Earliest Surviving Preemie

You shall not murder.    Exodus 20:13

This won’t take long.

Curtis Zy-Keith Means has been named the most premature baby to ever survive by the Guinness Book of World Records.  He was born only 21 weeks and 1 day into his mother’s pregnancy on July 5, 2020 at the neonatology division of the University of Alabama.

His family celebrated his first birthday last summer.  He is healthy and energetic with no problems from his early birth.

Babies born that early rarely survive.  Some hospitals don’t even try to help them.  Curtis, however, responded to oxygen and other treatments.  It wasn’t easy.  He stayed in the hospital for 275 days before going home.

So…here’s my question to everyone who is pro-abortion.  If you think abortions are OK, because fetuses aren’t really human beings yet, at what point would you have stopped calling Curtis a non-human and welcomed him into the human race?

What’s that you say?  Once born he was no longer a fetus?  Well then!  You just admitted that there was no change in his physical development or condition that changed him from fetus to human.  That makes abortion like real estate – it’s all about location, location, location.

In the womb, kill them.  Outside the womb…too late!

See?  That didn’t take long at all!

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