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Pro-Choice Student Claims that Baby Born After Abortion is “Not a Baby”

As more and more states begin passing legislation that makes it legal to abort a baby up to the moment of birth, the definition of what pro-abortion activists consider to be a human life continues to change.

Recently, pro-life lawmakers have made efforts to protect babies who survive these late-term abortions. However, they have been met with stiff resistance from the left, who don’t want to limit abortion or protect the unborn in any form or fashion.

Now, those on the left are starting to grasp hold to the idea that a baby is only a human life if it is wanted, and that an unwanted baby who survives an abortion is not a human life. This is the argument that was recently made by one leftist student as they attempted to defend the idea that a baby who survives an abortion should not be kept alive after birth.

For those who support abortion to this extreme, science and reason have lost all effectiveness in the debate. Even babies who are born after a failed abortion attempt are not seen as living human beings. Instead, the left’s argument for abortion and what constitutes a human life is one that is based entirely out of convenience.

See the debate for yourself below.

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