Pro-abortion media admits unborn babies have senses and emotions

The pro-abortion media has admitted that unborn babies have senses and are capable of expressing emotions, directly contradicting the oft-quoted false claim that unborn babies are not yet human.

CBS News, the Guardian and the Today’s show published/released an article on Thursday detailing a scientific study that produced the “first direct evidence that babies react differently to different smells and tastes before they are born.”

“Fetuses are big fans of carrots but not leafy greens — and show it in their faces, scientists said in a new study released Thursday,” CBS News reported. “A team of scientists studied 4D ultrasound scans of 100 pregnant women and found that babies exposed to carrot flavors exhibited ‘laughing face’ reactions. Those exposed to kale flavors, on the other hand, showed more “crying” responses.

The stories include images from the study of unborn babies making facial expressions, apparently in reaction to different foods. A photo in the CBS News story has a caption that reads, “The fetus is seen smiling apparently after the mother eats carrots. FM6 is described by researchers as a “cheek lifter” and FM12 as a “lip corner puller”.

The study was published in the journal Psychological Sciences, and includes scientists from the Durham Fetal and Neonatal Research Laboratory and Aston University in Birmingham, central England. A team from the National Center for Scientific Research in Burgundy, France, also provided assistance.

Beyza Ustun, senior postgraduate researcher, said several previous studies have “suggested that babies can taste and smell in the womb”.

“But they are based on results after birth whereas our study is the first to see these reactions before birth,” Ustun said. “As a result, we believe that this repeated exposure to flavors before birth could help establish food preferences after birth, which could be important when thinking about messaging around healthy eating and the possibility of ‘avoid “food fussing” during weaning.”

Research co-author Professor Jackie Blissett, of Aston University, said the study results could mean that “repeated exposures to prenatal flavors may lead to preferences for flavors experienced after the birth”.

“In other words, exposing the fetus to less ‘appreciated’ flavors, such as kale, could mean that it becomes accustomed to those flavors in utero,” Blissett said. “The next step is to examine whether fetuses show fewer ‘negative’ responses to these flavors over time, leading to greater acceptance of these flavors when babies first taste them outside the womb. .”

When discussing the new study, the hosts of the Today’s show on NBC News showed photographs of “a few amazing baby faces” on live television, repeatedly calling them “babies” rather than sterilizing their language with the term “fetus”.

The Guardian titled her own story, “Taste of kale makes unborn babies cringe, finds research,” also opting for the term “babies.”

Pregnant women and their unborn babies between 32 and 36 weeks gestation participated in the study – what would be considered a late pregnancy. Notably, far-left Democrats are increasingly arguing that “pregnant people” should be able to end the life of their unborn children through abortion at any time during pregnancy, including between 32 and 36 weeks when the study took place.

CBS News posted the story on Twitter, only for the conservative replies to receive significantly more engagement than the original post:

“It’s almost like they’re human so they have senses and emotions and stuff…Almost there,” British rapper Zuby wrote.

Zuby also reacted to the Today’s show segment saying, “Ah, so they’re ‘babies’ again now? Glad to see that recognized in the mainstream. A rare (perhaps accidental) moment of honesty. Carry on.”

“A baby is only a human being when he is wanted. She’s a clump of cells when she’s not,” Life News pointed out.

“Fetus?? Hey CBS News, this is a baby and they clearly have feelings and reactions in the womb despite your agenda to dehumanize them,” the House Republican Policy Committee wrote.

“You know what they’re not big fans of either? Being surgically torn in the womb,” Virginia State Rep. Nick Freitas said.


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