The Abortion Failed to Kill Her Baby the First Time, So She’s Having Another One

International   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Aug 7, 2018   |   10:08AM   |   Washington, DC

Heidi Buckman is determined to kill her unborn baby.

The British woman had an abortion when she was 7 weeks pregnant but the abortion failed. Now she is complaining that she has to wait several more weeks to end the life of her unborn child.

Buckman was not able to secure another appointment for an abortion at an abortion facility that is located 2 hours from her home. She’s upset that the main abortion business in England will not be able to get her in to kill her unborn child until she is 15 weeks pregnant.

A news story in the British press focuses on how she’s upset she can’t destroy the life of her child any faster:

Ms Buckman, now 15 weeks pregnant, is angry at the treatment she received at Marie Stopes UK, which carries out abortions for the NHS.

Ms Buckman, who runs a cleaning business, said: “I’m so upset. I can’t think about anything else at the moment. I did not come to the conclusion of doing this lightly, but I had psyched myself up and I feel totally let down.

“Now it will be another two weeks – if indeed it actually happens – as I have totally lost faith.

“My kids have started to ask, ‘Why have you got a tummy?’ and the stress I am under is really putting a strain on my relationship.

“I feel like they don’t care. I’m just a number to them.”

Ms Buckman has two daughters aged 10 and 13 with her ex-husband and has been with her 38-year-old partner for seven years.

She became pregnant accidentally and with “mixed emotion”, the couple opted for an abortion.

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Buckman reportedly took the dangerous abortion pill that has killed 22 women in the United States and injured thousands more. It failed to destroy her baby’s life.

Amazingly, Buckman’s children understand that she has a baby and now they are going to be left with the memory of knowing their mother took the life of their sibling.