An anon asks: If a baby is born alive, doesn't he/she have AUTOMATIC entitlement as a human being to life saving measures? If a baby is born alive, isn't it MURDER to kill him/her?
Why was this bill ever needed? Don't drs take the Hippocratic oath to save lives?
Q answers: Q2897 POTUS is currently evaluating legal options re: EO. Watch the news.
How can anyone support such EVIL?
By a vote of 53-44, the Senate has failed to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would have required doctors to provide medical care to infants born alive after an attempted abortion procedure. The bill — sponsored by Senator Ben Sasse (R., Neb.) and cosponsored by 49 of his fellow Republican senators — needed 60 votes to overcome the legislative filibuster.  This was the most heart wrenching report I believe I’ve ever heard in my life. To imagine even one person could vote against this bill was appalling, but to have 44 votes against it made my stomach churn.
Q2896 These people are SICK & EVIL.
However, I’m happy to report. There is an amazing group offering support to reverse this evil. I can’t promote this group enough. Please, I encourage all of you to visit the website https://savethestorks.com
Meanwhile, I’m reading some of the great information I found on the site. Yes, there is hope.
Save The Storks has local pregnancy centers that offer an incredible service for expectant mothers by providing ongoing health care and support to women in crisis during their pregnancy and after their baby is born. Through their partnership with pregnancy centers, they provide tools and resources needed to get closer to those who need their services. The Stork Bus minimizes the distance between pro-life professionals and the women who most need them.
Save the Storks uses mobile services because they believe doing so is one of the most effective strategies for reaching abortion-vulnerable mothers. These mobile pregnancy centers minimize the distance and roadblocks between the professionals and the women who most need the services.
Save the Storks partners with pregnancy resource centers nationwide to provide powerful tools and training, allowing them to more effectively reach and serve abortion-vulnerable women.
Save the Storks and partner services empower mothers to choose life for their unborn babies.
They accomplish the mission by making the highest quality, most beautiful mobile medical vehicles available. State-of-the-art Mobile Medical Units allow Affiliates to reach out to abortion-vulnerable women where they are most likely found. In front of abortion clinics. Impoverished neighborhoods. University campuses. Stork Mobiles bring hope and help and deliver results, one baby at a time.
If you would like to look into becoming an affiliate, make sure you visit https://savethestorks.com.
There are many success stories on the website, but this one brought me to tears of joy. I want to share this one with you. This story is about a Save the Storks partner provider Compassion Care Center and a lucky couple. Compassion Care Center is located in North Carolina. So, here goes: The Compassion Care Center Mobile crew parks in front of the abortion clinic. Their blessing bags with information and goodies are ready to be given to any woman who wants one. It’s a very busy morning for the abortion clinic, women kept the door rotating throughout the morning. No one responds to the invitations for a free ultrasound and pregnancy test. No eye-contact and no smiles.
It’s hard to stay hopeful and happy when you know exactly what’s happening on the other side of those doors. Still, the staff extends a greeting to every woman walking by hoping to have a conversation about life. Sidewalk ministry is not for the weak. This is hard, emotionally taxing and spiritually draining work.
A car slowly pulls past the Stork Bus. The staff quickly extend a blessing bag toward the couple and ask them to roll down their window. Mark* slows the car to a stop, allowing the staff to speak through his open window. As they explain their purpose and mission to share help and hope, he promptly puts the car in park and kills the engine.
The nurse smiled, “We are here for the both of you. We’re not here to judge you, we want you to be fully informed about your baby. We can give you a free pregnancy test and ultrasound. You’ll get to see the what he or she looks like and you’ll understand your options. We want you to know what the procedure will be like if you do choose abortion.”
At the sounds of support, Mark relaxes and looks at her, “Do you want to check it out?”
Sunshine* agrees to it. After parking their vehicle, they board the bus together. After filling out the required paperwork, Sunshine shared a little about herself. This wasn’t her first time to this clinic. She had an abortion around the first of the year, but now she felt confused. Mark wanted the baby. He wanted her to choose life but she wasn’t sure she could do it. She just graduated from college and did not feel ready to navigate a career with a baby in her care.
Inside the Stork Bus
Sunshine lays on the leather table and wondering what the screen will show. Mark sits on the nearby bench near the nurse who navigates the ultrasound.
In sudden surprise, Mark’s jaw about hits the floor as he sees his 12-week-old baby. Sunshine can’t really believe what she’s seeing. There is a beautiful little baby with very distinct characteristics. The baby looks like Mark! They recognize the features of each of them that they see in their child – a perfect little mix of them both.
As Mark’s excitement rises, Sunshine’s uncertainty is still visible. Mark goes outside to talk with one of the advocates while the nurse finishes up the appointment with Sunshine.
The nurse’s memory sparked.
“You know, you remind me of a story from just a few weeks ago…
An older gentleman came by the bus to tell us how much he appreciated us being at this clinic. He was a mechanic who worked not too far from our location. With sad eyes he told us that his girlfriend chose to abort their baby in 1974. He couldn’t stop her. He wanted his child, but she made the decision to abort against his wishes. Culture told him he didn’t have a voice – this was a woman’s right. 44 years later he still regrets it. He wishes he could have done more to ensure that his baby lived. He constantly wonders what that child would have grown to become.”
The nurse smiled a loving smile and said, ‘Sunshine, your choices don’t just affect you. There’s a little life within you and there’s the father of this unborn little one too. Each one of you matters.”
Sunshine and Mark left the Stork Bus with joy in their hearts and smiles on their faces as they both agreed to protect the life of their child.
You can help with the mission to save these lives daily with a one time or monthly donation by visiting the web site https://savethestorks.com.
Learn more about the amazing work that Compassion Care Center is doing daily in North Carolina, and about the amazing work Save the Storks is doing at https://savethestorks.com. The last quote from the web site sums of these beautiful services.
It is an honor to stand together, support one another and encourage those who are on the doorsteps of death and offering the hope of life. Please pray for our friends at Compassion Care Center in Yadkinville, NC and Save the Storks as they engage in conversations like these on a regular basis. It’s not an easy job, but witnessing a mom say “yes” to life is worth it.
Q2904 And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people. Q
Senate Fails to Pass Born-Alive Bill By Alexandra DeSanctis February 25, 2019 6:20 PM