Rick Scott backs Dignity for Aborted Children Act
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Rick Scott backs Dignity for Aborted Children Act

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12 U.S. senator, including Florida Senator Rick Scott (R), introduced the Dignity for Aborted Children Act after 2,246 aborted babies were found at the home a deceased abortion doctor in Indiana.

“Our culture values life less and less,” stated Scott “We need to change that. All life is precious and should be treated with respect.”

The bill would ensure that proper disposal and burial be conducted for all aborted unborn children

Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, known as the “most prolific abortion doctor in history, died in early September. His family found the mass human remains at his home while they were sifting through his belongings. According to the Will County Attorney General, no criminal charges can be filed because Klopfer is dead.

Vice President Mike Pence responded to the “horrific” findings as  Klophers home, call the discovery  “appalling & should shock the conscience of every American.”

Pence also pointed out that while he was Governor of Indiana, he revoked Klopfer’s licence to practice medicine, and “passed a law requiring fetal remains be treated with dignity.”

“His actions should be fully & thoroughly investigated, the remains of the unborn must be treated with dignity & respect & this abortionists defenders should be ashamed,” said Pence We will always stand for the unborn.

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