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Abortion survivors and pro-life activists Jennifer Milborn and Ryan Bomberger say Sunday two days after the Supreme Courtruled historic in the Dobbs v. Jackson case. We shared their happiness and the joy of adoption. Jackson Overturned the controversial 50-year precedent for women's health and Roe v. Wade.
Milborn, who survived the abortion, was overdeveloped by the time of her surgery, so she survived to Pete Hegses, the host of "Fox&Friends Weekend". I talked about.
"Initially, I was a little farther than I expected," she said. "My head didn't fit in a vacuum tube ..." Milborn said, she said, and miscarriageists said she was more likely to have a miscarriage.
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"Someone has to speak for those little lives that haven't been spoken," she said.
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Joining Milborn was a rape-pregnant Bomberger. And bring him into her adoption.
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"I'm literally one percent of that 100 percent of the time used to justify an abortion," he said. "But thank God that my parents Henry and Andrea Bomberger (two of the most professional life I've ever known) shattered the myths of unwanted children."
Bomberger, who founded theRadiance Foundationto encourage the value of prolife and allow families to pay for adoption, ignores prolife advocates when they have children. He continued to criticize the claim to do, for example, citing his adoptive parent, who adopted Ryan and then nine more children.
"I have four fathers and two children have been adopted. My wife, as a teacher in her twenties, faced an unplanned pregnancy and refused to violence in abortion. So the overturning of this egg is very deep ., personal impact on me ... "
" I am grateful to be able to prove that victory can rise from tragedy, "he said. Added.
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