In the wake of New York's late-term abortion laws and the Democratic Party's refusal to protect babies born alive in a botched abortion, pro-life advocacy groups have been working around the clock to inform the public that babies are indeed at risk of being murdered in full-view on an abortionist's operating table.
A recent video from Pro-Life Action Ministries features a woman admitting to having an abortion doctor promising to "break the baby's neck" if she were to have a botched abortion. According to LifeNews, the woman was 22 weeks pregnant at the time she visited a Planned Parenthood in 2017, saying she chose to keep her baby after it survived an injection of digoxin designed to stop the heart.
"If you guys were to take him out right now while he’s still, his heart rate is still, you know, going, what would you guys do?" the unnamed woman recalls asking the abortion doctor in the video. "She told me that we don’t tell women this, and a lot of women don’t even ask this question, but if we was to proceed with the abortion and the baby was to come out still alive and active, most likely we would break the baby’s neck."
The woman visited the Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota. If the doctors do indeed kill babies after birth, the clinic would be in violation of the state's "Born Alive Infants Protection Act."
When the baby survived the lethal injection, the woman changed her mind after reading information from Pro-Life Action Ministries sidewalk counselors. On her second visit, she requested an ultrasound to see if her baby was still alive. When she proclaimed her desire to keep the baby, the woman claims Planned Parenthood staff continued pushing the subject of abortion as if they were pitching a sale.
"The more I was telling them no, it was more like they were trying to sell me something, like a seller that pushes you and pushes you until you buy their item or their product. That’s how it felt, as if they were trying to sell me this abortion," she said.
Her baby was born full-term and healthy. Pro-Life Action Ministries concealed her identity to avoid retaliation from Planned Parenthood.
Another video released by Live Action last week featured an abortion worker telling an undercover activist that her baby would drown in a special "solution" if it were born alive.
"Like, what if it was, like, twitching, or something like that," the woman says in the video regarding the live baby.
"The solution will make it stop," replies the clinic worker. "It's not gonna be moving around in the jar. That's the whole purpose of the solution."
When the woman asks if the baby "looked like it was breathing," the clinic worker says the solution would prevent that from happening any further. The clinic worker later clarifies that the "solution" was a toxic substance designed to poison the baby.
Later the woman asks what were to happen if she gave birth to a live baby while at home; the clinic worker tells her to either "flush it" or "put it in a bag."
"If it comes out, then it comes out," the worker said. "Flush it … or put it in a bag."
The worker later advises her to not call the hospital since it would force her to give birth to a live baby.
On Monday, Senate Democrats voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which was designed to stop the kind of infanticide described in these videos.