Praise the Lord for some great news.Study: The New York Times is sad abortion dropped 6% in the first two months post-Roe. That’s 10,000 babies saved! | Not the Bee
A new study from the hacks at The New York Times is lamenting that at least 10,000 babies were born who would have otherwise been murdered in the womb.
In the first two months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, legal abortions nationwide declined by more than 10,000, a drop of about 6 percent, according to the first attempt at a nationwide count of abortions since the decision.
In case the activists at The NYT want to know, THIS is the proper reaction to the news that 10,000 babies were saved:
Thirteen states banned or severely restricted abortion during those months, mostly in the South, and legal abortions in those states fell to close to zero, according to detailed estimates made by a consortium of academics and abortion providers. Nine more states added major abortion restrictions, and legal abortions in those states fell by a third. In states with bans and restrictions, there were about 22,000 fewer abortions in July and August, compared with the baseline of April, before the decision.
Conservative states prevented 22,000 abortions from taking place within their borders.
However, since blue states still carry out the demonic practice, it looks like 12,000 women crossed state lines to terminate their offspring.
In states where abortion remained legal, the number of abortions increased by roughly 12,000, or 11 percent. That suggests that, roughly, just over half of women who were unable to get abortions in states with bans traveled to another state to get one.
But even with those increases, thousands of abortions appear to have been prevented by the new state laws.
While it’s a tragedy that pro-death states exist alongside pro-life states, at least the new restrictions have successfully saved the lives of ten thousand in just the two months studied.
Pray that number increases daily. We have a long way to go before stopping abortion.