Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) has released the year-to-date statistics as of the end of November. The monthly report, issued on December 3, reveals that 3,234 babies were killed in Florida during November. This number seems low compared to the average monthly killings. However, when looked at on a year-to-date basis, we have allowed the surgical dismemberment and chemical poisoning of 65,156 human beings so far this year. And 2020 isn't over yet.
Of the 3,234 babies killed during November:
2,732 were killed for no particular reason, other than their mothers, fathers, and/or grandparents wanted them dead.
317 children were sacrificed to save their parents some money.
76 humans died because their mothers were mentally unstable.
39 babies were killed because their mothers determined that their own health was more important than the life of the babe in their womb.
7 preborn children were executed under the guise of saving their mother's life.
54 "defective" children were put to death by their parents.
7 babies received the death penalty instead of their rapist fathers.
2 babies were murdered to hide the crime of incest.
The overwhelming majority (3,003, or 93%) of babies killed in November were 12 weeks old or younger.
228 children (7%) were between 13-16 weeks old at the time of their murders.
No 3rd-trimester killings were reported last month, but keep in mind that AHCA records only those babies killed in certified abortion mills - not those killed in hospitals or private physicians' offices. Those who go to the mills know that late-term abortions are committed here, despite what is reported. They see heavily pregnant women. They know, and we know, that babies are killed at all stages.
So far this year, 6 babies have been born alive following abortion attempts. The fates of these tiny humans is unknown, but one can only assume they were left to die.
Won't you fight for justice for all preborn human beings? We must criminalize all murder - not just some. We must prosecute every murderer - not just some. Until we establish justice for all, we cannot promise justice to any.