Oklahoma State Sen. Joe Silk has introduced a bill that will infuriate liberals. Senate Bill 1118 intends to classify abortion as first degree murder.
The bill is pretty straight forward in its objective to label abortion what it really is – murder.
“No person shall perform or induce or attempt to perform or induce an abortion after conception,” it reads. “A person commits murder in the first degree when that person performs an abortion as defined by Section 1-745.5 of Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes.”
It also specifically defines what abortion is and the objective is to stop abortion at all stages. Life begins at conception and that is acknowledged in this bill.
“Abortion” means the use or prescription of any instrument, medicine, drug or any other substance or device to intentionally kill an unborn human being;
“Unborn human being” means the offspring of human beings from the moment of conception until either live birth or death, including the human conceptus, zygote, morula, blastocyst, embryo and fetus, whether conceived or located inside or outside the body of a human female; and
“Conception” means the fertilization of the ovum of a female individual by the sperm of a male individual.
This bill is the result of a petition signed by 30,000 Oklahoma residents who want abortion to end in their state. They no longer want to wait. They want abortion to stop now. They are tired of waiting while so many children are sacrificed under the banner of “choice”.
Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm also submitted a bill that would revoke the medical license of a doctor who performs an elective abortion. These bills will be given a hearing together in the State Senate.
One of the biggest obstacles to the pro-abortion movement is ultrasounds. The technology has proven that science is on the side of the pro-lifers. On a recent episode of “The Doctors,” Dr. Rachael got a 4D ultrasound of her baby. You can see it below. Watch the reaction from the audience. This baby is alive, as are all unborn children.
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H/T: MRC TV