Abortion laws are being challenged all over the world. The U.S. is no stranger to these fights. Finally, real civil rights of unborn babies are being recognized. But guess what? Planned Parenthood is trying to stop it.
Reported from RedState
Governor of Indiana, Mike Pence, signed House Bill 1337 into law on March 24. The law banned abortions based on a disability diagnosis (such as Down Syndrome), or because of the unborn child’s gender or race. This law was another victory in the fight against the abortion industry. Other governors, such as Scott Walker, Matt Bevin, and John Kasich, have all recently signed pro-life legislation, and the pro-aborts could not be more upset.
Planned Parenthood is quite unhappy with this new legislation in Indiana, and filed a lawsuit today against the state to stop it. As LifeSiteNews reports:
The legal complaint says that Planned Parenthood’s abortionists “strongly object to having to participate in informing women that Indiana law prohibits an abortion solely because of the fetus’s race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex,” or disability.
“PPINK is aware that some of its patients seek abortions for a reason banned by the Enrolled Act,” the lawsuit says, “and PPINK anticipates performing such abortions in the future.”
Yes, you read that right. Planned Parenthood, who preaches non-stop of protecting a woman’s individual rights, is happy to discriminate against an unborn life based on disability, race, or gender. It is entirely comparable to the Nazi persecution of the mentally and physically disabled.