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This is truly heartwarming!
Our President just announced he will sign an executive order called “Born-Alive”.
The “Born-Alive” executive order will make sure medical care would be given to babies who are born alive after failed abortion attempts.
This is a huge win for the rights of the unborn.
Today, President @realDonaldTrump addressed the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast by video and announced he will be "signing the Born-Alive Executive Order to ensure that all precious babies born alive—no matter their circumstance—receive the medical care that they deserve." pic.twitter.com/087ZqZcGtL
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) September 23, 2020
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) September 23, 2020
"I will always defend the sacred right to life.”
President Trump announced this morning that he intends to sign the Born Alive Executive Order to protect babies born alive after failed abortions. https://t.co/6fD0joWDrs
— March for Life (@March_for_Life) September 23, 2020
Fox 2 News covered the story and added these interesting details:
President Trump announced Wednesday he will sign an executive order that would require medical care be given to babies who are born alive after failed abortion attempts.
“I will be signing the Born-Alive Executive Order to ensure that all precious babies born alive, no matter their circumstances, receive the medical care that they deserve. This is our sacrosanct moral duty,” said Trump in a pre-recorded video address during the 16th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.
Trump said his administration is increasing funding for neonatal research to ensure “every child has the very best chance to thrive and grow.”
Organizations representing obstetricians and gynecologists say the law already provides protections to newborns, whether born during a failed abortion or under other circumstances. But when anomalies are so severe that a newborn would die soon after birth, a family may choose what’s known as palliative care or comfort care. This might involve allowing the baby to die naturally without medical intervention.
In case you haven’t been keeping up with how far the Democrats have gone in abortion.
Virginia’s Governor has come out and said that a woman should decide if a baby should live even after it’s born.
Trump hasn’t forgot what the Virginia’s Governor said and recently tweeted this:
Voting starts in Virginia TODAY, and we are going to WIN. You have a crazy Governor who wants to take away your guns, which he will do without me in office. He is in favor of executing babies after birth – this isn’t late-term abortion, this is a step way beyond! Vote for me…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 18, 2020
New York made legislation last year that even makes it legal to have an abortion all the way up to birth.
Things have gotten way worse since Roe vs. Wade but Trump is trying to reverse that.
— Energy & Commerce GOP (@HouseCommerce) September 23, 2020
The Christian Post had this to say about the “Born Alive” act:
President Donald Trump vowed Wednesday to sign an executive order to protect all babies born alive, including those who survive abortion.
In a pre-recorded address to the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, held online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, the president said protecting life “is our sacrosanct moral duty.”
“Today, I am announcing that I will be signing the born alive executive order to ensure that all precious babies born alive, no matter their circumstances, receive the medical care that they deserve. This is our sacrosanct moral duty,” said Trump.
The president also noted that his administration is increasing federal funding for neonatal research “to ensure that every child has the very best chance to thrive and to grow.”
Further details on the executive order were not available from the White House as of Thursday morning but the announcement quickly drew praise from members of the pro-life community.