A mastectomy is a surgical procedure where a woman’s cancerous breast is removed entirely. Sometimes that’s necessary when other treatments haven’t worked, or if the cancer is too far along.
Liberals often compare an unborn child to a cancerous tumor. After all, they’re both unexpected and unwanted, and they both feed off their host, like a parasite.
Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz were questioned recently about whether or not an unborn baby is a human being. They’re afraid to answer. They don’t want to think about the fact that abortion is killing another human being. They want to focus on trying to convince themselves that the unborn child is nothing more than a mass of tissue, a part of the woman’s body. And since it’s a part of the woman’s body, she should be able to do with it whatever she pleases. If that means having it removed from her body like a cancerous tumor, then so be it.
Planned Parenthood is retweeting a statement from abortionist Dr. David A. Grimes, who draws a comparison between a healthy unborn human baby and a malignant cancerous breast that requires removal.
Coming out against the Kansas ban on D&E abortion, Dr. Grimes tweeted: “D and E abortion is not a problem any more than a mastectomy is a problem. Both are solutions to a problem.”
— RH Reality Check (@rhrealitycheck) October 19, 2015
Grimes is not just defending any old abortion. According to a former abortionist, D&E [Dilation and Extraction] abortion involves inserting a Sopher clamp—a sharp-toothed instrument designed for “grasping and crushing tissue”—into a pregnant woman’s womb and feeling around blindly for anything to grab hold of, and then tearing it from the woman’s body.
Michigan Republican Rep. Laura Cox testified to the House Criminal Justice Committee that a D&E abortion “is a gruesome, horrific and cruel type of abortion procedure whereby tiny unborn humans are literally ripped apart.”
In 2005, Dr. Grimes received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Family Planning, a group dedicated to “advancing science in family planning, including contraception and abortion, by funding research and promoting the expansion and dissemination of family planning knowledge.”
As long as you are able to convince yourself that an unborn child is nothing more than a parasite, a mass of tissue with no feelings, or a cancerous tumor, then abortion really is not much different from a mastectomy. But that takes quite a bit of truth suppression. Of course it’s a human being. What else would it be?