Professor Claims GOP's Effort To Ban Abortion After 15 Weeks Is 'Immoral'


A professor at the University of Utah perfectly demonstrated the left’s delusional tendencies by claiming an effort to ban abortion after 15 weeks is “barbaric” and “immoral.”

Teneille Brown made her troubling comments in a piece for The Salt Lake Tribune against a new pro-life bill proposed in Utah’s House of Representatives.

“A 15-week limit on abortions would be barbaric and unconstitutional,” the headline boldly claims.

Brown, a professor of law and adjunct professor of medical ethics and humanities, is upset that state Rep. Cheryl Acton, a Republican, introduced H.B. 136, which “prohibits an abortion from being performed after the unborn child reaches 15 weeks.”

The bill couldn’t have come at better time, considering the absolutely sickening pro-abortion bills coming from Democrats in recent weeks.

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Last week, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that legalizes abortion at any stage of birth.

That means abortionists can legally end a pregnancy at any time, as long as the “health” of the mother is in question.

A similar bill was proposed by Democrats in Virginia, and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam strangely hinted at “post-birth abortion” during an interview on Wednesday morning.

Northam’s comments have been rightfully condemned by Republicans and slammed as “infanticide.”

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Acton’s bill in the Utah House wouldn’t completely end the evil practice of abortion, but it’s a good first step in opposing the pro-abortion agenda of bloodthirsty Democrats like Northam and Cuomo.

But Brown slammed Acton as “immoral” and “barbaric” for trying to stop physicians from murdering innocent babies.

Brown claimed that Acton is “truly immoral” for “foisting her personal views on the entire population of Utah without having done her basic homework.”

The crux of Brown’s argument is that fetuses are unable to feel pain at 15 weeks, which somehow makes abortion less wrong.

“First, there is no scientific proof that fetuses feel pain. Any scientist who tells you otherwise is extrapolating the neuroscience for political gains,” Brown claimed.

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“The truth is, we have no way of knowing whether fetuses feel pain,” she later added.

There is no definitive proof either way, so why should we assume that fetuses don’t feel pain?

Furthermore, the fact that fetuses are not fully developed doesn’t mean they aren’t human.

Abortion is the murder of another human being.

There is no way to escape or spin that fact.

Liberals are trying to deflect their barbarism and immorality, but abortion is indefensible.

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Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a background in history, education and philosophy. He has led multiple conservative groups and is dedicated to the principles of free speech, privacy and peace.
Malachi Bailey is a writer from Ohio with a passion for free speech, privacy and peace. He graduated from the College of Wooster with a B.A. in History. While at Wooster, he served as the Treasurer for the Wooster Conservatives and the Vice President for the Young Americans for Liberty.
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