Many People are Beginning to Question the 10-Year-Old Girl going to Indiana Abortion story
Was it truly an abortion story too good to confirm?
According to some speculative sources, as President Biden signed an executive order on abortion, many began to question the story repeated by Biden and much of the world. As he signed the bill, he repeated the story of a 10-year-old girl who nobody can identify that was forced to travel from Ohio to Indiana to have an abortion after being raped.
“Ten years old. Raped, six weeks pregnant. Already traumatized. Was forced to travel to another state. Imagine being that little girl. Just—I’m serious—just imagine being that little girl.”
The state of Ohio now prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat is discovered as well as no abortion exceptions in cases of rape or incest.
It all brought people to wonder, or in Biden's phrasing “Imagine.” Many claim the tale is one of the most potent post-Roe talking points for those who want abortion to be a voting issue this fall. However, the same amount of people is beginning to question why there is no evidence this girl exists. Megan Fox of PJ Media was the first to point such a thing out.
A headline broke the airwaves on July 1st as it read, “Patients head to Indiana for abortion services as other states restrict care.” Caitlin Bernard told the paper’s medical reporter that after the Ohio ban went into effect, she’d fielded a call about the girl from a “child abuse doctor,” in Ohio. Eventually, she [the 10-year-old] “was on her way to Indiana to Bernard’s care.” Presumably, Dr. Bernard performed an abortion.
However, medical professionals have a duty to report child rape to law enforcement. Strange thing is - Dr. Bernard won’t say where the alleged crime occurred nor will she identify the Ohio doctor who referred the case. Dave Yost, the Ohio Attorney General, stated his office heard “not a whisper” of such a crime from prosecutors, police, and sheriffs in his state.
Many are in anger as what seemed to happen was Biden stamping a seal of approval on an unlikely story from a biased source that perfectly fits the Democratic narrative. Now, this is not a call to say that this is a false or made-up story, however, I do believe people deserve to know a bit more detail instead of bland and generic third-grader textbook answers…