Illinois: Home Of On-Demand Abortion

For those who were not aware, the state version of the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, or BAIPA, was finally passed some years ago. Barack Hussein Obama rarely voted on anything while he was in the state senate. He either voted ‘present’ or just never bothered showing up for work at all.

One vote he did cast was against BAIPA. Not once, not twice, but three times. He had no problem with having babies who survived an attempted abortion being left in a soiled linen closet to die painfully from exposure without care. His reasoning? The mother didn’t want it anyway.

This is the cold, soulless bastard that polluted the People’s House for eight agonizing years. Of course, the adoring media wouldn’t dream of making this information public during Chicago Jesus’ ascent to the throne. As an abortion friendly state, those wishing to live easier lives at the expense of a young innocent Illinois is the place to go.

CtH: Or New York. NYC is the abortion capital of the nation with an appalling 60% rate of conceptions ending in abortion. Of course, they’re making sure any stray old prolife laws on the books are rescinded before SCOTUS can revoke Roe.

https://www.breitbart.com/faith/2016/12/05/cdc-report-new-york-city-abortion-rate-60-birth-rate/

More Women Are Traveling To Illinois To Have Abortions As States Turn Pro-Life

Women are traveling in increasing numbers to Illinois to get abortions, in what may be a reaction to a number of Midwestern states passing pro-life measures.

The total number of statewide abortions, as well as the number of abortions performed in Illinois on out-of-state-women, increased between 2016 and 2017, according to the Chicago Tribune. Women had 38,382 abortions in 2016 compared to 39,329 abortions in 2017, the Tribune reported.

The number of out-of-state abortions increased by nearly 1,000 between 2016 and 2017, rising from 4,543 abortions to 5,528, according to the Tribune.

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