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Babies With Disabilities Shouldn’t Be Killed


Planned Parenthood wants babies with disabilities to die.

It’s that simple. It’s that disgusting. And it should be illegal.

States are passing commonsense pro-life laws outlawing selective abortions – killing babies simply because they may face potential mental or physical disabilities, or because of their race or sex.

No child should be killed because he or she is considered inferior. Yet that’s the sick mentality Planned Parenthood was founded on.

Now Planned Parenthood and the pro-abortion ACLU are suing Indiana and Ohio in federal court to stop these pro-life laws. We’re taking direct action to fight back, preparing a critical amicus brief to defend these precious unborn babies from gruesome slaughter.

We’re fighting in Congress and in multiple federal courts to expose and stop the horrific slaughter and sale of aborted babies’ body parts.

But we need you to sign on to our brief today.

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