As Rita would later recall, she was bleeding “so severely it was dripping like a faucet that wouldn’t turn off.”
Rita’s fiancé rushed her to the hospital where she was given a blood transfusion and monitored for the next three days.
“I was in so much pain it felt like I was being ripped apart internally!” she said.
Despite the terror of those few days at the hospital, Rita discovered something that would bring her immense happiness: She was still pregnant and her baby still had a heartbeat.
With that news, Rita was able to find a life-saving treatment known as abortion pill reversal. To Rita’s joy, it worked.
Now, nearly two years after that fateful day on the road, Rita is the mother to a happy one-year-old boy."
This is such a wonderful story of a beautiful child being snatched from the jaws of death, that you can't help but know it was Divine intercession.
“He’s 15 months old now and is the sweetest, happiest and most beautiful little boy I have ever laid my eyes on!” she wrote on a Facebook post made by pro-life advocate Laura Klassen. “God was truly with me, and now I see why, my son’s my biggest blessing.”
So impactful was the experience on Rita’s life that today she is outspokenly pro-life.
According to a message she sent to Klassen, that wasn’t always the case.
Rita explained that she grew up believing that abortion was a “choice” and that an unborn child in the womb wasn’t a human life. Her own mother had two abortions.
But because of the transformative experience of saving her baby, Rita was able to help her mother become pro-life, as well."
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Correct me if I am wrong but wasn't it Hitler and some early progressives like Margaret Sanger who decided that people with disabilities are better off dead? Many may say that Hitler's motivations were much more sinister, but were they really? Haven't progressives like those just mentioned been telling us for decades that families are better off killing their children, especially those with disabilities? Both America and Europe and perhaps more specifically Germany, have a pretty sordid history when it comes to the treatment of people they don't think are good enough for society. It seems to me that we should be learning from those history lessons and not continuing the barbarism of the past.
Some months back I read and article from the Atlantic which tells a story out of Denmark and how they have virtually eliminated people being born with Down's Syndrome due to early testing and access to abortion. My question is; aside from killing the unborn with disabilities, which we know harms them, don't we ultimately harm ourselves and our societies when we limit the kinds of people that we are required to interact with? Don't we really learn more from those with disabilities? Don't we learn more love and compassion? And another question; what if we could test for other disabilities before birth, like for example autism? I personally don't necessarily believe that all cases of autism are genetic or present before birth, but just for the sake of argument, lets say that we had a test that could determine if a child would be born on the autism spectrum. Should we then allow them to be aborted also? We know that with testing during pregnancy, there are mistakes, the accuracy is questionable and in many cases, downright false. But even if the tests were 100% accurate and we knew for certain in every case that a child would be born with a disability, should we permit that child to be aborted just based on this diagnosis?
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