The pro-abortion American Medical Association (AMA) is being led by abortion supporters who believe killing a baby in the womb is “important health care.”
Life News reports:
On Wednesday, Dr. Gerald E. Harmon, president of the AMA, wrote a column on the association website criticizing a Mississippi law that prohibits abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Most countries in the world prohibit abortions after 15 weeks, if not sooner, but Harmon slammed the Mississippi law as dangerous and “unacceptable.”
“In the U.S., abortion is a safe and common medical procedure that remains an important component of reproductive health care, which in turn is essential to overall health and well-being,” he wrote. “Our AMA will always fight government intrusion that compromises access to safe, evidence-based clinical care, including access to abortion services.”
The AMA recently filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to block the law. The court is scheduled to hear the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, on Dec. 1.
Harmon claimed the pro-life law – which a strong majority of Americans support, according to a recent AP poll – goes against the doctor-patient relationship and “violates medical ethics.”