Ohio Department of Health Releases Abortion Report
Abortions in 2021 Increased by Nearly 6% From 2020
The Ohio Department of Health has just releasted its abortion death report for 2021, and the news is very grim. 21,813 innocent Ohio children were slaughtered in the womb, an increase of nearly 6% over the 20,605 babies who were killed in 2020.
As per usual, Cuyahoga County led the way with 31.1% of all abortions in Ohio. Summit County was next on the death list, followed by Franklin, Hamilton and Montgomery Counties.
One statistic in the 2021 report that is particularly troubling is the number of black babies who died from abortion in Cuyahoga County. In Cuyahoga County, the black population represents about 30% of the total population, but the number of black babies who died from abortion in the County (3233) is three times more than the number of white babies who were killed by abortion (1088). Planned Parenthood founder and noted eugenicist Margaret Sanger would undoubtedly be very pleased with these numbers, as one of her main objectives was the extermination of the black population. One does not have to wonder why most abortion clinics are located within walking distance of minority neighborhoods. This genocide is being celebrated as “health care.” No, it is a crisis. It is extermination, plain and simple.
Late term abortions are yet another horrifying fact we must sadly highlight: 156 babies between 21 and 24 weeks gestation suffered a terrible and painful death at the hands of these abortionists last year in Ohio. These particularly gruesome surgical techniques involve crushing, dismemberment and removal of a the baby’s body from the womb, mere weeks before, or even after, the fetus reaches a developmental age of potential viability outside the mother.
When will this madness end? God only knows. We must do our part. Please, pray for these innocent souls and all babies in danger of being aborted. And vote wisely in November.
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