Born Babies Could Be Aborted After Birth?!

A newly proposed bill crafted by a Democratic senator in Maryland could potentially allow for babies to be killed up to 28 days after birth with no legal consequences to follow, due to some disturbing language contained within the bill.

I’m 100% disgusted and disappointed!

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On February 4th, Democratic Senator William Smith introduced the “Pregnant Person’s Freedom Act of 2022,” which outside of replacing the biologically sound term of “woman” with “pregnant person,” bears introduced language around circumstances in which a pregnant woman or abortion provider cannot be subjected to criminal and civil penalties.

1) TERMINATING OR ATTEMPTING TO TERMINATE THE PERSON’S OWN PREGNANCY; OR

(2) EXPERIENCING A MISCARRIAGE, PERINATAL DEATH RELATED TO A FAILURE TO ACT, OR STILLBIRTH.”

Specifically, it’s the mentioning of “perinatal death related to a failure to act,” that American Center for Law and Justice attorney Olivia Summers finds particularly concerning.

ANNAPOLIS, MD – A proposed bill crafted by a Democratic senator in Maryland could potentially allow for babies to be killed up to 28 days after birth with no legal consequences to follow, due to some disturbing language contained within the bill.

On February 4th, Democratic Senator William Smith introduced the “Pregnant Person’s Freedom Act of 2022,” which outside of replacing the biologically sound term of “woman” with “pregnant person,” bears introduced language around circumstances in which a pregnant woman or abortion provider cannot be subjected to criminal and civil penalties.

“(H) THIS SECTION MAY NOT BE CONSTRUED TO AUTHORIZE ANY FORM OF INVESTIGATION OR PENALTY FOR A PERSON:

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(1) TERMINATING OR ATTEMPTING TO TERMINATE THE PERSON’S OWN PREGNANCY; OR

(2) EXPERIENCING A MISCARRIAGE, PERINATAL DEATH RELATED TO A FAILURE TO ACT, OR STILLBIRTH.”

Specifically, it’s the mentioning of “perinatal death related to a failure to act,” that American Center for Law and Justice attorney Olivia Summers finds particularly concerning.

According to Summers’ analysis of SB 669, she wrote, “the bill also proposes a revision of the fetal murder/manslaughter statute that would serve to handcuff the investigation of infant deaths unrelated to abortion. In other words – this bill will effectively legalize infanticide.”

The term “perinatal” is not clearly defined in Maryland law, with the closest the state comes to defining the term comes in a separate 2020 law that reads, “‘PERINATAL CARE’ MEANS THE PROVISION OF CARE DURING PREGNANCY, LABOR, DELIVERY, AND POSTPARTUM AND NEONATAL PERIODS.”

How can someone be given birth and start breathing into this world – and then, be killed?!

Isn’t this murder we’re discussing?

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