It’s comical how progressive liberals will wield science like a weapon when opposing the beliefs of Christians, and then conveniently toss science aside when it’s at odds with their own agenda.
The heated debate over abortion is one clear example of this.
In order to make abortion more palatable, liberals need you to think that the unborn baby is not yet its own person, which means it must not yet have the ability to feel its own pain.
But the truth is that babies in the womb do feel pain.
In fact, they feel pain enough to require being anesthetized during in-womb surgeries.
That according to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson, who knows a thing or two about this topic.
“I’ve had the privilege of being able to operate on little babies that were 25, 26, 27, 28 weeks gestation, and I can guarantee you, they can feel, they can react,” said Carson during a panel discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last week.
“You have to give them anesthesia if you’re going to cut them,” he continued, adding that unborn babies also respond to “comfort and to warmth,” just like any infant.
Carson is the former director of pediatric neurosurgery at the John Hopkins Children’s Center. In other words, he is THE expert on this topic, and that’s something liberals really don’t like.
— CPAC 2019 (@CPAC) February 28, 2019
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