WARNING: I felt a need to post this video to show how campaign rhetoric, character assassination and lies are still alive and well in this campaign season, when it comes to pro-life. The video link at the bottom of this page is disturbing, is age inappropriate for some, and shows the actual intact-delivery by abortion of a premature fetus (a baby boy) as it is pushed out of his mommy’s vagina and his subsequent treatment. If you have a queasy stomach or are extremely emotional, you may not want to watch the video. The cruel and inhumane treatment of this baby boy after his delivery, shows him being moved around and prodded like he isn’t alive or human, and once again shows man’s inhumanity to man.
I have no attachment to Carly Fiorina and personally, I think it is too early in the campaign season to make up my mind on who I would like to see in office, but one thing I do, always have, and always will have is a strong and steadfast opinion when it comes to pro-life.
I’ve watched Carly Fiorina, Republican presidential debate slammed, ridiculed, pelted with rubber contraceptives, and called a liar since her speech on September 16, 2015, where she said:
“Watch a fully formed fetus on the table, its heart beating, its legs kicking, while someone says, ‘We have to keep it alive to harvest its brain.’ This is about the character of our nation, and if we will not stand up and force President Obama to veto this [Planned Parenthood defunding] bill, shame on us.”
The video is about 13 minutes long and is made up of five segments as the camera man/woman turns the camera off and on as he/she moves to different positions, depicting a few seconds of a 17-½ week fetus, still alive and moving following an intact-delivery abortion.
This unedited version of this video proves that this termination is an abortion, not a miscarriage as some have suggested. Mom’s go to a hospital to deliver, or in the midst of a miscarriage, not an abortion mill. The cold, calculated, and uncaring treatment of this tiny premature fetus is obvious in the way it is pushed and prodded, unlike what a hospital maternity ward would do by gently handling and using an incubator and doing whatever is necessary to try to save this precious little life.