Williams recalls grabbing the armrests of her chair and elevating herself to a squatting position, heels at the edges of her seat. The receptionist and staff kept telling her to sit down and close her legs, but she couldn’t comply. “There was just no stopping it,” she said.
Williams said she delivered her baby, Shanice, onto the recliner almost immediately after squatting. First amniotic fluid spilled out, then the baby dropped onto the cushion.
“When I saw that happen, I jumped off the chair and turned away, facing the wall,” Williams said.
Shanice’s body slid on the blood and amniotic fluids into the rear corner of the recliner because she was still attached to Williams by the umbilical cord. “When I jumped off I pulled her like into the back of the chair because she was still attached,” she said.
Well woohoo. There's female autonomy and empowerment for you. The kid is slithering on the floor, the product of "reproductive justice", the mother is in shock, and the staff is freaking because they don't know how to deal with non-dead babies. Live birth is a "dreaded complication" in these scenarios. Death is the goal.
Thank you feminists of the world for making this death scene possible. Couldn't have done it without you.
The baby is born and dies on the floor, she is worthy of sympathy.
Had she died a minute earlier in the womb, well tough luck kid! You deserve no rights if you're deemed unwanted.
According to the lawsuit and Williams’ recollection, Gonzalez, the clinic’s owner, who has no health care licensing, came into the waiting room, cut the umbilical cord, and scooped Shanice’s body into a red biohazard bag, sealed it and tossed it into a trash can.
Life is cheap in an abortion clinic. Dead babies are biohazardhous waste material.
She does recall the most startling part: Her 23-week-old pregnancy looked like an actual baby.
“They never said anything to me that would make me think it was a baby. They never said anything like baby, fetus. Nothing. They only said things like ‘termination’ and ‘pregnancy’ and ‘termination of pregnancy,’” she said. “They cheated me because they didn’t tell me everything and the doctor wasn’t there.”
But don't pass laws to make abortion providers show ultrasounds to their patients because that might...actually inform women! Abortion providers can be trusted to speak the truth....
She said the staff’s reaction to the live birth made her feel disrespected. “They tried to make it look like this was my fault. Like I asked for this. … They wouldn’t admit to me the whole time something went wrong,” she said. “I feel like they treated me like nothing, like a nobody.”
The mistake she made was trusting these people. This all goes to show that there needs to be informed consent laws to lay down the bare facts about abortion: that it kills a human being. And also to show that prospective mother who it is that the abortion is about to kill.
But that would be way too honest for feminists. Women cannot be empowered with knowledge-- it would turn back the clock on their agenda!