Nurse Tells of Babies Left to Die After Failed Abortions

Posted By on January 28, 2013

Jill Stanek is considered by many to be the most influential pro-life blogger on the internet. After a career in nursing, where she discovered live birth abortions being performed at her hospital, she became an outspoken advocate for the pro-life cause. She helped to pass the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, even being thanked by President George Bush at the signing, and continues to write and speak out about pro-life issues.

Cassy Fiano: Can you tell me a little about yourself and your background?


Jill Stanek: I was a registered nurse at a hospital in Chicago when, in 1999, I found out that they were involved in a late-term abortion procedure called induced labor abortion. This sometimes resulted in babies being aborted alive, and then left to die. I held a little abortion survivor for 45 minutes until he died, which was obviously life-changing. Then, eventually, I went public and got fired. I also testified for and helped pass the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. I went on to run for a seat as a state representative in 2002 and lost, and then I got involved instead in online news. I learned the ropes with a conservative news source in Illinois, and then started my own blog in 2005. I’ve been blogging ever since. What I do now, on a full-time basis, is write and speak on pro-life issues. . .


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