A leading abortion supporter recently commented on laws that require women in abortion mills to have the opportunity to see their baby on ultrasound. She said that the laws interfere with the patient-doctor relationship. Of course, in an abortionist’s world, what they mean is that these laws interfere with the flow of money from the patient to the doctor. The more you know about the baby, the less you want to kill her.
The abortion supporter also claimed that these laws don’t respect the woman’s ability to make informed choices. But on the contrary, they precisely enhance that ability, by helping her see what she often finds out too late, that the baby is far more developed than the abortion industry admits. May more states pass such ultrasound laws as soon as possible.