Congressman Andrew Clyde. Screenshot via C-SPAN

Congressman Andrew Clyde (R-GA) took to the House floor to ferociously defend life in an emotional speech about the humanity of the children killed in the womb amid the Democrats’ push to legalize full-term abortion with their new anti-life bill.

“I stand on behalf of our nation’s unborn children. Children with heartbeats at six weeks, with fingers and toes at 10 weeks, and with the ability to feel and react to pain as early as 12 weeks,” said Clark.

“For too long, our nation’s leaders have tolerated the murder of our nation’s precious children through cruel and painful abortions. Madame speaker, this cruelty, and insanity must stop.”

“The abortion-on-demand bill is murder in the first degree,” Rep. Clyde added. “It is impossible to justify the murder of a precious child in the womb. We all know it is wrong to take innocent life and no amount of slick talk will make it right.” 

“A heartbeat is a defining evidence of life.”

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David S.
David S.
2 months ago

We have become so self-absorbed, that we want NOTHING to infringe on our pleasure, our desires and our lives. This is nothing more than a barbarism inflicted on our most vulnerable on the altar of “me-ism.” We will be judged on our selfishness and cruelty.

missy hodges
missy hodges
2 months ago

STOP CALLING IT ABORTION! call it what it is: INFANTICIDE. This bill is about INFANTICIDE.
PRO INFANTICIDE LAWS
PRO INFANTICIDE DOCTORS
PRO INFANTICIDE ORGANIZATION SELLING BODY PARTS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
2 months ago

I agree completely with Clyde. But this is not the business of government. Clearly, this is a private matter between an obstetrician and a patient. It should be a battle between doctors — not the AMA or any other massive association. At worst, it could become a discussion topic for ACOG (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists).

But clearly, such associations should not have the authority to punish anyone. And just as clearly, these conclusions obviously would deny taxpayer money to the government or especially, any private organization. That too is a private matter for those who approve and contribute as well as those who disapprove and refuse to contribute.

susan dudak
susan dudak
2 months ago
Reply to  Gene Ralno

Abortion, especially abortion up to 8 months or day of delivery is horrendous and God will judge this country and anyone who is a party of it. God said, I knew you when you were being formed in your mother’s womb. God said he hates 7 things and one of the seven is the shedding of innocent blood. What is more innocent than a baby in the womb. All I can say is that I’m glad I won’t have to stand before God someday and explain to Him why I took an innocent human life. Option: have the baby and give it up for adoption to a family who has not been blessed with a child. Winner for both parties.

Essie Kayes
Essie Kayes
2 months ago
Reply to  Gene Ralno

There is no anger or negative “tone” intended in this reply; simply giving a scenario to consider. Suppose someone dropped my elderly grandmother off at my house and left. My grandmother is dependent on me for all her care; feeding, bathroom necessities, hygiene, housing etc…She has no income or insurance. After a few weeks or months, I’m tired, getting to work is difficult, it’s a strain on my budget and peace of mind. No one will take her in, she has nowhere to go. She is completely vulnerable through no cause of her own. I decide to kill her for my own convenience. Is this OK? Unique DNA, heartbeat, mind, feelings, LIFE…to intentionally end another’s life is murder and murder is never a private matter.

Patricia
Patricia
2 months ago
Reply to  Gene Ralno

Have you written Biden Pelosi, Schumer, et al? We cannot monitor every egregious act “between doctor and patient,” but the Democrat Party has insisted government must compel and fund abortion. Furthermore, kindly understand that all civilizations have succeeded only with strong moral laws that respect natural law and Divine Authority.

susan dudak
susan dudak
2 months ago

God bless this man. And I believe he will. Abortion up to birth. You have to be an animal to even think there is anything right about that. Abortion on demand is a disgrace to our country and we will suffer for it.

susan dudak
susan dudak
2 months ago

Nancy Pelosi brags about abortion. Says she is thrilled “God has let her kill all these unnecessary babies”. Really people. Abortion on demand is a disgrace to our country and God will judge us for it. Trust me, he will.

musicgirl77
musicgirl77
2 months ago

I SO strongly think this is one issue God will judge us MOST harshly over. It’s just unfathomable to me how ANYONE can live with themselves for being part of it. And those that are selling them…….demons on this earth.

Lillian Reheusser
Lillian Reheusser
2 months ago

Nancy is right. God has given us a free will. We all have choices to make. Cain was free to choose whether or not to kill Abel. Oswald was free to choose whether or not to kill Kennedy. Their choices were not necessarily right in our eyes and I can guess not in the eyes of God. Bin Laden was free to choose to destroy the Twin Towers and kill over 3000 people that day. So according to Nancy, isn’t it wonderful that we have the free will to do whatever we want including killing babies? Yes, she has the free choice to choose between Heaven and Hell. I think we all know her choice. And she has the nerve to try to destroy President Trump. Where was her respect for his Free Will and Freedom of Choice? Get a life, Nancy, far from Washington, perhaps in your freezer in San Francisco. Give us the freedom to live our lives peacefully according to our Constitution for which you have no respect.

russell remmert
russell remmert
2 months ago

I agree this man is right, may he prosper getting the truth out