Is the unborn baby human or not, and if not human, at what point does she become human?
Because after all, if the baby isn’t human, it’s irrelevant if women want to have abortions, just as it’s irrelevant if they want to remove tumors or a few cells or have any other number of medical procedures.
But if the baby is human … it’s horrifying that our society wouldn’t protect her life, just because she’s in a vulnerable, dependent position.
Yet this is the question over and over again that the left won’t deal with.
Maybe they won’t deal with it because it threatens their current abortion policies. After all, it’s risible to argue that a full-term baby isn’t human in the womb, and yet acquires humanity passing through the birth canal….
It’s irrelevant what the courts think about when life becomes human. It’s irrelevant what abortion activists think about when life becomes human.
What is relevant is science—which tells us that an unborn child has her own unique DNA at the moment of conception….
If you’re going to make public policy about who lives and dies, it’s relevant who is human and who’s not. Sadly, that doesn’t seem to be something many on the left agree with.
~ Katrina Trinko, The Daily Signal, February 1