Recently as a New York City superintendent was gathering the garbage, he felt something strange. It was a baby. “When I found the baby,” he said, “I didn’t know if it was real at first. It was so bad.” Not surprisingly, it made him sick. “After what happened, I just stayed in my apartment for a while because I didn’t feel well.”
Two days later, a 20-year-old woman was arrested and charged with self-abortion in the first degree, a misdemeanor.
Andrea Miller of NARAL Pro-Choice was outraged. “They have taken what should be a medical and public health matter and turned it into a criminal case,” she said.
Sonia Ossoria of the National Organization for Women agreed with Miller, saying, “It’s absolutely outlandish to charge her with self-abortion.”
So a woman kills her own baby, and the sole source of anger coming from the pro-abortion community is that she is being prosecuted. Not a word of sorrow about the dead baby.
In a perverse way, they may have a point: why is it criminally wrong to perform the exact same procedure that a well-paid doctor can do legally? If she is a monster, what does that make him? Moreover, had this same superintendent found a baby in the dumpster who had been dropped there by a Planned Parenthood worker, there would have been no prosecution.
Those running for president should be asked about this issue. How they answer this question would no doubt prove to be revealing.