Before we head into this piece of truth, Allie Stuckey, a conservative Instagram sensation has something to share of the tool in our White House…
Some ‘falsely claiming that pregnant women’s lives are on the line without easy access to abortion’
By Nancy Flanders
Live Action News
The era of Roe v. Wade lasted nearly 50 years, and during each one of those years, thousands of people became doctors in the United States, each of them trained while abortion was treated as an unassailable “right.” Now that Roe has fallen and pro-life laws have gone into effect in numerous states, some doctors have begun falsely claiming that pregnant women’s lives are on the line without easy access to abortion.
But is this true? And what impact has legalized abortion had on the idea of true health care in the United States?
The lie that abortion is health care
Dr. Whitney Driver, an OB/GYN with the pro-abortion Lakeside Doctors Gynecology & Obstetrics practice in Ohio, told Fox 25 that pro-life laws, even those that allow abortion to save the life of the mother, are dangerous. Lakeside advocates for abortion-friendly laws on its social media platforms.
“To the lay person, they say to save the mother’s life, that seems very clear. But it is not at all clear to a doctor. When someone is actively dying really isn’t until they’re getting CPR,” Driver claimed. “I don’t think any of us want to be in the position that we’re that near death before your doctor feels like they can safety act.” (emphasis added)
Ending a pregnancy, however, is not the equivalent of committing an induced abortion. A pregnancy comes to a natural end with the delivery of a child. In an emergency or critical situation, doctors can perform procedures to deliver that baby alive and attempt to save both lives. In such a case, the pregnancy was ended but the child was not intentionally killed. No doctor is expected to wait until a patient is seconds from death before working to save her — and delivering her child prematurely while attempting to save both lives is not an abortion.