REPORT: CNN report SHOCKS with description of baby who survives an abortion

FEBRUARY 25, 2020

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A CNN report on pro-life legislation described a baby who survived an abortion as a “fetus that was born.”

Senators vote Tuesday on legislation that aims to protect babies who survive botched abortions and are born alive as well as legislation that would make abortion illegal after 20 weeks when the unborn baby can feel pain: the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.

The article goes on to state the following:

CNN covered the legislation in the Tuesday report: “Senate to vote on two abortion restriction bills,” an article in which CNN’s Caroline Kelly described a baby who survived an abortion as a “fetus that was born.”

Alexandra DeSanctis, a staff writer for National Review, tweeted:

“Here’s the @CNN coverage of today’s votes, referring to the born-alive bill as an “abortion restriction bill” even though it places no limits on when or whether women can obtain abortions but merely requires care for newborn infants. ”

DeSanctis went on:

“It gets better though, somehow! Here’s where the @CNN reporter notes that the born-alive bill requires care for “a fetus that was born,” which is….that’s right, a baby!

“I honestly cannot get over this one I’d be dying of laughter if it weren’t so awful.”

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