There’s no crowd of individuals who are more morally bankrupt, twisted, and deplorable than the hard left who not only support abortion, but seem to gleefully exhort the heinous murder of the unborn, encouraging folks to get the procedure and brag about it on social media.
Those who participate in such despicable cheerleading for child killing are likely thrilled to pieces by a recent article that came out from Glamour, as it joyfully goes into great detail describing SofTouch, a new device they say can perform an abortion in “just three minutes.”
When a society is this happy and excited about murdering its children, it’s safe to say its abandoned the godly standards that once undergirded this great republic.
You’ve probably never heard of it, but recently a device that has the power to transform the abortion process hit the health care scene. It fits in the palm of a doctor’s hand and doesn’t require an electric suction machine or an operating room or fasting the night before. A patient doesn’t need to be sedated and there are and no limits on her lifestyle either before or after the procedure. In fact, she can get the entire procedure done in her lunch hour an d go right back to work. It’s nonsurgical, noninvasive and is nearly 100 percent effective. It can be completed in 60 to 90 seconds if the patient is less than six weeks pregnant and in about two or three minutes if she’s between six and 10 weeks. The device is called SofTouch. So why haven’t we heard more about it?
For starters, it’s pretty new. SofTouch was first developed in 2011 by Dr. Joan Fleischman, a Harvard-trained physician who believed there had to be gentler and less intrusive way to end a pregnancy in its very early stages. Dr. Fleischman tells Glamour that she had heard horror stories from patients about their abortion experiences, which are often more complex and invasive than necessary. “Most clinics perform the same surgical abortion procedure whether you’re in week four or month four of your pregnancy,” Dr. Fleischman explains. “But an invasive method is unnecessary for ending an early pregnancy.” Her goal was to develop something that felt, well, normal for women going through the process at the beginning of a pregnancy. The idea behind the SofTouch stems from a process called “manual vacuum aspiration” that has actually been around since the `1970s and is considered the safest form of nonsurgical abortion by the World Health Organization.. It involves either electrically or manually sucking out an embryo, but what the SofTouch does differently is reduce both the invasiveness of the procedure and improve the device used to do it. In a SofTouch pregnancy termination, a doctor attaches the device to a smooth, flexible tube and inserts the tip, which is the size of a pencil, into the opening of a woman’s cervix. The doctor then applies light pressure, which quickly and gently releases the menstrual flow and induces a miscarriage. That’s it. No scraping the uterus, no scarring, and and no harm to future fertility.
Another reason the device hasn’t gotten much attention is, simply put, that no one (the health care industry in particular) seems to like change much. Getting funding for awareness and expansion “would require a reorganization of the entire practice of abortion services,” says Dr.
Fleischman. According to the Guttmacher Institute’s 2017 Fact Sheet, 59 percent of all abortions are currently provided in abortion clinics, versus only one percent at physicians’ offices. This would flip that statistic on its head, something the industry is typically reluctant to do.
Thanks to progressivism, the innovation that once made our society thrive and provided a general sense of economic success and stability for average families has now been procured by individuals who are looking to make the slaughter of the unborn more convenient.
Another thing that’s fascinating is that later in the article, Lia Avellino — the author of the piece — calls those who oppose the device “anti-choice,” brazenly ripping a page from the leftist playbook to paint up pro-life people as the bad guys, since the phrase “anti-choice” is designed to make it appear as though individuals opposed to murder are somehow limiting the freedom of others.
Christians have got to get off the sidelines, get in the game, and start making seriously plays to end the scourge of abortion by abolishing it and making the use of machines like this a serious crime with heavy penalties.
That’s the only acceptable solution.