The Dems are pulling out every possible stop to push their extreme pro-abortion agenda at the party’s national convention in Philadelphia.
A day after Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richard’s brazen speech against basic safety requirements for abortion clinics—which a vast majority of Americans actually agree with—NARAL Pro-Choice America president Ilyse Hogue took the stage to talk about just how wonderful it was that she was able to abort her first child.
“I wanted a family, but it was the wrong time. I made the decision that was best for me – to have an abortion – and was able to get compassionate care at a clinic in my own community,” said Hogue. “Now, years later, my husband and I are parents to two incredible children.”
However, one can be certain that if the child she aborted could actually speak for itself, his or her outlook wouldn’t be so inspired.
Here’s an excerpt from Hogue’s speech, right before she goes into her attack on the Trump-Pence GOP ticket. Below Hogue’s remarks in italics are the same sections, rewritten from the perspective of an unborn child facing an abortion:
To succeed in life, we have to have it first. I was unfortunate enough to be conceived after 1973, a time period wherein at least 58 million of my other unborn counterparts. I wanted to have a life outside the womb, but someone decided that it was the wrong time for them to even put me up for adoption. I may have siblings who can grow, play, learn and love now. Not so much for me, though.
My mother made the decision that was right for her. While she received compassionate care that could have just as easily been offered at a crisis pregnancy center, I was either subjected to a toxic saline solution, starved as a result of a hormone treatment, or dissected limb from limb before being pulled in pieces from her womb.
My story is not unique. According to 2012 statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, as recently as 2012, there were 210 of us aborted for every 1,000 that were born in the United States. It’s not just as simple as whether I we are in our first, second, or third trimester, or whether it’s the “right time” for us to exist, we are the same children at different stages of development—not able to make decisions that will determine our life or death.
If we want children to succeed, we start by letting all of them live. Provide biological accurate information about what we are, and respect our human right to life, even if it isn’t convenient. That’s what Hillary Clinton has spent decades fighting against.
(For more from the author of “If an Unborn Child Could Speak at the Democrat National Convention” please click HERE)