May 19, 2024

Parent Parenthood Loses Challenge to Fetal Heartbeat Law

Lovers of life across America just received some of the most wonderful news you could ever hear in America in 2024.

There are politicians out there who still care about the lives of unborn babies.

The governor of South Carolina, Henry McMaster, is one of them.

Recently, there were attempts to take on South Carolina's six-week abortion ban. Planned Parenthood is attempted to extend the legal time period for abortions from six weeks to nine weeks in South Carolina.

McMaster was NOT about to let that happen.

A spokesperson from his office, Brandon Charochak, recently came out and announced that a South Carolina judge had official denied Planned Parenthood's attempts at weakening the state's abortion ban:

"South Carolina's heartbeat law secured another legal victory yesterday, with the trial court denying Planned Parenthood's preliminary injunction," Charochak said. "Life will continue to be protected in South Carolina, and the governor will continue his fight to protect it."

Planned Parenthood argued that mothers should be able to abort children up to nine weeks because the current six-week mark has prevented too many babies from being murdered.

The organization is alleging that only about 25% of women seeking abortions in the state are allowed to get them as a result of the time constraint.

They want to move the mark to nine weeks, because "almost 7/8 of those patients could have undergone an abortion if they were permitted at the nine-week mark."

Planned Parenthood-South Atlantic president and CEO Jenny Black said that despite the ruling, the fight is not over. She is never going to stop fighting for a mother's right to murder her own unborn child.

"Given the impact of this case on thousands of patients across South Carolina who have been unfairly denied abortion care, we will continue to demand that the courts apply the law as written. This fight is not over," Black said. "Our highest priority is giving our patients the care they need — no matter what. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic remains committed to helping every patient navigate the unjust and inhumane confines of South Carolina’s abortion ban."

For those arguing about protecting the mother, the state already has laws containing exceptions when the mother's health is at risk. Unfortunately, you wouldn't know that because liberals lie and say that almost ALL abortions fall under these risk categories, when almost none of them do.

Mothers in danger already have access to everything they need in South Carolina. Any attempts to tell you otherwise are just because they want more abortions.

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