Lila Rose, President
|As Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention today, Live Action is releasing a new video that exposes the cruel late-term abortion procedure Planned Parenthood advocates using to end the lives of fully developed preborn children.|
In the new four-minute video, former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino uses medical animations to show how a third-trimester abortion is committed. At 25 weeks gestation, the baby is already fully developed, can usually survive outside the womb, and can feel the excruciating pain of the abortionist’s needle being thrust into her to end her life.
Most Americans don’t realize that federal law makes it legal to abort babies into the ninth month of pregnancy. Planned Parenthood has consistently fought state and federal restrictions on late-term abortions and lobbies for abortions right up until the moment of birth.
When Cecile Richards speaks today, she will desperately try to cover up this and other gruesome parts of Planned Parenthood’s abortion agenda with euphemisms like ‘women’s health care’ and ‘reproductive rights.’
But we won’t let her get away with it. Live Action developed this video to strip away the flowery language and force our nation’s leaders -- regardless of party -- to see the inhumanity and barbarism that Planned Parenthood is really advocating.
Abortionists are killing close to 13,000 children every year in the third trimester. Instead of making their mark on the world, these children's lives are brutally cut short during a violent late-term abortion.
We need to do all we can to save those precious lives.
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