Infanticide is now being seriously proposed by some in medical establishment
A new video by social analyst Mark Dice shows Obama supporters in San Diego signing a petition to back making infanticide (post-birth abortion) legal under Obamacare.
Dice explained that the petition supported giving parents the right to kill children aged under 3-years-old in order to “relieve the burden to deal with the children themselves”.
Others were told that killing babies would “help keep the population down” as they signed the petition.
One man even signed the petition while holding his own child on his shoulders as Dice explained that the petition was to “support infanticide for small children”.
“It’s sort of like infanticide, homicide, it’s the parents’ right to eliminate the burden of having to have to take care of the child themselves,” Dice told another signatory to the petition. “Post birth abortion….It’s like homicide for children,” Dice told another woman.
Once again, Dice illustrated that the public can be made to get behind virtually anything, so long as it’s backed by the words “support Obama”.
In another recent video, Media Research Center reporter Dan Joseph convinced numerous students at George Mason University (GMU) to sign a petition demanding lawmakers legalize “fourth trimester” abortions, in other words killing babies that had already been born.
While these videos show how gullible the public is when it comes to supporting the horrific practice of infanticide, something that “house of horrors” abortionist Kermit Gosnell carried out on a routine basis, legalizing post-birth abortion has actually been seriously proposed by the medical establishment.
Last year, the University of Melbourne’s Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva wrote a paper arguing that “after-birth abortion’ (killing a newborn baby) should be permissible, including in cases where the newborn is not disabled.”
The notion of infanticide was also implicitlybacked by MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry, who recently said that newborn infants don’t count as being considered “alive”.