Saturday, January 21, 2017

Obama Ends His Term with 8 Million of Aborted Babies

Last Tuesday, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, gave his last speech in front of the nation. But what many omit is the deplorable number of babies who died as a result of abortion in the United States, a situation driven from the White House on multiple occasions by President Obama with his “pro-death” laws and decrees.

During the eight years of the Obama administration, an estimated 8 million abortions were performed in the United States, 1 million per year, according to information provided by the Alan Guttmacher Institute in 2011. It is also estimated that the number of abortions in the United States is equal to or greater since this date.

During his last months as President, Obama issued an executive order limiting all 50 states to withdraw their economic support to Planned Parenthood (the biggest abortionist organization in North-America), while foreseeing a change of government and with intentions to weaken this organization. This according to

Obama and Cecile Richards (Planned Parenthood)
Not only did his government promote abortion, but business owners and religious organizations were also forced to pay for abortion drugs and contraceptives as part of their employee’s health plans. And as if that were not enough, the Obama administration refused to act against the State of California for forcing churches to pay abortions as part of the same health plans. reported.

With the arrival of President Trump, on January 20, it is expected that the number of laws and decrees against life in the United States will be significantly reduced.


These are no good times for the multinational abortionist Planned Parenthood.

Donald Trump’s victory in the past US elections has been a blow to the company that profits from abortion. The Republican leader promised to end all state aid to this dirty business that receives funding under the term "reproductive health."

For this reason, Obama rushed to ensure funding for the abortionist giant in one of his latest moves in the White House. But the die is cast for Planned Parenthood, which has closed two centers in the cities of Milford and Somerville, in the state of Massachusetts, a few weeks ago.

According to the Milford Daily News, these are not the first closures, since last month three other abortion centers closed in this same state. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, president of Planned Parenthood in Massachusetts, has called the closure a "strategic decision" in what appears to be a constant since Trump's victory.

A report on "abuses and criminal practices"

In December, three other abortion centers located in the cities of Chambersburg, Gettysburg and Scranton stopped serving clients in Pennsylvania following the Republican leader’s victory, who promised to wage war against the multinational abortion.

It is no secret that the arrival of Trump to the United States presidency will cut Planned Parenthood's main line of financing, whose leadership has already admitted that the company faces "the most dangerous moment of its more than 100 years of history".

The outlook is not exactly optimistic for Planned Parenthood. The Energy and Commerce Committee of the US House of Representatives accuses the abortion company in a report submitted on January 4th, of possible abuses and criminal practices for trafficking aborted baby organs.

Only one abortion center will remain open in Kentucky at the end of January

The state of Kentucky has not given licensing to the EMW Women's Clinic in Lexington and will close its doors at the end of the month. This closure joins Paul Ryan's announcement that Congress will withdraw funds to Planned Parenthood.

New victory for the pro-life community. An abortion clinic in the State of Kentucky will be closed by the end of this January. With this closure, only one center will be dedicated to this practice in that state.

On January 14, the Kentucky National Organization for Women announced on its Facebook page that on January 27, the Lexington EMW Women's Clinic will close. The text began by asserting that the center was already a permanent "victim" of Gov. Matt Bevin of the Republican Party.

The reason for this cessation of activity is that the license for this practice, provided by the State of Kentucky, has not been renewed.

This can be read in the publication: "As you know, during the last six and a half months, we have tried to obtain the license to operate as an abortion center." Although both, we and our lawyer, believed we had all the requirements, the General Inspector of Kentucky has denied us the license."

Also, the owner of the place where this clinic was installed, has not renewed the lease with the abortion center.

With this closure, expected by January 27, only one abortion clinic will remain open in the State of Kentucky: the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville, the largest city.

Since January 7, 2016, and signed by Gov. Matt Bevin, it is forbidden by law to induce abortions to fetuses with more than 20 weeks.

The US changes its mind on abortion

While it is true that the Obama Administration has defended abortion and Planned Parenthood, it seems that with the appointment of Donald Trump things will change.

The elected president has on several occasions manifested his opinion against abortion and this has been in accordance with appointments to his cabinet.

The new government will try to pursue an 'anti-abortion' policy, and will begin by 'cutting' the funding to Planned Parenthood, as Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives, told CNN last Friday.

And the abortion multinational has already closed several of its centers in states like Massachusetts or Pennsylvania.

In addition, the Energy and Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives accuses them of possible abuses and criminal practices for the trafficking of organs of aborted babies.

With this shutdown in Kentucky, fewer and fewer centers are performing these practices in the United States, which have an uncertain future after Trump’s victory.

US: Pro-life gains ground on abortion, these are the states that most defend the life of the unborn

Americans United for Life reveals the ranking of those states that are more protective with the fundamental right to life and those more permissive regarding the law of abortion. Oklahoma remains the most pro-life state and Washington continues to be the most pro-abortion.

The American state of Oklahoma is the number one in defending the life of the unborn. The state of Washington is the most pro-abortion, according to the ranking 'The list of life' that classifies pro-life and pro-abortion states.

According to the list published by the organization Americans United for Life, the five states that have contributed the most to defend the life of the unborn after Oklahoma, which repeats its position for the second consecutive year, have been Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Arizona.

However, there are states where free abortion is still advocated. This is the case of Washington state that remains, for the eighth consecutive year, as the state where life for the unborn is least protected. It is followed by the states of California, Vermont, New Jersey, and Oregon.

Even so, 2016 was a record year for pro-life legislation, never before had so many laws been put forward to defend the unborn.

In total, according to the organization, 43 states have raised more than 360 abortion restrictions, that include: Cutbacks in funding for “health centers” that perform abortions, the limit in weeks to avoid late abortions, the necessary signature of consent by the mothers, the obligation to have an ultrasound for the mother to see the baby, the prohibition of aborting a baby due to the fact of being disabled, and the prohibition of selective abortion by sex or race.

Pro-life community continues to grow and gains ground for abortion, it is a fact so clear that even abortion organizations recognize it. It is the case of the Guttmacher Institute, great ally of the abortion giant Planned Parenthood, which has acknowledged in a report that "2016 has been a bad year for the 'reproductive health' of women.

As noted in the study, in 18 states have been implemented more than 50 restrictions against abortion. "A total of 338 laws have been enacted that restrict women's "reproductive rights."

Pro-life laws in 2016

Although  pro-life and pro-abortion states have not changed in the last year's list of life, the truth is that the states that defend the unborn have been able to implement new measures and laws to continue fighting against the culture of death in the United States.

One of them is the state of Texas, a true fighter of the cause who has largely acknowledged for his advocacy of House Bill 2, which forces abortion clinics to meet and deliver all high quality health and safety requirements that are required from other US clinics that perform surgeries.

Later, the Texas government announced that it had officially suspended funding for Planned Parenthood, through the Medicaid program.

According to Actuall, among the cases cited in the final legal notice given to the multinational are that of misconduct  and violations of acceptable medical standards.

Also in the state of Ohio, lawmakers have passed a bill that bans abortion once the heartbeat of the fetus is detected, which is about six weeks after conception and opens the way to one of the more severe restrictions in the United States if it becomes law.

In fact, Actuall was already pointing the great fall of abortion centers in the United States. As of 2011, at least 162 abortion centers have been closed in the United States and only a total of 21 have opened.

The golden years for abortion centers are running out. Some Planned Parenthood subsidiaries in central US states are having trouble staying open.

Another big pro-life victory was the blocking made by Texas State Judge, Redd O`Connor, to Obama's law that forced doctors to perform abortions.

The new era of pro-life politicians

In addition, the pro-life senators and politicians that Donald Trump has chosen for his cabinet will mean a big change that will keep the abortion business from growing.

One of them is Rick Perry, who will be in charge of the Department of Energy. The former governor of Texas is an outspoken advocate of the rights of the unborn and natural marriage.

Mike Pence, who managed to reduce the number of abortion centers to a quarter during his term as governor of Indiana, will be Trump’s vice president. This is followed by the appointment of Jeff Sessions, who left his mark as the senator of Alabama and in the US Department of Justice, and who will be the Attorney General of the US.

Tom Price, has been chosen by Donald Trump to manage the Health portfolio in his cabinet. Price, who is an orthopedic surgeon, has been very clear about different laws that affect the protection of human life from the moment of conception.

In recent years, he has opposed stem cell research of embryonic origin and has supported the withdrawal of federal funds to organizations such as Planned Parenthood and abortion in general.

Nikki Halley, also one of the signatories of the law that prohibits abortion when the fetus is able to feel pain. Trump has also appointed Betsy DeVos, who has funded pregnant women's aid centers, supported pro-life candidates and organizations such as March for Life.

He finally appointed Ben Carson, a celebrated neurosurgeon and pediatrician, as Housing Secretariat. He has never had any qualms about exposing his positions on abortion: "I am a reasonable person. If anyone can give me a reasonable explanation as to why they would want to kill a child, I will listen."

Feminists such as Johansson, Cher, Katy Perry ...  are going to give Trump a hard time

Women's March will demonstrate against Donald Trump after taking office because, they say, they feel insecure with him and so he is not their president. In the entertainment world, the pro-life spirit of the new Cabinet is not funny at all.

Scarlett Johansson, Katy Perry, Cher, Julianne Moore, Amy Schumer, Chelsea Handler, America Ferrera ...

Donald Trump and  Scarlett Johansson, Cher and Katy Perry
This is not a VIP list for an event or party in Los Angeles, but the most famous women who will take part in the marches against Donald Trump the day after his inauguration.

It is a march organized by the Women's March group, with its main manifestation in the US capital, Washington, but with replicas throughout the country and throughout the world, including Spain - in Granada and Barcelona.

This demonstration is against Donald Trump because, as it is stated on the website of this movement, they feel insecure with him and so he is not their president, despite the result of the polls.

Women's March is defined as the union of women from all over the world, not only from the United States, against the increase of the right-wing populism that is growing all over the globe - they say nothing of the populism of the left - and they announce that they will continue like this for the entire term of the next president of the United States.

"Since the elections there is a lot of fear that our voices will stop being heard. As an artist, woman and even more importantly as Americans, it is important that we stay together to protect the rights and dignity of our communities, "said America Ferrera - Betty la Fea, one of the organizers of the main march.

For actress Scarlett Johansson, Trump's biggest danger is to be pro-life, and will march to defend his "right" to abort: "The new administration may be vague with respect to some specific issues, but one thing they have made clear : Their intentions to reduce the benefits of the health system for women and to attack their (sexual) reproductive rights.

"I will protest in Washington," she insists, "to let our next president know that women and men will not shut up and will fight to protect our bodies and our decisions."

It is not surprising that these marches are supported by organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Amnesty International or GLADD, an LGTB NGO. Nor is it that all these celebrities are known for supporting Hillary Clinton during her election campaign.

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