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Old enough to bleed

Is there no end to the rotten, shit-eating scum?  I can’t believe I’m reading yet another story about fetus-worshipping vermin of the “Old enough to bleed, old enough to breed” school — another nauseating tale of Catholic Fetus Cultists celebrating a 10-year-old child-mother:

Despite protests and pressure from feminists and pro-abortion groups, an 11-year-old girl in the Mexican city of Chetumal has refused to undergo an abortion.  The young girl explained her decision saying that she understands, “a life is growing in her womb.”

It’s weird that the Catholic News Agency says the little girl is eleven(11), when all other news sources report that she is in fact ten(10) (like 11 makes it okay).  But wait: it’s probably because that’s how old she’ll be by the time her pregnancy comes to term, which as we all know is the only thing that really matters.

CNN gives us a little more information:

A pregnant 10-year-old, allegedly raped by her stepfather, has become the latest lightning rod in the country’s heated abortion debate.  […]

Child protective services officials in Quintana Roo said in a statement last week that the girl and the fetus were in good health.

But Quintana Roo state legislator Maria Hadad said the girl’s doctors aren’t telling the whole story. She said continuing the pregnancy could cause severe mental and physical health problems for the girl.

“It’s not just a high-risk pregnancy. It’s a pregnancy that puts the girl at risk,” Hadad told Mexican broadcaster Channel 10 in Chetumal, Mexico.

Wow:  it’s hard not to notice the contrast in the way the story was reported by these two sources.  The CNA neglects to say Word One about the rape, or how  the girl wasn’t informed of her abortion rights, or the potential danger the pregnancy poses to her, or what’s being done to help her cope with the trauma of both rape and coerced childbirth.

I think that’s all we need to know about these people.


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