October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. As we close out the month, it is fitting to remind you that the monsters that run Planned Parenthood and their rabid supporters want the right to kill babies that have been diagnosed with down syndrome.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky has asked a federal judge to throw out abortion restrictions signed this year by Gov. Mike Pence that were blocked from taking effect July 1.
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt issued an injunction in June that stayed enforcement of House Enrolled Act 1337. The law would have mandated disposal of an aborted fetus only through burial or cremation and prohibited abortions because of genetic abnormality, race, sex or ancestry. The law also mandated abortion providers inform patients of anti-discrimination provisions and what they prohibited.
Planned Parenthood moved for summary judgment in its favor Tuesday in Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky Inc., et al. v. Commissioner, Indiana State Department of Health, 1:16-cv-00763, arguing the statute’s provisions are unconstitutional.
Oh, and don’t forget that your Democratic Presidential nominee supports the “right” to chop up babies because they have down syndrome:
“I will defend a woman’s right to make her own health-care decisions,” Clinton said to a few hundred supporters packed into a sweltering recreation center. “I’ll tell ya, I’ll defend Planned Parenthood against these attacks. And I commend the women of this state, young and old, for standing up against this governor and this legislature.”
It’s sickening that she won’t defend the defenseless.
If you agree with the monsters at Planned Parenthood and Hillary Clinton, wait until they find that elusive LGBT gene. Or maybe a future mother doesn’t like left handed people. Or red hair. Or freckles. The so-called “slippery-slope” has crashed into the bottom of the abyss.
Fortunately, not everyone is a monster.
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