The state of Georgia is about to sign a heartbeat bill into law.
The state of Ohio just signed a heartbeat bill into law.
Mississippi has a heartbeat law.
America has a President and Vice President who are both committed to defending the life of the unborn.
Much to the dismay of abortion mill, Planned Parenthood, the “Unplanned” movie, the true story about Abby Johnson, a Planned Parenthood director turned pro-life activist, and “Gosnell,” the true story about the late-term abortion monster, Kermit Gosnell, were both huge hits at the box office.
Last week, President Trump invited the producers and co-writers of the “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” movie, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer to the White House for a private screening of their film.
Watch Ann McElhinney and her husband Phelim McAleer describe their visit to the White House to Fox News’ Shannon Bream.
No wonder American abortion activists have been panicking: According to a recent report from Planned Parenthood and the Guttmacher Institute, more than 250 bills restricting abortion have been filed in 41 states since the beginning of 2019. More than 400 pro-life laws have passed in state legislatures since 2011, but the avalanche of pro-life legislation seems to have increased and picked up speed over the past two years, especially with an uptick in “heartbeat bills,” which functionally ban abortion at six weeks (Georgia’s heartbeat ban is currently attracting the ire of the television industry.)
With the Trump Administration packing the courts with pro-life justices, anti-abortion legal groups are maneuvering for the best case to take another crack at Roe. At the moment, there are over twenty cases in line at the Supreme Court of the United States that could undermine abortion rights as defined by Roe even further, or potentially overturn Roe entirely—that, of course, will depend on whether Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh vote pro-life. Chief Justice John Roberts, a justice with an impeccable pro-life record, has also given cause for concern over the past few years, and it is possible that he would vote to uphold Roe to avoid appearing partisan. Despite those provisos, this is certainly the best opportunity pro-lifers have had to overturn Roe in a generation.
Some states are already preparing for that eventuality. According to Planned Parenthood and the Guttmacher Institute, six states—Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas—have passed “trigger bans,” legislation designed to criminalize abortion automatically if Roe is overturned. According to abortion activist Robin Marty, at least fifteen states will ban abortion if or when Roe v. Wade falls, based on how many states already have trigger laws in place as well as those who have indicated a desire to ban abortion if Roe were to be overturned. Some states are inserting language recognizing the personhood of pre-born human beings to ensure protection for those in the womb if the Supreme Court removes the existing legal barriers. – Life Site News