Human Rights activist, Reggie Littlejohn says that she is amazed that NY state has implemented a new abortion law that is even more barbaric than anything they have in China.
Ms Littlejohn has been battling China for years over their barbaric practices. She points out that at least in China, once a woman goes into labor, the baby must be born alive and receive proper medical treatment. In Virginia, their governor, Ralph Northam even said that it would be fine to kill a baby was that born alive.
Twice, over the past week and a half, the Republicans have offered a born alive bill, but both times the Democrats killed it, obviously letting us know they think killing a baby that’s been born is a “women’s health issue.”
The new law, the “New York Reproductive Health Act,” allows abortion “at any time” to protect the “health” of the patient, Ms. Littlejohn said.
Unlike in China, there “is no restriction stating that an abortion cannot be performed during labor. The term ‘health’ in the New York law is undefined,” she said.
“Under Doe v. Bolton, ‘health’ includes ‘all factors—physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the woman’s age—relevant to the well-being of the patient,’ and this expansive definition of ‘health’ has been interpreted to allow abortion at any time for any reason,” Littlejohn noted.
“Accordingly, New York’s new law allows unrestricted abortion up until birth, including during labor,” she concluded.
Littlejohn, who has fought against China’s family control policies for more than a decade, expressed her astonishment at how the United States could have surpassed China in its brutality.
“How can it be that in the United States an abortion law exists that is even more barbaric than that of the Chinese Communist Party? How did we reach this point, and what does it mean for our future?”
“If we can learn anything from the agony of China’s one-child policy, it is that such brutality must be stopped before it spreads. Aborting a baby that is in the process of being born is an act of barbarism that should not be enshrined in the laws of our land.”