Over 58 million babies have died since Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade

Over 58 million babies have died since Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade

Since the well known Supreme Court order in Roe v. Wade, more than 58 million infants have lost their lives. Planned Parenthood wants people to believe that most of these innocent babies didn’t lose life to save their mothers’ life.

In additions, as per the Guttmacher Institute, which is originally housed inside Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s corporate structure, roughly 93% abortions included healthy women with healthy babies.

Even then, Planned Parenthood has been insisting that numerous demonstrable health advantages- physical, emotional, and social-have accumulated in Americans since 1973.

Planned Parenthood explained, “The most important benefit was the end of an era that supported the proliferation of ‘back alley butchers’ who were motivated by money alone and performed unsafe, medically incompetent abortions that left many women dead or injured”.

Numerous questions have been raised previously, including did Roe v. Wade save the women being treated at Kermit Gosnell’s ‘House of Horrors’ for more than three decades?; Did Roe v. Wade save the lives of the infant delivered alive and killed by Mr. Gosnell when they took their first breaths in his infested abortion clinic?

This isn’t the reality because Roe v. Wade wasn’t the end of an epoch, but rather the onset of a battle to take care of the health and safety of women in America who have faced the consequences, and even lost lives after visiting legalized abortion clinics countrywide.

Numerous abortion supporters are still backing the procedure saying that it protects the health of women, but the same supporters don’t favor common-sense regulations that would ultimately make abortion facilities safer for the health of women.

For almost two decades, Mr. Gosnell’s Pennsylvania abortion clinic has functioned without inspection, and it was exposed as unsanitary and dangerous only the moment federal officials stepped into the facility to conduct a drug raid.

A report published in Washington Times informed, "The large majority of these innocent children did not die to save the lives of their mothers, as Planned Parenthood would like for us to believe."

In fact, according to the Guttmacher Institute, which was originally housed within Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s corporate structure, approximately 93 percent of abortions involve healthy women carrying healthy babies.

Yet, Planned Parenthood continues to insist “many demonstrable health benefits — physical, emotional, and social — have accrued to Americans since 1973.”

According to a report in Texas Tribune by Edgar Walters, "A group led by an anti-abortion advocate appears to be one of the largest recipients of state funding from the “Healthy Texas Women” program, which lawmakers recently created to help women find health care services paid for by the state."

Phone calls to the Heidi Group’s office in Round Rock were not immediately returned. The organization, which is led by abortion opponent Carol Everett, has previously described its mission as “promoting life affirming hope and dignity to girls, women, and their families seeking self-sufficiency.”

"It’s very inappropriate that the state would contract with an organization that has never performed the services required by the contract," said Heather Busby, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, in a statement. "The Heidi Group is an anti-abortion organization; it is not a healthcare provider."

The Healthy Texas Women program is the product of a reconfiguration of the state's women's health services, ordered by state lawmakers in 2015. That came four years after the Republican-led Legislature made sharp cuts to the state’s family planning budget and ousted Planned Parenthood from the joint state-federal Medicaid Women’s Health Program.