One thing the abortion industry thrives on to keep itself alive as it kills unborn babies is its justification of deceit. I was reminded of this again as I read that Oklahoma County District Judge Noma Gurich delayed the recent action that would require women to have an ultrasound prior to an abortion. Already bounced around after the governor vetoed the bill and then the state legislature overrode the veto, Gurich’s action puts another delay on a process that makes me wonder what the pro-abortion folks are so terrified of happening.
If it’s not a baby but “only a fetus,” as we hear time and again, then why would an ultrasound be worrisome? The Christian Post reports that according to the Center for Reproductive Rights the law is "detrimental to women in the state." The Center argues that the ultrasound requirement profoundly intrudes upon a patient’s privacy and is the most extreme ultrasound law in the country.”
The opposition to this law came from, of course, two abortion providers, who sued to stop its implementation. But it’s not a violation of patients’ rights to privacy; it’s a violation of doctors’ incomes. And that’s exactly why there has been such a battle nationwide lately for laws requiring ultrasounds prior to abortion.