Another Physician says that Late-Term Abortion is Not Medically Necessary

Good. Because it really isn’t. It’s ripping the baby from the womb in some ghoulish celebration of the dark masochistic senses that these ruling political elite tend to have. I mean any sane and normal person would disagree with Late-Term abortion unless they’re an extremely urbanized New Yorker who is politically motivated.

Believe me, there are some things politicians will say in the heat of a serious campaign to get elected, and then flip-flop on it later. This is not one of those cases. They signed this sucker into law and they have the right to to do whatever they want to the baby in New York. This is insane.

As reported by Daily Caller:

Doctor and Kansas Rep. Roger W. Marshall wrote an op-ed saying there aren’t any reasons why a late-term abortion is necessary to protect a woman’s health.

“To this day, I can’t think of a single scenario where I thought a late-term abortion would help to improve a woman’s mental health,” Marshall wrote in a Monday op-ed published by Fox News. “Contrary to the pro-abortion movement, regardless of the mother’s underlying medical health, I never saw the scenario where we had to choose between a mom’s life and a baby,” Marshall wrote.

Marshall is an obstetrician who has delivered more than 5,000 babies in Western Kansas over 25 years. He also served as an OB-GYN at a state mental health hospital and prison.

Pregnant women face much higher risks for uterine perforation and life-threatening hemorrhaging during late-term abortions, according to Marshall. The procedures also pose a high risk of infection, permanent scarring and infertility, according to the doctor.

“Point blank, late-term abortions are unsafe and are more dangerous than naturally occurring childbirth in almost any situation,” Marshall wrote.

A number of states, including Rhode IslandVermont, Virginia, Maine, New Mexico and Maryland, are considering proposals to expand abortion access allowing women to abort in the late stages of pregnancy. (RELATED: Trump Blasts Late-Term Abortion Legislation In Sotu Address)

New York passed the Reproductive Health Act on Jan. 22, codifying a woman’s ability to abort under state law and allowing women to have abortions after 24 weeks in cases where “there is an absence of fetal viability, or at any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life or health,” according to the legislation.

Marshall called New York’s law “inhumane” for both mothers and children.

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