“A fetus isn’t a baby.” “A woman has a right to choose.” “It isn’t a baby until it’s born.” “Abortion isn’t murder.” These are often the most common statements tossed around by pro-abortion activists. But the people who know the most about abortion are the clinic workers and doctors who perform them. And many of them have come out saying things that would make even the most hardcore pro-choice supporters cringe. “I have angry feelings at myself for feeling good about grasping the calvaria [head], for feeling good about doing a technically good procedure that destroys a fetus, kills a baby.”
“Abortions are very draining, exhausting, and heartrending. There are a lot of tears…I do them because I take the attitude that women are going to terminate babies and deserve the same kind of treatment as women who carry babies….The only way I can do an abortion is to consider only the woman as my patient and block out the baby.”
British abortionist Judith Arcana says that “it is morally and ethically wrong to do abortions without acknowledging what it means. “I perform abortions, I have had an abortion and I am in favor of women having abortions when we choose to do so. But, we should never disregard the fact that being pregnant means there is a baby growing inside of a woman, a baby whose life is ended. We ought not to pretend this is not happening.”
Abortion providers know that they taking a human life. They see the babies kicking and moving on the ultrasound screen and then see them later, in pieces, in the back room of the clinic.