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After Costly IVF, Woman Aborts Child Conceived Naturally


This Week’s Sign the Apocalypse is Upon Us

Isn’t it wonderful we’ve settled this question of human dignity once and for all? In statist utopia, individual rights depend on the collective; each one is worth only what they bring to the whole.

Of course, humans are equal…but (as the patron saint of eugenics, Mrs. Margaret Sanger, taught us so clearly) some humans are more equal than others.

For instance, a little baby whose parents decide they want? Worth every last dollar to obtain.

But a little baby those same parents decide they don’t want? Worthless.

A Minnesota woman, who spent thousands of dollars on IVF treatments to have three children, also decided to kill children she conceived naturally…because they didn’t in fit in her plans.

Hannah Stein always considered abortion an option–she aborted her first child before she was married:

“I felt too young, and there were too many other things I wanted to do first,’ she said. ‘I did not feel settled enough in my life to start having children,” Hannah said.

Years later, she and her husband Patrick decided to welcome children into their family, and  allowed their son, Isaac, to be born. No problem.

Two years later, they were ready to have more kids, but it was a struggle. Hannah miscarried her baby when she was just 7 weeks pregnant, which she says she “mourned.” But, through the art of cognitive dissonance, she reassures us the tragedy of miscarrying a baby she wanted (at about the same age as a child she aborted) isn’t really losing “a child”…rather, “she’d lost the opportunity to have one.”

Sure. Just because that “opportunity,” has a unique human genetic code (like a person), a sex (like a person), all the organs (of a person), jumps, kicks, and smiles (like a person)…that doesn’t mean they’re a real person.

Because she’s not really a person if I think it’s OK to kill her. And it’s OK to kill her because I think she’s not really a person. Logic.

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