Every abortion has two victims, one of whom dies a horrible, cruel death and one who lives and endeavors to forget.
Christina Dunigan tells soul searing true stories about botched “safe and legal” abortions.
How about the shock 15-year-old Tamiia Russell’s mom got when her daughter confessed that she had been brought for an abortion by her abuser’s girlfriend? Tamiia had been so far advanced in her pregnancy that several other Detroit abortion clinics had turned her away — one even offering prenatal vitamins. But the abuser’s sister persisted, the abortion was arranged. And Tamiia hemorrhaged and died. Another dead teenager beneath your notice.
When will it become acceptable to mourn the dead, miracles of God destroyed as a result of Margaret Sanger’s eugenicist project? Abortion is no good for anyone. Real Choice makes that clear to anyone who reads with an open heart and mind. But the psychic and death toll of abortion falls disproportionately on the poor and on city dwellers, especially on blacks.
As I’ve written before, one of three black children is killed in the womb by the abortionist’s blade. The death toll of abortion mills such as Planned Parenthood has decimated the black population in America for forty-five years. When will it become acceptable to state this in public?