Andrew Cuomo ordered the top of One World Trade Center lit up in pink the other night. It was to celebrate the passage into law of conception to live birth abortion in the State of New York. I wonder if it looked anything like a giant penis? You know, after you’ve tipped back a few or from a hazy distance.
Hey, look. Manhattan has an erection. I wonder what that’s all about?
It’s another stupid Democrat state ignoring a self-evident truth. Life begins at conception no matter how inconvenient that may be to your politics or your donors. Conception is the big bang without which there is nothing. But to dopes like Cuomo preventing millions of life-years of human existence through abortion is something to celebrate.
He’s such a …One World Trade Center.
No Reason for Third Trimester Abortion
Cuomo and companies revelry are posited on the idea that allowing third-trimester abortions gives women more choices. More rights. More healthcare. But according to Dr. Omar Hamada, that’s not the case. He says there no medical reason to perform them, and he’d know.
Hamada, who’s spent 25 years in medicine and 15 years in the U.S. Army, 10 of which were with the Special Forces, is known as a conservative voice on social media. That may mean he’s partisan, but it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s wrong
“I want to clear something up so that there is absolutely no doubt,” he tweeted Thursday. “I’m a Board Certified OB/GYN who has delivered over 2,500 babies.
“There’s not a single fetal or maternal condition that requires third-trimester abortion. Not one. Delivery, yes. Abortion, no.”
Congratulation New York. Your government just signed the death warrant of late-term babies all over the state who will be killed for no other reason than that Democrats wanted it to happen.
And they celebrate it.
I want to clear something up so that there is absolutely no doubt.
I’m a Board Certified OB/GYN who has delivered over 2,500 babies.
There’s not a single fetal or maternal condition that requires third trimester abortion. Not one. Delivery, yes. Abortion, no.
— Omar L. Hamada, MD, MBA (@OmarHamada) January 23, 2019