These abortion survivors want Planned Parenthood’s Leana Wen to know they’re worthy of life

These abortion survivors want Planned Parenthood’s Leana Wen to know they’re worthy of life

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[Stream.org] Several states have enacted abortion legislation in the past year hoping the Supreme Court will revisit its landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Planned Parenthood, the ACLU and other pro-choice advocates have spoken against restrictive abortion laws.

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Leana Wen became president of Planned Parenthood of America in November 2018. Since then, she has advocated strongly for unrestricted access to abortion and fought back against new abortion regulations.

But these adults whose lives have been impacted by the abortion industry want Wen to know that their lives, and the lives of their unborn children, are of value.

Melissa Ohden survived her birth mother’s abortion at 31 weeks in 1977. Ohden told TheDCNF that her birth mother’s parents orchestrated a forced saline infusion abortion with the help of her grandmother’s colleague, the local abortionist.

The late-term abortion survivor explained that the saline infusion abortion is intended to poison and scald the child to death over 72 hours as the baby soaks in the fluid injected into the womb. Doctors would then induce premature labor.

This article continues at [Stream.org] These Abortion Survivors Have a Message for Planned Parenthood’s Leana Wen

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