As tragic as this case is, it highlights the mental and logical gymnastics we must go through in order to justify abortion. In a Phoenix abortion clinic in February, an abortion went “wrong”, which is to say it went in the right direction for the baby. Instead of aborting the baby, the child was alive after he was born and that caused a problem for the abortionist. (See how crazy this all is?)
The abortuary called 911 to report the baby born alive and asked for an ambulance.
"The fetus is breathing so we need care for it now," said the caller. “We can't provide that care except for oxygen and we're trying to keep the fetus stable until someone arrives." (Emphasis added)
That’s right. They can’t provide that care because their only mission is death, not life.
"Nobody did anything wrong," said Kat Sabine, Executive Director of the Arizona chapter of NARAL Pro-Choice America in April when she spoke with 12 News. "Absolutely nobody did anything wrong. The doctor, in fact, did everything right,” said Sabine.
Well, except for the part where they tried to kill the baby before she was born, but we don’t expect NARAL to admit that. In fact, while the laws of the state may not have been broken, the laws of morality were. According to a pro-life leader in Arizona, "Maybe the child was born and lived for a moment. Maybe it lived for more than a few moments, I don't know. I wasn't there. But I do know this, you had a human being that was born, a human being who died."
The news report ends by telling us that “the fetus died minutes after being taken to the hospital.” How can a fetus die? I thought they weren’t alive to begin with? Even George Orwell wouldn’t believe the ways we’ve stretched reality and truth in order to embrace abortion.