South Carolina Votes to Decide Personhood of Unborn Babies

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

“A person’s a person, no matter how small” -Dr. Seuss

I think Dr. Seuss knew what he was talking about. A person, despite age, is still a person. Just like we have different races and genders, we have different ages. All of which are human.

Abortion is first-degree murder. The “clump of cells” as feminists like to call it, can actually feel pain as he or she is ripped from the mother’s womb. The act is barbaric and completely inhumane.

Now South Carolina will be taking a vote to determine the personhood of these unborn children.

Christian News reports

Lawmakers in South Carolina are currently considering a bill that would declare that the unborn have protection as persons.

Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant recently introduced S. 217, also known as the Personhood Act of South Carolina. It simply recognizes that both the federal and state Constitutions acknowledge God as being the Creator of life and the bestower of liberty.

“The General Assembly acknowledges that all persons are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights,” it reads in part. “The General Assembly acknowledges that personhood is God-given, as all men are created in the image of God.”

“The rights guaranteed by Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution of this State, that no person shall be deprived of life without due process of law nor denied the equal protection of the laws, vest at fertilization for each born and preborn human being,” the bill continues.

This bill would change things, big time! Unborn humans would finally have their God-given rights.

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