Dear Member of Congress,


I'm faxing today to challenge you to stand with me against infanticide. Please vote in favor of the "Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act" (S.311) and the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (S.3275). S.311 seeks to stop infanticide and protect babies born alive after botched abortion procedures. S.3275 would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy, which is when a majority of the medical community says unborn babies are capable of feeling pain. I urge you to support this important and necessary legislation.


S.311 is especially needed in the aftermath of New York joining seven states and Washington, D.C., in allowing abortions until just before birth. Americans are serious about seeing this heinous brutality against preborn and post-born infants stop. That’s why pro-life patriots, like me, are speaking up.


We’re making our voices heard because EVERY baby deserves the right to be born and to receive the help he or she needs to survive. Enough is enough! An estimated 61 million preborn infants have been murdered by abortion since the 1973 "Roe v. Wade" Supreme Court decision "legalized" the procedure. Abortion IS America's "holocaust." With that in mind, I urge you to support efforts to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act and the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.


Fear is the real motivation behind radical Democrats' desire to institute heinous and appalling abortion law, like the one  passed by the New York state legislature in January 2019. The far-Left is so afraid of the possibility that President Trump-appointed pro-life Supreme Court Justices will overturn "Roe v. Wade" that they're exposing their "culture of death" for the entire nation to see. Many "pro-choice" advocates have become so unhinged that barbarism and hysteria have replaced empathy and reason in the fight over abortion.


Please know that I am closely monitoring your response to my call to action. Thank you for your time and attention to this lifesaving legislation.




A Concerned U.S. Citizen