Blood Work 2.0
by Ken Pullen
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
A few days ago, Saturday, January 7th to be exact, I sat down and wrote a column titled Blood Work.
In that article I made a case that if blood were drawn and tested in a murdered human child — as we in this nation and around the world use the euphemism and sanitized word “abortion” to soothe our guilt and deny we’re murderers — that blood when tested could only prove to be human.
And no warm-blooded vertebrate being has life ever without blood.
Even the cold-hearted reptiles have blood and need it in order to live.
Thus it nullifies the whole inane diversionary tactic argument and debate of “When does life begin?” which is used by the proponents of murdering the youngest of our offspring on a daily basis — and having taxpayers pay for these millions of murders as seen here on the Real Time Number of Abortions Counter now reaching OVER 59,706,345, as I sit writing this, since Roe v Wade was enacted making murder — lawlessness lawful in America in 1973.
It’s in the blood.
The LIFE BLOOD.
Why would we have the phrase for centuries, the cliché of “life blood” if blood did not instantly and assuredly connote without it there is no life!?
One serious omission on my part in the article I wrote last Saturday — when does blood show up in a human baby? A human embryo?
Below is a small little video of a beating heart in a human baby alive and growing in its mothers womb. That human baby, when this little video clip was taken was 3 weeks and 1 day old.