In New York, a woman who was 23-plus weeks pregnant secretly recorded the conversations she had in an abortionist’s office.
The woman asked what would happen if “it” (her fetus) emerged from her intact and alive.
The employee noted, “We never had that for ages” but that should “it” “survive this,” “They would still have to put it in like a jar, a container, with solution, and send it to the lab. . . . We don’t just throw it out in the garbage.”
“Like, what if it was twitching?” asked the pregnant woman.
“The solution will make it stop,” said the clinic employee. “That’s the whole purpose of the solution . . . It will automatically stop. It won’t be able to breathe anymore.”
In fact, when the pregnant woman brought up the idea that, if the abortion failed and resulted in a live birth, “I would have to take it home,” the employee said, “No. That is so illegal! Once was start this, we have to finish it.”
After the pregnant woman pressed the employee at the Bronx establishment, “If it’s twitching or breathing or something, like whatever showing signs of life or something, I’m not gonna have to, they’re not gonna be like you have to take this home like,” the employee replied, “No! No!”
“I don’t want to like go into labor at home,” the pregnant woman said. “Like what if it like pops out, like, at home?”
“If it comes out then it comes out. Flush it,” said the employee.
Should the child be born on the floor? “We’ll tell you to put it in a bag or something and bring it to us,” the employee advised.
A woman, 22 weeks pregnant went to a Planned Parenthood in St. Paul, Minnesota for an abortion in 2017, but she said she chose life after hearing what the abortionists would do to her son.
The woman said she asked the two abortionists, “If you guys were to take him out right now while he’s still, his heart rate is still, you know, going, what would you guys do?”
She said one of the abortionists looked at the other one, then looked back at her, “and she told me that we don’t tell women this, and a lot of women don’t even ask this question, but if we
wasto proceed with the abortion and the baby was to come out still alive and active, most likely we would break the baby’s neck.”
Arbitrary 24-week rule