The Democrat party is becoming the party of late-term abortions.
High profile Democrats at the state and federal level have come out swinging in defense of infanticide.
Now, you won’t believe what this governor did to make sure newborn children won’t survive.
North Carolina Democrat Governor Roy Cooper vetoed legislation that would require doctors and abortionists to provide medical care to newborns who survived botched abortions.
It would have required these newborn children to be guaranteed the same rights and protections of the law that any other newborn or person is afforded when they go to a hospital, clinic or facility.
This comes as Chuck Schumer called Republican efforts to protect newborns that survived abortions, “bogus.”
After a slew of Democratic lawmakers defended the gruesome process of letting babies die after they survived a botched abortion, Republicans in the House, led by Reps. Steve Scalise (R-LA) and Ann Wagner (R-MO), sought to push a bill that guaranteed the safety of newborn children.
The Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act is a bill to ensure babies born during an abortion is given the same medical care as any other baby born.
It had strong bipartisan support among voters.
According to Rep. Steve Scalise and Rep. Ann Wagner, claim “86 percent of Republicans, 70 percent of Democrats, and 75 percent of independents support this legislation.”
Why a bill that guarantees the safety of newborn children is even needed has many peoples’ head spinning.
But when states are allowing late-term abortions and even defending the murder of born children, action is required.
With a Democrat-controlled House however, a discharge petition would be needed to mandate a vote.
And if a majority of House members signed it, it would be brought to the floor for a full debate and vote, over objections of the House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi.
The bill ultimately failed to get enough Democrat support.
And now, in the North Carolina legislature, it’s unclear whether or not Republicans can override Governor Cooper’s veto.
The fact legislation like this is even necessary is beyond disturbing.
Children are innocent, precious miracles and should be treated as such.
Are you worried that more states aren’t doing enough to protect not only the unborn, but babies who survived the botched abortion? Let us know in the comments.