HARRISBURG, PA – ‘Callous’ is probably the word she was searching for before Democrat Representative Wendy Ullman (D-Bucks) in Pennsylvania was caught on camera calling a miscarried child “just a mess on a napkin” during a debate on a bill that would deal with how a baby’s remains are handled by facilities in the case of a miscarriage or an abortion.
She couldn’t find the word, stumbling on ‘concrete’ instead, probably because she’s detached from even allusions to empathy when it comes to the fate of aborted or miscarried children.
The bill Ullman was arguing against would require healthcare facilities to either bury or cremate unborn children who have died from a miscarriage or have been killed by an abortion.
“I think we all understand the concept of the loss of a fetus,” said Ullman, “but we’re also talking about a woman who comes into a facility and is having cramps, and not to be…[searching for word] not to be…concrete. An early miscarriage is just some mess on a napkin, and I’m not sure people would agree that this is something that we want to take to the point of ritual…uh…either cremation or internment.”
Just some pointless ritual to this pro-abortion Democrat, because it’s just some mess on a napkin. Pro-life groups in the Keystone State, pushed back on this callous view of losing a child in utero.
“[…] Policy for Pennsylvania Family Institute Vice President, Tom Shaheen, these miscarriages are more than just messes.
“A miscarriage, no matter how early, does not result in a ‘mess on a napkin’ but the loss of a child,” said Shaheen. “Each human life deserves respect, even when lost at an early stage in development.”
“The remains of human beings should be treated better than medical waste. Rep. Frank Ryan’s bill is a compassionate effort to help offer some closure to many mothers and families in Pennsylvania,” added Shaheen. […]”
Most mothers expecting a child, only to experience the loss of miscarriage, probably don’t consider it just ‘some mess on a napkin.’ It’s this voluntary detachment from such core life-affirming truths that is coming to define the Left in general and the Democratic Party specifically. The hope is that too many Americans don’t follow them over the cliff in 2020.