Pro-Abortion Scare Tactics

Activists are working hard to convince that abortion makes everyone safer, including babies.


John Stonestreet

In the wake of the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, pro-abortion activists have launched large-scale media campaigns to drive a false narrative that pro-life laws are harmful. 

For example, AP News recently shared a study that infant deaths have risen 8% in Texas since the passing of an abortion ban. The claim that more children are dying because they weren’t killed in the womb is odd enough, but the study also failed to account for the lives saved from abortion.  

Another scare tactic wielded by the pro-abortion movement is telling outlying stories of women who have been victims of medical malpractice to scare other women about what their lives could be without abortion.  

The answer is more clarity about the law for healthcare professionals, not greater access to abortion. After all, abortion poses risks to the health of women, and when performed “successfully,” always end in a death.  

The fight for life requires us to counter this lie that abortion is healthcare. 


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