Definition of ‘Perinatal’ Reveals That Intent of California Bill Is To Legalize Infanticide
- relating to the time, usually a number of weeks, immediately before and after birth.
There is no getting around the fact that California bill AB 2223 would allow the killing of babies during the perinatal period of his or her life. However, too many people in America are allowing a godless thought pattern to push out the truth.
Here’s the definition of “perinatal” spelled out from several sources.
Here’s the truth!
UPDATE (April 22, 2022):
Words matter and California's proposed #InfanticideBill is trying sneak in legaleze that would decriminalize the killing of a baby during the PERINATAL period of its life. #truth https://t.co/5XdTzT2DyY
— Alex Murashko (@AlexMurashko) April 22, 2022
How is “perinatal” defined in the State of California?
California Code, Welfare and Institutions Code – WIC § 14134.5
(b) “Perinatal” means the period from the establishment of pregnancy to one month following delivery.
The measure has come under fire from pro-life groups who say it would prevent criminal liability if an infant dies during the perinatal period “due to a pregnancy-related cause” — which would essentially legalize the killing of newborn babies. The National Center on Health Statistics defines the perinatal period as between 28 weeks of gestation and seven days after birth but that definition can extend up to the 28 days.
Any More Questions About A.B. 2223?
The Golden State has become the ‘Gangrene State’ – The Christian Post
One California pro-life protester wrote to CBN News describing the scene at the capitol on Tuesday. “We prayed together, sang worship songs, and stood firm on God’s Word. But our battle isn’t over yet! We have so much more to do!” she wrote. “The battle belongs to the LORD! Stand firm and undaunted because we fight from a position of victory through Jesus and His finished work on the cross! IT IS FINISHED!”