Does this number mean anything at all to you? It should; that’s the number of abortions that were performed in the United States in 2020. The sad part…that’s only reported abortions. The real number could very well be over one million.
However, life had a major victory last Friday. The United States Supreme Court overturned the court’s 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision. Roe vs. Wade paved the way in making abortion a constitutionally protected right, and the aftermath has been what some may call catastrophic. There have been an estimated 64,000,000 reported abortions since the 1973 decision (again, this is only the reported abortions). Maybe one of these babies could have found the cure for cancer, HIV or some other uncurable health problem? Could one or more have been president or vice president or held some other high position?
The court’s decision will give the power back to the states. Each state can now decide to either allow, limit or ban the practice of abortion altogether.
Many major corporations immediately responded to the decision and have pledged to provide employees compensation to travel, if needed, to other states to have an abortion. I truly find this loathsome by these companies, and especially one, Disney, a company that supposedly caters to children. Other companies pledging to cover some or all travel costs for abortions include Meta (Facebook), Citi Bank, Apple, Yelp, Amazon, Bank of America, Tesla, Starbucks, Doordash, Netflix, Reddit, Airbnb, Mastercard, Zillow, J.P. Morgan, Paypal, Bumble and Lyft. I’m sure there will be other major companies to follow suit.
Those who believe in life may want to consider using other products and services besides the ones listed above.
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