Undocumented Teenage Mother Granted Abortion by Court, Overturning President Trump
By St. Joseph County Right to Life | October 25, 2017, 4:01pm
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — In a heated, fast-moving case this week, “Jane Doe” a young, undocumented teenage mother from Mexico was played as a pawn in a political game by abortion advocates, such as Planned Parenthood. Her child, now 16 weeks old in utero was allowed to be killed by abortion after the Federal Courts overturned a decree by President Trump. The White House said they have “strong and constitutionally legitimate interests in promoting childbirth, in refusing to facilitate abortion, and in not providing incentives for pregnant minors to cross the border to obtain elective abortions in federal custody." In the second trimester of her pregnancy, Jane Doe was given no legal rights for her child, including the right to life. The abortion often done at this stage of pregnancy is a surgical D&E (dilation and extraction). They are considerably more dangerous to the mother with risks including moderate to severe bleeding, infection, perforation of the uterus, blood clots, and even death.
The ACLU and Planned Parenthood cheered this victory as this young girl’s womb was ripped open and her child murdered. According to media reports, the mother is “more than likely to have her abortion at a Whole Woman’s Health facility in southern Texas, a place which has had numerous health violations over the past several years and temporarily closed after passage of HB2 in the Texas legislature. The Whole Woman’s Health abortion clinic in McAllen, Texas has been cited for a lack of RN or LVN (nurses) on staff, expired medications, rusty suction machines, and failing to sterilize abortion instruments.” This is the same company which is targeting immigrants and mothers in the opening of a new clinic in South Bend on Lincoln Way West.