The Abortion Industry Has A History Of Exploiting Vulnerable Women

Brian Fisher

The United States government prioritizes the protection and wellbeing of human life, as evidenced by complex industries covering everything from safety to disaster recovery to medical care. To protect us from imminent danger, America maintains a world-class military and legions of first responders such as police forces, firefighters, and hospital emergency departments. Government-regulated auto safety protocols and air traffic control are designed to protect our lives during travel.

Our nation particularly emphasizes the safety and security of children (as anyone who has ever attempted to install a car seat in the back seat of a small sedan can attest). From the moment of birth, children receive every medical advantage available, with the average cost of treatment in a neonatal intensive care unit exceeding fifty thousand dollars.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease and cancer are the two leading causes of death in America, annually claiming the lives of over a million Americans. The government combats this by investing hundreds of billions of dollars into research and treatment of those two diseases alone. Indeed, people of every race, color, and creed in America, from children to seniors, are afforded an extraordinary array of private and public services designed to protect us from disaster, disease, and death.

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