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Politician Defends Killing Babies in Late-Term Abortions Just Because They Have Down Syndrome

Satisfied with nothing less than abortion on demand, Irish abortion activists are pushing the public to legalize late-term abortions for unborn babies with Down syndrome. Health Minister Simon Harris recently was presented with new data showing that 83 women traveled from Ireland to England to abort unborn babies with Down syndrome after 24 weeks of […]
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