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Hello from Texas! Please forgive my absence as we made our big move, I’m happy to be back with y’all I wish I could report that the abortion industry was quiet while I moved, but of course evil never rests. While friends and families gathered to celebrate Labor Day (and we unpacked), taxpayer-funded PBS took the opportunity to promote late-term abortionist by airing, “After Tiller.” The pro-abortion film follows four late-term abortionists and seeks to create empathy for the hard work they do killing babies. As expected, the film leaves out the details that would reveal the truth about abortion and the men and women who perform them. Not only does the film not show a late-term abortion procedure and/or what it entails, it excludes the perspective of the many women who have been injured by them. Operation Rescue recounts the heart-breaking stories of girls and women who suffered at the hands of late-term abortionist George Tiller, for whom the film was named. In at least one case, a fourteen year old girl was made to sit on a toilet to give birth to her aborted baby. As for the “doctors” highlighted in the film, Live Action News has put together a fact sheet of information conveniently left out of the film. PBS and “After Tiller” may try to humanize abortion but the reality is so obvious even a late-term abortion clinic owner had to admit, “Am I killing? Yes, I am. I know that.”
Interestingly, while “After Tiller” attempts to hide the truth about late-term abortion, pro-aborts are themselves revealing the truth behind the oft-quoted lie of wanting abortion to be “safe, legal and rare.” As Dustin Siggins covers at Life Site News, a new Texas law requiring abortion clinics in the state to upgrade their health standards has been overturned by a judge who felt it was unconstitutional. So while abortion clinics are unprepared for the potentially deadly results of the procedures they perform, to expect them to work …read more