn babies as a basic human right.
And politicians like John Kasich and members of the Ohio Senate are just fine with that.
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