WASHINGTON, D.C., February 4, 2020 (LifeSiteNews)– President Donald Trump repeated his call for a restriction on late-term abortion during his annual State of the Union address Tuesday evening, while attracting the country’s interest to a living, grinning instance of the youngsters who can have been be legally killed had their mommies made a various “selection.”
“As we pray for all that are unwell, we understand that America is continuously attaining new clinical breakthroughs. In 2017, medical professionals at St. Luke’s healthcare facility in Kansas City supplied among the earliest early infants ever before to survive,” the head of state said, referencing 2 of his special guests present.
“Birthed at simply 21 weeks and also six days as well as considering much less than a pound, Ellie Schneider was a birthed fighter. With the skill of her doctors as well as the petitions of her moms and dads, little Ellie continued winning the fight of life. Today Ellie is a strong, healthy two-year-old lady, resting with her outstanding mommy Robin in the gallery. Ellie and Robin, we rejoice to have you with us this evening.”
“Ellie advises us that every youngster is a wonder of life, and many thanks to modern clinical marvels, 50 percent of extremely premature infants supplied at the medical facility where Ellie was birthed now endure,” Trump proceeded. “Our objective should be to make sure that every baby has the most effective possibility to flourish as well as grow much like Ellie. That is why I’m asking Congress to provide an extra $50 million to fund neonatal research study for America’s youngest clients.”
“That is why I’m additionally hiring members of Congress here tonite to pass regulation finally prohibiting the late-term abortion of babies,” Trump stated. “Whether we are Republican, Democrat or independent, undoubtedly we have to all concur that every human life is a sacred gift from God.”
The Pain-Capable Unborn Kid Security Act, which would outlaw abortions starting at 20 weeks, would certainly require Republicans taking back the US Legislature in November, and also Republican politicians to either win a 60-vote Us senate majority or customize the existing filibuster guidelines.