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Sex-Selection Abortion and China's Brutality: Shall We 'Gulp and Get Over It'? Comments

Chinese officials dragged 23-yr-old pregnant mother Feng Jianmei from her home and held her three days for a ransom before killing her seven-month-old baby en utero by lethal injection and delivering her tiny corpse after family failed to come up with the cash.'s editor Allison Benedikt warned "If your goal is to protect abortion rights, gulp for a second if you must, then get over it." Continue Reading

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  1. elcid
    2 years ago

    Someone needs to send this video to Foxnews or whomever will air it, but I'm going to assume foxnews doesn't have the guts to do so, at least post it on youtube if possible, we are never going to end abortion until people see things like this, if this isn't demonic I don't know what is.

  2. Mrs Diana Leeuwerke
    2 years ago

    Ah, my heart bleeds for this little baby, and i'm sure he will be in the arms of Jesus and Our Blessed Mary, who can give him the love he deserves until his Mum and Dad join him and they can cuddle him and love him.

  3. Michelle
    2 years ago

    Our world is so lost.

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