"See, ultrasound is completely operator dependent," Pittman adds. "One can manipulate the scan however they want. And in the hands of an abortion provider, that scan can prove to be deadly."
In the lengthy, yet thoroughly descriptive Facebook video below, Cleveland explains exactly why the burden to find the baby's heartbeat should not be placed upon the person being paid to kill it:
"Somehow," Pittman continues, "the ones whose livelihood comes from ‘performing the abortion’ will ‘in good faith’ find every single heartbeat? Let’s all hold our breath, shall we?"
In addition to the obvious conflict of interest at work in tasking a baby's hitman with the one job that will save its life, Pittman declares that regulating in-office abortion procedures will actually lead to more early-term abortions by the Morning After Pill.
With a healthy dose of sarcasm, Pittman concedes that there is a bit of good coming from these bills, that is, if you are part of the mainstream pro-life lobbyist groups: "They will be able to go to their donors, beat their chest, and say they have accomplished something. This will allow them to ask for more money to fight for this useless law in court, all the while bragging about how many lives that will be saved because laws like this magically make abortion doctors have ‘good faith.’ Oh, all of the faith they have created!"
So, if heartbeat bills aren't the answer, or even a step in the right direction, what are we to do?
It's simple, Pittman explains. Do it yourself: "It’s time to stop placing our trust in multi-million dollar lobby groups and instead place our trust in the King of the Universe who finds men who are hiding, like Gideon, and calls them mighty warriors."
"If individuals began rising up on their own and demanding their elected officials stop murdering children or face the consequences come election day, perhaps one day I can make a film called Babies Are No Longer Murdered Here."
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