United States Has Fewest Number of Babies Born in 35 Years, Coronavirus Will Lower Numbers Further

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United States Has Fewest Number of Babies Born in 35 Years, Coronavirus Will Lower Numbers Further

Women in the United States are having fewer and fewer children as attitudes about motherhood shift away from recognizing children as a blessing. The AP reports new data from the Centers for Disease Control shows that, in 2019, the United States saw the fewest number of newborns in 35 years.

At-Home Abortions Double During Coronavirus: “It Was So Comforting” to Kill My Baby at Home

More women are turning to an experimental at-home abortion program to abort their unborn babies during the coronavirus crisis. The TelAbortion experiment, approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), mails abortion drugs to women in 13 states. In some cases, the women may never see a doctor in person before aborting their unborn babies.

Stop Infanticide! Stop Abortions Up to Birth!

Target: Congress and State Legislatures Region: United States of America Website: www.lifenews.com Abortion activists across the country are undertaking a radical campaign to legalize abortions up to birth and infanticide. New York has already passed such a law and other states like Virginia, New Mexico, Vermont, Maryland, and Massachusetts are right behind.