• Madison Blake

Roe v. Wade: Debunking Myths and Misconceptions Regarding Abortion

By Madison Blake, American Reveille Writer/Blogger

The leaked draft from the Supreme Court of the United States that intended to terminate Roe v. Wade, leaving the decision of abortion to the individual states, has sent the left into a tailspin in May. As if on cue, protests began immediately with abhorrent, infantile tantrums outside the Supreme Court to make their pro-choice views heard. Sickeningly, they made their way to each Supreme Court Justice’s private home as an unlawful insurrection in an attempt to intimidate the conservative Judges. They even interrupted Sunday church services dressed as imaginary characters from the dystopian television series and book “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Why are so many women incredibly angry at the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade? The truth is that between abortion, LGBTQ ideology, critical race theory, and the dismantling of public school systems, the left has made it clear they are declaring war against our children. Perhaps the evilest aspect of the war on our children is abortion and the decades of psychological warfare that has been indoctrinated into women, making them believe that abortion is their “right to choose.”

According to Planned Parenthood’s own website, there are twelve different forms of birth control available with many different brands and sub-types. These include sterilization, pills, patches, implants, IUDs, condoms, spermicides, shots, rings, emergency contraceptives, timing, and the pull-out method. There are hormonal and non-hormonal options, all of which are available at low to no cost via Planned Parenthood or your primary care physician. Also, according to Planned Parenthood’s website, the first birth control pill was available for widespread use in 1968, noting that pregnancy, birth, and abortion rates rapidly declined since the 1960s, apart from a brief increase in the 1990s. What this means is that the widespread use of “the Pill” prevented unwanted pregnancies from occurring. However, Prior to Roe v. Wade, the birth control options were limited and less effective than the ones available today. Most, if not all, of the left’s arguments for abortion are easily negated by presenting the virtually limitless amount of pregnancy prevention available for women today. Thus, validating that abortion as a means of ending an unwanted pregnancy may have had some basis for legality in the 1970s but not in the 21st century.

A common misconception by the left is that in some states with bills that wish to ban abortion, women who suffer miscarriage and/or ectopic pregnancies would be denied medical care out of a doctor’s fear of persecution. Yes, in medical terminology, “abortion” is also the term used for a miscarriage. However, the medical community specifies a “spontaneous abortion” as a miscarriage and “elective abortion” as the act of ending a child’s life by choice. Due to privacy concerns, as depicted in Roe v. Wade, most Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OBGYN) providers do not specify which type of abortion is on the patient’s chart, therefore giving women (and men) the false misconception that miscarriage is the same as abortion. It is important to understand that an ectopic pregnancy is a medical emergency because if the fetus develops in the fallopian tube, the tube will burst, and the mother will bleed internally and eventually die. Miscarriage can also be classified as a medical emergency if a dilation and curettage (D&C) is needed due to the baby and placenta not fully being passed naturally. A D&C is when a physician dilates the cervix and cauterizes any bleeding. In a miscarriage, this prevents infection and sepsis, which could lead to maternal death.

Mississippi and Texas are two states with proposed bills to ban abortion. In Mississippi’s HB1510 section 1 under subsection 4 in both lines a and b, it clearly states, “Except in a medical emergency or in the case of a severe fetal abnormality…” abortion would be banned from being performed, and any offending physician would face consequences. Texas’ “Heartbeat Bill” also includes the specific wording of “Except for a medical emergency.” Because the two laws specifically state that medical emergencies are the exception, and we now know that ectopic pregnancies and miscarriages requiring a D&C are classified as emergencies, this argument is invalid. There have been controversies on whether a copper IUD is placed within five days after unprotected sex is considered ending the life of an unborn baby because they prevent a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus, and thus a baby cannot attach and will be expelled. While that may be a topic for another day, the previously mentioned laws specify at how many weeks abortion would be banned. In Texas’ “Heartbeat Bill,” abortion cannot be done after the baby has a heartbeat, and in Mississippi it is before 15 weeks gestation.

Quite obviously, with the number of options to prevent pregnancy, including emergency “after the fact” options available, there is just no reason for abortion to be commonplace in today’s world. The left love to use rape as their main argument in favor of abortion, but according to Guttmacher.org, less than 0.5% of abortions were performed due to rape, while about half were performed due to simply not wanting a child and not being able to afford a child. If a woman is a victim of rape and seeks treatment at a hospital, she is offered an emergency contraceptive and the rape would be reported, giving her a chance at justice as well.

While the talking points are endless and opinions are strong, abortion has been thrust from a means of emergency and family planning into a means of convenience; A woman simply does not want or can’t afford a child; therefore, abortion becomes a means of birth control. Access to birth control and emergency contraceptives are so mainstream that today abortion is no longer necessary. With decreasing fertility rates in men due to environmental toxins and fake food along with more and more women going against the nuclear family, it is no wonder the left deeply fears a dystopian and tyrannical society liken to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” for they are, in fact, the ones who are sowing the seeds down that road.

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