Abortion survivor and supportive of life lobbyist Gianna Jessen is commending President Donald Trump for marking chief request assurance for all children brought into the world alive and guaranteeing infants who endure bungled premature births get clinical consideration.
“Much obliged to you, sir,” she said. “You are by a long shot the most favorable to life, evidently supportive of life president we have ever had. Lately, the most valiant.”
Jessen, who has cerebral paralysis, proceeded to state: “As somebody conceived in a premature birth facility who didn’t bite the dust, I need to bless your heart. You are derided constantly. What’s more, I will let you know, I will defend you.”
Jessen was conceived marvelously during the 1970s after her natural mother went through a bombed saline fetus removal system.
She has been a blunt supporter for the favorable to life development. In 2015, she showed up before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, where she asked: “In the event that premature birth is about ladies’ privileges, at that point what were mine?” Directing her questions to Planned Parenthood, the country’s biggest fetus removal business, Jessen proceeded to state:
You continuously use the argument, “If the baby is disabled, we need to terminate the pregnancy,” as if you can determine the quality of someone’s life. Is my life less valuable due to my cerebral palsy?
You have failed, in your arrogance and greed, to see one thing: it is often from the weakest among us that we learn wisdom — something sorely lacking in our nation today. And it is both our folly and our shame that blinds us to the beauty of adversity.
Planned Parenthood uses deception, the manipulation of language, and slogans, such as “a woman’s right to choose,” to achieve their monetary aims, according to
dear @realDonaldTrump i just did a facebook live thanking you for your born alive executive order. here is a clip of it. i was born in an abortion clinic but did not die. i have cerebral palsy. i have a feeling that if we should meet, you would give me your arm to steady me. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/XaSGe11aQz— gianna jessen (@giannajessen) September 23, 2020