Ariana Kelly angry at closure of eight Abortion Facilities
A Maryland Democrat lawmaker Ariana Kelly recently complained that her state is “going in the wrong direction” because abortion facilities are closing while the population is growing.
The Associated Press published state the Del. Ariana Kelly comment in an article earlier this week about efforts by the Maryland legislature to expand abortions.
A Montgomery County Democrat, Kelly recently introduced a bill to allow physician assistants, nurse practitioners and midwives to do abortions. Currently, Maryland only allows licensed doctors to abort unborn babies.
In the AP article, Kelly complained that the state has eight fewer abortion facilities than it did three decades ago, down from 52 to 44.
“That’s a 15-percent drop in the number of providers, while at the same time we have seen a 28-percent increase in the population, so we have clearly been going in the wrong direction,” she said, according to the article.
By “wrong direction,” it is not clear if Kelly meant that too many babies were born who should have been aborted, or if she meant that the number of abortion facilities has not kept up with public demand. Either way, she wrongly supposes that Marylanders want to or need to abort their unborn babies.
The state does not require abortion facilities to report their abortion numbers, but the pro-life organization estimate nearly 30,000 unborn babies are aborted in Maryland every year.
Abortion is not health care, as Kelly claimed in the article, and tens of thousands of U.S. medical professionals confirm this. The purpose of an abortion is to kill a baby in the womb, not to heal or save. According to the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, more than 90 percent of OB-GYNs do not even do abortions.
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