APPALLING: There Are Four Times As Many Late-Term Abortions Than Homicides in New York City
Newly released government statistics show that there are more than four times as many late-term abortions committed in New York City than there are homicide victims.
The most recent CDC report on abortion offers the numbers from 2015. The report tabulates that there were 1,485 abortions performed during the year at or after 21 weeks gestation in New York City alone. The New York Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation totaled 352 victims of “murder and non-negligent manslaughter” in 2015 for the same city.
Although abortion proponents claim that late term abortions are rare, those numbers bare out to 4.1 late-term unborn victims of abortion per day in New York City. This compared to .96 homicide victims per day in the city. Individuals are more likely to be terminated in the womb by a doctor than killed on the streets by a violent criminal.
These numbers are not expected to subside as new data emerges, after the state of New York passed a law that will increase the practice of late-term abortions in January.
The liberal New York Times summarized the law as follows: “The new state law says a health provider may perform an abortion in the state before 24 weeks–and later if the fetus is not considered viable or if the procedure is considered necessary to protect the woman’s life or health. Those are all similar to stipulations made by the Supreme Court.”
President Donald Trump is very much aware of the modern-day holocaust that is taking place in New York City and across the country. He addressed it in his State of the Union Address earlier this year.
“Lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother’s womb moments from birth. These are living, feeling, beautiful babies who will never get the chance to share their love and their dreams with the world,” Trump said.
“To defend the dignity of every person, I am asking Congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late-term abortion of children who can feel pain in the mother’s womb,” he added.
Democrats in Congress refuse to act on Trump’s directive, as they want to protect and expand the barbaric practice in the name of so-called women’s rights.
With states such as Missouri, Alabama and Georgia passing strong laws to restrict abortions in recent weeks, the issue may once again be decided by the Supreme Court. Trump appointees Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh will be put to the test.
SCOTUS may have a chance to overturn Roe v. Wade if the judges have the courage to take on the inevitable backlash from women’s groups and others who agitate on behalf of the culture of death.