Lindsey Graham Defies Biology With Abortion Bill

The infamous Senator of South Carolina, Lindsey Graham, is reintroducing yet again a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. He dubs it: The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. 

"Why do we want to let this happen five months into the pregnancy?" lamented Graham, as he asserted his opinion on women’s health. "I am dying for that debate. I'm going to quite frankly insist that we have that debate." 

The bill, which passed in the House, is based on the controversial theory that a fetus can feel pain. A majority of democrats oppose the bill, as it challenges the landmark Roe v. Wade.

"I'm calling on Republican leaders to drop this dangerous political attack, listen to women across the country who have made clear they don't need a politician at their doctor's appointments, and focus on the real challenges our country faces," Democratic Senator Patty Murray of Washington said in a statement to the Huffington Post

Medical experts disagree with Murray as it cruelly force physicians to deny services. 

"As an ob-gyn, I know firsthand the reasons why women may need abortion care after 20 weeks, and I have seen the pain that many of these women are in when confronting these decisions," said Dr. Mark DeFrancesco, president of American Congress of Gynecologists and Obstetricians, in a statement.

Graham has not received a sufficient amount of votes to defeat a Democratic filibuster in the Senate and will most likely not receive sufficient support for his run as the 9th Republican seeking nomination in the 2016 Presidential Campaign.

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