Blogs Tue Feb 11, 2014 - 12:16 pm EST
Viral video of a baby still in the amniotic sac is heart-breaking, but shows the humanity of the unborn
It's been shared nearly 200,000 times on Facebook in the past few weeks. But though I've seen the video posted on numerous friends pages, I never clicked on it until today.
I thought it was a graphic video of a late-term abortion. I've seen those before, and the images are seared in my brain. I don't need to see them again.
But this is something much more incredible...and as heart-breaking. And yet, though it is difficult to watch, it is proving beyond any shadow of a doubt that the child inside the womb is not a "blob of tissue." Lauren Enriquez over at LiveAction estimates, using information from the Endowment for Human Development, that the baby is only four months gestation - well within the legal limit for abortion in many countries and states.
Watch the video here:
Click "like" if you are PRO-LIFE!
If you know the source of the video, leave a comment letting me know. While some people have suggested that the baby was the victim of a late-term abortion, others have said that it was the result of a miscarriage, while there is even a rumor posted on Youtube that he was removed from his mother after she died in a car accident. Either way, there is a story behind this video that should be told.
Sadly, judging by the video, the baby is almost certainly too young to survive, meaning that what we see is likely most of the duration of his short life outside of his mother's womb.
But his life was not in vain. The video of his short life is spreading like wildfire, provoking countless people to question the lie that the unborn child is not fully human. If that baby is not a human being, who is?
That anybody still believes the "blob of tissue" lie in this day and age is incredible. That they do is only made possible thanks to the deliberate and careful deceptions spread by the abortion lobby.
The man who posted the video, Jim Anderson, sums it up when he writes simply, "Still support abortion anyone?"