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Franklin Graham: Senate Vote on Abortion Keeps U.S. ‘Among the Worst 7 Countries in the World’

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In a scathing rebuke to U.S. senators, many of whom profess to be Christian, Evangelical pastor Franklin Graham has condemned the shameful failure to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Children Protection Act, calling it a vote “against human rights, the right to be born.”

In a series of posts on social media, Rev. Graham—the son of the eminent Billy Graham—underscored the advances of medical science that assure the ability of developed unborn infants to feel pain, as well as noting that the Senate decision places the United States in a notoriously small group of nations that allow abortions beyond 20 weeks, in the company of ruthless atheist dictatorships like China and North Korea.

“This week the Senate was 9 votes short of saving a lot of lives. But the vote finished at 51 for – 46 against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act that would have banned abortions after 20 weeks in the U.S.,” Graham wrote.

… “We remain among the worst 7 countries in the world with these 20-week abortions,” he concluded. “Pray for our lawmakers; and pray for our nation to turn to God.”

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