Group That Funds Women’s Abortions Calls Aborting Babies “a Social Good”

National   Micaiah Bilger   Sep 13, 2017   |   4:20PM    Washington, DC

The Carolina Abortion Fund did not mention any caveats in its tweet. It simply said that abortion – the killing of unborn babies in the womb – is “a social good.”

Abortion activists have become bold in their messaging lately, proclaiming that they love abortion and are, indeed, pro-abortion. They openly embrace abortion without ever actually mentioning what it is or does.

The Carolina Abortion Fund helps women pay for their abortions. On Wednesday, the pro-abortion group not only praised the killing of unborn babies but also urged national leaders to force taxpayers to pay for them.

The tweet was a response to this National Network of Abortion Funds post:

The Hyde Amendment is a longstanding federal rule that prohibits taxpayer funding for most abortions through Medicaid. In the past four decades, it has saved more than 1 million children from abortion.

Hyde has had decades of strong, bipartisan support in Washington, D.C. and among the general public, but abortion activists have made it a key target. They want the government to support abortions up to birth for any reason and to force taxpayers to pay for them.

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If they succeed, an estimated 33,000 more unborn babies would lose their lives to abortion every year in America. Every unborn baby is a unique, living human being from the moment of conception. By the time most unborn babies are aborted, their hearts already are beating.

While Hyde remains, the Carolina Abortion Fund and other similar groups are fundraising to help women kill their unborn babies. The Carolina group does it with tacos and beer.

No matter what abortion activists claim, there is nothing good, socially or otherwise, about a procedure that kills almost 1 million unborn babies every year in America and leaves many of their mothers and fathers emotionally damaged for the rest of their lives.