Pro-abortion Sen. Elizabeth Warren urges senators to fight for millions of babies who ‘can’t speak for themselves’

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Elizabeth Warren, a Democratic senator from Massachusetts and a staunch pro-abortion advocate who has consistently received a 100% rating from both NARAL and Planned Parenthood, sent out a tweet this weekend that raised quite a few eyebrows.

Proposed cuts to Medicaid spending have divided lawmakers, largely along party lines. Republicans are also currently engaged in an effort to overturn Obamacare and replace it with their own health care bill, which would also defund Planned Parenthood. Warren tweeted a video opposing both, using the example of a woman, Katie, who gave birth to a premature baby, named Peter, born at just 26 weeks.

Warren captioned the video, “Every Senator – no matter the party – should step up and fight for the millions of babies like Peter who can’t speak for themselves.”

It’s interesting that Warren would argue that every senator should fight for millions of babies who can’t speak for themselves. That’s exactly the opposite of what pro-abortion politicians like Warren fight for every day, though.

As Warren pointed out in her video, Peter was born at just 26 weeks gestation. The overwhelming majority of babies born at 26 weeks will survive — yet Warren, and pro-abortion extremists like her, still support legalizing the abortion of these babies. These abortions are carried out through long, multi-day procedures that are gruesome and violent:

And make no mistake — these are very clearly human beings, who have begun to practice breathing in the womb, can see, and has begun to be able to hear and respond to noise. Why is Warren not willing to speak for these babies?

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