Live Action’s Lila Rose and others share chilling stories of how abortion fanaticism starts at ultrasound: ‘Our medical system is on a search & destroy hunt’

Pro-life activist Lila Rose went in for her ultrasound last week, and afterward tweeted about why she is finding a new doctor, and exposed a fundamental illness in our medical system.

She tweeted on Saturday that the medical system is on a “search and destroy” mission to find babies with disabilities and terminate them. You know, kill them.

Needless to say, she is finding a new doc.

She followed up.



And she had some important replies. The stories are simultaneously uplifting and infuriating and depressing.

There were dozens more.

By the way, Rose also tweeted the result of that ultrasound. The picture of a new life.

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TD1
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Real simple, these medical tests are done to check on the health on the baby in the womb. How is that innocent life not protected in so many states? Untrasounds are proof of life existing in the womb.

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Real simple, the tests are also done to check on the health of the actual patient; the pregnant mother.

The Sane Silence Dogood
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You’re a liar and before you say anything else, measure your words carefully for I DO work in the Health Care industry and I work at a CHILDREN’S Hospital. Those tests have NOTHING to do with the mother’s health. Quit lying.

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You call me a liar, and then tell me to be careful with my words? That’s a laugh.

Read the article above, and the tweets in the article. If you think that informing a potentially at risk patient about the risks of carrying triplets has nothing to to with the health of the mother, then I nothing I can say will reach you.

Mother124
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I didn’t dispute that.

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While this seems horrid and upsetting, it is part and parcel of ‘best practices.’ OB / GYN’s are among the most sued physicians in the US, and must protect themselves by offering all options to expectant parents. It’s part of being informed.

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That does not excuse their behavior or this practice of slaughtering the most innocent of human lives.

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You got a problem with providing the mother with medical information which may be crucial to her survival? If so, maybe stop pretending you are “pro life.”

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No. I have no problem with any of the pre-natal testing that is available. I have a problem with doctors suggesting to kill the baby at the first sign of trouble. Please either improve at reading comprehension and/or make gross assumptions.

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My reading comprehension is fine. Providing the patient with all the relevant facts is the duty of the physician. The doctor is not “suggesting to kill the baby” by so doing. Pregnant women are human too, they aren’t just packaging for the precious unborn. Doctors have a moral (and legal) obligation to provide the patient with the best and most complete information concerning the patient’s health.

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Liar, that’s a pretty weak lie and if that’s all you have, you’ve been exposed as a fool.

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Well . . . one of has, for sure.

Mother124
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It’s not just her doctor, they have to, BY LAW, offer those tests.

Rocket Matt
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The tests are not the issue…it’s the act f offering to kill the child at the first sign of everything not being perfect.

The Sane Silence Dogood
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Really… Quote me the law since I work at a children’s hospital and have never heard of them.

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When my wife became pregnant for the first time, we discovered we were having twins (my wife is a twin). We were elated to say the least. A few weeks later, the doctor noted some sort of abnormality (I wish I could be more specific but this was years ago). He basically said there was no heartbeat detected – it was still very early in her pregnancy. We blindly (after prayer and much deliberation) accepted his suggestion and basically had the babies aborted (for lack of a better term). I can honestly say that was one of the worst things we ever went through. We constantly wonder, and wish we hadn’t done it. I just felt odd that he rushed to that “solution”. We’ll never know on this earth… but if they were viable and alive, I hope we see them in Heaven.

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Sorry for your loss Sentinel. It must have been a very painful decision for you and your wife.

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My wife told the nurse that she would skip amnio and, “we’ll take what whatever God give us. “The nurse turned around and wiped a tear from her eye. It can’t be easy on the nurses with hearts, either.

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When I was pregnant with my daughter, my OB told me that “by law” he had to offer these tests before 16 weeks. I asked why, and rather embarrassed, he said that it was so that, in the event of problems, I could decide to abort. I told him there was no chance I would abort my baby and he smiled and said “Fine, then you don’t need to have the tests done.”

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When we have medical malpractice attorneys all over television trolling for people whose children have “suffered a birth injury” or the parents had a child “born with a disability” that was not disclosed by the physician it is easy to see why doctors are told to offer these “options”. I’m sure they’d much rather not have to offer these options but ambulance chasing attorneys make it a heinous necessity. The only thing that might possibly be done is to actually treat the women (and the fathers) as mature adults and have the physician explain to them ALL the reasoning behind why they must make those options available and allow the parent(s) to make an informed decision on how to proceed. If the mother chooses to forego the diagnostic tests then she can sign a waiver freeing the physician from liability.

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Oh, I understand why they are required to do it…I wasn’t disputing that.

I was simply pointing out that “finding another doctor” as Lila Rose said, wouldn’t solve the problem, as they are ALL required to offer them.

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That is exactly what we told our doctor when he asked us if we wanted to do an amnio. We told him, it didn’t matter if there was something wrong with our baby, we would not “abort” him, regardless because “Every good and perfect gift is from the Lord.” James 1:17 He smiled and thanked us for our decision.

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I didn’t know Lila Rose was pregnant. Best wishes to her and her husband, and their new growing little one!

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I had understood that those tests were performed to prevent against liability. All it would take is for someone to bring a lawsuit because they were never told their baby was Down or some congenital defect of birth.

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tryandgetbymetryandgetbyme That was my point too. After they get the results they must tell the women their options, and if they don’t perform abortions they can give a referral or not. Depends on the doctor. If we want to change the doctors and the options we have to change the law first.

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The doctors aren’t asking because they are on a “search and destroy” mission on their own behalf. Like every doctor does for any situation (cancer, diabetes, etc.) they have to give you your options. If they don’t it’s malpractice and they can be sued. Note that I’m not comparing babies to illnesses. It’s just that most situations doctors face are for illness and there’s no situation that compares to having a baby.

Their responsibility to the patients is the same. I don’t understand why a pro-life Ob/Gyn would perform abortions, but since she does she has a responsibility to tell the women their options.

Instead of blaming the doctors we should blame the law. Change the laws and doctors will follow….even if it’s kicking and screaming.

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I never took the amniocentesis option. It was offered. Wasn’t something I wanted to do. Both docs were okay with that -no further discussion with either. The 2nd doc that delivered my 2 boys had 8 kids. He was Catholic and definitely pro-life. I’d have probably gone elsewhere, too, if the matter was pressed. This is enlightening.

57Matty
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I once knew a girly named Squirrelly

Squirrelly
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You did? I haven’t.

kong1967
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SquirrellySquirrelly I never even thought of it actually being a real name for someone.

57Matty
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No, there was someone else here named Squirrelly Girly before the switch from Disqus. I thought you might be her.

Squirrelly
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Nor me. My moniker started as “Squirrel!” and has evolved. I dropped the Girly after TRS dropped Disqus. It’a still the same on Disqus though.

57Matty
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Ha. I like it with the exclamation point.

Squirrelly
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I guess I could’ve kept that.

kong1967
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57Matty57Matty Seriously…as in a real name?

57Matty
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No kong. You don’t remember Squirelly Girly? I thought that Squirrelly might have been Squirrelly Girly in the old Disqus days.

Squirrelly
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I am.

57Matty
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Hey SG!

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Hey, Matty!! grin

kong1967
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57Matty57Matty Lol, I’m glad I misunderstood. People give their kids the most screwed up names sometimes.

Come to think of it “SquirrellyGirly” does sound familiar. I’ve probably even talked to her but didn’t notice the change.

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I really really really want to walk into a Planned Abortionhood pregnant one day and say, “Can… can you tell me? The baby’s father is black. Is there a likelihood my baby will be black? If so, can you tell me my options?”

Just to see how they react.

I mean, what’s the difference right?

Ush
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Reaction aside, any true adherent to Margaret Sanger’s legacy would likely desire and persuade to kill the unborn child. Especially if black.

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ATAT You know that’s happened. Hell, it probably isn’t even that unusual.

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