Senate Democrats Block Bill Protecting Late-Term Unborn from Murder, No Statement from DWS
Remember this statement from Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in response to Jeb Bush’s statements that the federal government had no role in gun control?
“In claiming that there is no role for the federal government in regulating gun safety, Jeb Bush is insisting that Americans simply must accept future violence and leave a response to the possibility of a state-by-state solution. I am speechless,” she said.
“Republicans like Jeb Bush should put the wishes of the American people, who demand action like universal background checks, ahead of the endorsement of special interest groups,” Wasserman Schultz continued. “They must stop excusing the murder of our neighbors as the inevitable price we pay for constitutional liberties. Geography should not determine whether one has basic protections from gun violence.”
Her speechlessness overwhelmed everyone as she referenced a comment by Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) when she stated, “To remain silent or to discourage action is to be complicit in the future shootings that will occur.”
It seems the shoe is on the other foot right now. Senate Democrats blocked the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act from moving forward. In a 54-42 vote, two Republicans jumped ship to oppose the bill while three Democrats joined in support of the bill. The vote was split along party lines with the exceptions noted.
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The three Democrats who supported the bill were Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Bob Casey (D-PA), and Joe Donnelly (D-IN). Opposing Republicans votes were Sens. Mark Kirk (R-IL) and Susan Collins (R-ME). Four members of the Senate did not vote: Boxer (D-CA), Murray (D-WA), Warner (D-VA) and Murkowski (R-AK).
It seems “special interest” won and the big money business of “organs from murdered babies” continues, probably buying plenty of Senate votes. Despite the outrage of the public at the released videos exposing this heinous business by Planned Parenthood, Senate Democrats ignored the “wishes of the American people.” Despite laws enacted in some States identifying abortion as illegal, a Supreme Court decision intimidated those responsible for enforcing the law to ignore the law, meaning the mindset of “it’s okay to kill the unborn” grabbed many American citizen.
The political party of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz told Americans with their votes in the Senate that “Americans simply must accept the murder of the unborn and the selling of their body parts even though the people responded in a state-by-state solution.” All but two Democrats in the Senate proclaimed, “We support special interest groups, Planned Parenthood, the murder of the unborn, the selling of murdered baby body parts to the highest bidder, and the money it makes some over the wishes of the American people.” A recent poll indicated that 60 percent of Americans supported the recently defeated bill.
The depravity is such that women actually “tweeted” on a hashtag their pride in committing the act of murder against their unborn child. Planned Parenthood called it a win for “reproductive rights.” What in the blue blazes is “reproductive rights?” Where does that “right” begin and where does it end?
A group of nine in black robes decided in 1973 that women had the “reproductive right” to murder their unborn. However, the Declaration of Independence declares that men are “endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, which include life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” God commanded, “Thou shalt not commit murder.” God did not give any qualifiers, such as age or whether an individual was attached to another. Yet, the Supreme Court Justices “bestowed” these “imaginary rights” to women, making the government the giver of the “right” to murder or not to murder based on criteria government develops.
Democrats, like Wasserman-Schultz, with their votes, declared, “We as America must accept the murder of the most innocent among us as the inevitable price we pay for women’s rights and feminism regarding reproductive health (as Democrats say). Age and whether a baby is detached from the mother determine whether one has basic protections under the law. It is not considered murder when a woman has this medical procedure to end her pregnancy. However, should any individual murder a child after a reasonable time passes after birth, they will be held accountable according to the law.”
Can any one of these people explain how pregnancy endangers “reproductive health?” Ovarian cysts — yep, threat to reproductive health. Saggy, boggy uterus — problem. Endometriosis — danger to reproduction. Uterine fibroids — difficulty with reproduction detected. Torsion of the Fallopian Tube — barrier to reproduction. But, pregnancy a danger to “reproductive health?” — don’t see it.
A not so speechless Wasserman-Schultz on remarks made by Jeb Bush pertaining to gun violence has been eerily silent on the “win” to murder the innocent unborn in the Senate. Women who committed murder when they had their babies killed in the womb have proudly proclaimed their action. So how about it Debbie? Coming out for some “high fives” with your girls anytime soon?
“To remain silent or discourage action against future murder of innocent babies in the womb is to be complicit in future murders that will occur.” The definite unfettered support for these murders and procuring of murdered baby body parts for profit is a sure sign of being complicit. While the Second Amendment limits government from infringing on the people’s right to bear arms, no law exists at the federal level and the majority of States making the murder of the unborn legal. So, what law are you and the Democrats supporting Debbie?
It’s so incredulous that the Senate put forth this bill when the murder of the unborn remains illegal and criminal, not to mention heinous. Here’s the scenario: murder of the unborn is illegal but we Senators have to pass a bill to protect the unborn that feel pain (late term) from murder. That makes sense. All together for one big roll of the eyes. But, the bill didn’t pass so open season continues for women to kill unborn babies at any stage of pregnancy.
Planned Parenthood makes money off murdering babies and selling murdered baby body parts. Those organizations/corporations receiving the organs make money from the end results of the research. Members of Congress get money from both PP and the corporations doing research for re-election campaigns. Exactly, what has the woman who murdered her baby received in return for helping these cretins make money?
*Article by Suzanne Hamner