baby murder, law, US
It turns out that banning baby murder does, in fact, reduce the number of baby murders.
The number of abortions performed in the U.S. fell by about 6% after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, according to data from the Society of Family Planning.
But in states with bans and severe restrictions, there were about 8,000 fewer abortions each month — a decrease of 95%. Abortions also decreased, albeit more modestly, in states with less severe restrictions.
The wicked, degenerate USSA is still on track for 800,000+ child murders this year, though that is down considerably from the heyday when the Boomers were wiping out half of Gen Y. Whether it’s -6% or -95%, it’s a slow step in the right direction. Let Moloch weep. And starve.