By Sarah Terzo
From late-term abortionist Dr. Warren Hern:
“At times, medical considerations enter into the picture, but decisions are usually made on the basis of such factors as desire or lack of desire for parenthood, stability of relationships, educational status, emotional status, or economic status, among others.”
Warren Hern, “Abortion Practice” (Philadelphia: J Lippincott, 1990) p. 39.
Are these really good reasons to kill a baby? See what a child at eight weeks looks like after an abortion has ripped him or her apart.
Keep in mind, too, that this is a late-term abortionist. He performs abortions up to 24 weeks and beyond at his clinic in Boulder, Colorado. What he is saying here [and elsewhere] is that even in the case of late-term abortion, most of them are not done for medical reasons. Read more about late-term abortion here.