While many pro-abortion activists say late-term abortions are justified when the mother's life is at risk or the baby suffers from a birth defect, Patient X said there was absolutely nothing wrong with her or her developing baby boy.
"There's nothing wrong with my pregnancy, like no fetal, whatever anomalies," Patient X says. "All of that checked out fine. I mean, they ran all the tests on him. I mean, he's fine. There's nothing wrong with him. They did the Down syndrome [test], they ran all of that stuff."
Then the two women discussed what actually happens during the late-term abortion procedure, which was recently explained in a Live Action video.
"Because the baby is so large and developed, the procedure takes three or four days to complete," Dr. Anthony Levtino says in the Live Action video. ...