By CBN News. Dr. Leah Torres is a self-proclaimed “Nasty Woman OB/GYN” promoting healthy sexual practices and education. The political activist and general “do-gooder” has the pro-life community in an uproar with her gruesome statements outlining how she “silences” the child during the abortion procedure.
According to a report by Lifesite earlier this week, Dr. Torres tweeted, “You know fetuses can’t scream right? If transect the cord first so there’s really no opportunity, if they’re far enough along to have a larynx.” . . .
The gory comments have people like citizen journalist David Daleiden taking to Twitter to decry her disturbing statements.
The activist known for going undercover to expose Planned Parenthood for selling parts of unborn babies says:
CMP didn't end up doing an undercover site visit of @ppacutah in part because their abortion doctors were the only ones who actually scared me. Thanks @LeahNTorres for the very honest reminder. #PPSellsBabyParts #ShutThemDown https://t.co/fxy4u9d6ww
— David Daleiden (@daviddaleiden) March 14, 2018
Some call it an attempt at dark humor. But Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, isn’t buying it. “The tweet reveals the callousness and complete disregard for human life that is the hallmark of the abortion industry,” Hwakins said. “Joking about killing pre-born babies reflects the lack of respect for human dignity.” (Read more from “Doctor Admits She ‘Silences’ Fetuses So They Won’t Scream” HERE)
Abortion Returns to Supreme Court as Clinics Claim Speech Rights
By Bloomberg. For years, [anti-life] advocates have used the First Amendment as a weapon to challenge laws that require doctors to display an ultrasound or describe a fetus in detail to a patient.
Now it’s the anti-abortion side that says its speech rights are being violated.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday on a California law that forces licensed pregnancy-counseling clinics that promote childbirth as an alternative to tell patients they might be eligible for free or discounted abortions. Pregnancy centers say they are being compelled to advertise a procedure they abhor. (Read more from “Abortion Returns to Supreme Court as Clinics Claim Speech Rights” HERE)