As state’s like New York advocate for the murder of infants by endorsing abortions up to birth, at least one state is taking a strong stance AGAINST abortion.
Lawmakers in Mississippi’s state Senate and House have passed “heartbeat bills,” bills that unmistakably bans abortion once a child’s heartbeat has been detected. A heartbeat can usually be found around the sixth week of pregnancy.
Now the bill needs to be signed into law to take effect. Gov. Phil Bryant has already signaled that he would sign the bill.
One of the bill’s author’s, Sen. Angela Hill, gave an impassioned speech which the Clarion Ledger reported on.
“Times are changing in this country,” Hill shared. “We can see more of what’s happening in the womb. … We can see that heart beating with those tests and I’ve had those tests and they’re not so bad.”
“I see in this country that we protect sea turtle eggs and we protect other endangered species of animals with a greater degree of scrutiny and zealousness than we protect a child in the womb that has a beating heart,” Hill added. “The womb should be the safest place in the world for an unborn child. I’m asking Mississippi to be different.”