Court Judgement Protects Babies From Biden

BREAKING: Big court victory for the Unborn in Texas

A US court has ruled against the efforts of the Biden administration to force medics in Texas to carry out emergency room (ER) abortions.

Upholding an earlier decision, the US Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit rejected Government claims that the ‘Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act’ (EMTALA) compelled doctors to provide ‘elective abortions’ to stabilise the life of the mother.

The appeals court agreed with the plaintiffs – the State of Texas, the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Christian Medical and Dental Associations – that the EMTALA does not make ER abortions mandatory.

The court ruled that: “We agree with the district court that EMTALA does not provide an unqualified right for the pregnant mother to abort her child”.

Ryan Bangert, of religious freedom organisation ADF International, the group representing the two medical associations, said the court was correct to rule that the federal Government “has no business” turning ERs into “abortion clinics”.

“Elective abortion is not life-saving care – it ends the life of the unborn child – and the government has no authority to force doctors to perform these dangerous procedures”.