So, is this proof that abortions warp culture or the other way around?
- “My reason for voting no [to abortion] changes on any given day,” he told an uncomfortable-looking panel, “but today it was that I was browsing through the UK abortion statistics for 2016 and I found that eleven babies had lethal injections into their heart in the womb and delivered dead, and the stated reason was that they had a cleft palate. 141 babies had a lethal injection into the heart and were delivered because they were twins and their parents only wanted one child, not two. One of them, last week in Australia actually, there was a story about parents who had one twin aborted because he had a heart defect, and the doctors aborted the wrong one.”
- I thought of McGuirk’s comments again last week when I spotted a news story in the Daily Mail, detailing more sad, bloody news from the UK’s abortion regime. According to 2018 statistics, the Mail reported, 700 women in Great Britain have had at least six abortions, and five teenagers were among them. Consider that for a moment: Six abortions while still a teenager. And that wasn’t even the worst number, either: at least 148 women in the United Kingdom had their eighth abortion last year, a figure that is apparently up by 27% in only two years.