In today’s News:
Colorado votes on abortion
The Colorado Sun reports pro-abortion groups and activists across the country have poured $8.7 million into defeating Proposition 115, a state ballot measure that would prohibit abortions on viable unborn babies. Colorado is one of the few states with no limits on abortions, and abortionists there openly advertise abortions in the third trimester. The ballot measure would protect viable, pain-capable unborn babies by banning late-term abortions after 22 weeks of pregnancy. Exceptions would be allowed if the mother’s life is at risk.
Father loses case for unborn child
An Alabama father lost a lawsuit on behalf of his unborn baby Friday at the Alabama Supreme Court. WAAY 31 reports the state high court upheld a ruling dismissing Ryan Magers’ case against the Alabama Women’s Center, an abortion facility in Huntsville that aborted his unborn baby in 2017. Magers sued the abortion facility after his girlfriend aborted their unborn baby there against his will. Initially, a Madison County judge granted his petition to represent the estate of his child, “Baby Roe,” and sue the abortion facility in a wrongful death lawsuit. However, in 2019, Madison County Circuit Judge Chris Comer dismissed the lawsuit, saying the abortion facility did not do anything unlawful. On Friday, the Alabama Supreme Court agreed with comer’s ruling. Right now, in the U.S. fathers do not have any legal rights to protect their unborn children from abortions. Laws requiring that a father be notified or given a say in an abortion have been struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court. Magers’ case was unique because a court recognized his aborted baby as the plaintiff and him as the representative of his baby’s estate. Magers said his girlfriend was six weeks pregnant when she had the abortion in 2017. By six weeks, an unborn baby’s heart is already beating. At conception, an unborn baby also has his/her own unique DNA that determines hair and eye color, gender and other traits.
U.S takes U.N. to account
The acting administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, John Barsa, has sent a scathing letter to the U.N. secretary general for allowing U.N. experts to promote abortion. He also told him to make “A course-correction for the greater good of the U.N.” this is the second letter Barsa has sent to the Secretary General Antonio Guterres of Portugal complaining of un abortion activism during the covid-19 pandemic. The first was sent in May. But even as Guterres was responding to Barsa, on May 22 a group of U.N. human rights officials and experts issued a letter to the United States government criticizing U.S. states that had not designated abortion as essential during the covid-19 pandemic, among them Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas.