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But, of course, "fetus," a term those who favor abortion rights use to dehumanize the child, is actually Latin for unborn baby. Words can give life. Words can kill. Planned Parenthood has now rebuked Hillary for calling a "fetus" an "unborn child."

I am truly flabbergasted by women who deny the facts of human biology in the name of feminism. Ladies! Stop being ignorant and think about the real issues at hand!

I am truly flabbergasted by women who deny the facts of human biology in the name of feminism. Ladies! Stop being ignorant and think about the real issues at hand!

NBC'S Chuck Todd asks Hillary Clinton about the rights of unborn children on "Meet The Press," Sunday, April 3, 2016 (Photo: NBC screenshot)

NBC'S Chuck Todd asks Hillary Clinton about the rights of unborn children on "Meet The Press," Sunday, April 3, 2016 (Photo: NBC screenshot)

Read More About Stopping Abortion, Ending Planned Parenthood’s Taxpayer Funds | American Center for Law and Justice

Read More About Stopping Abortion, Ending Planned Parenthood’s Taxpayer Funds | American Center for Law and Justice

Patriarch Of Russia Calls Out Obama - Due to Obama's support for the Muslim rebels in Syria, Obama's measures of favor HAS RESULTED IN THE DEATHS OF CHRISTIANS. - Walid Shoebat

Patriarch Of Russia Calls Out Obama - Due to Obama's support for the Muslim rebels in Syria, Obama's measures of favor HAS RESULTED IN THE DEATHS OF CHRISTIANS. - Walid Shoebat

49% of Americans Said Abortion Affected Their Vote for President. Guess Who They Supported . The Electoral College votes were officially cast yesterday, making Donald Trump and running mate, Mike Pence, the next U.S. President and VP by a tally of 304-2

49% of Americans Said Abortion Affected Their Vote for President. Guess Who They Supported . The Electoral College votes were officially cast yesterday, making Donald Trump and running mate, Mike Pence, the next U.S. President and VP by a tally of 304-2

It might not seem revolutionary now to say "women's rights are human rights and human rights are women's rights"—but in 1995, in China, it was. Hear Hillary describe what it was like to stand behind the podium and say those words.

It might not seem revolutionary now to say "women's rights are human rights and human rights are women's rights"—but in 1995, in China, it was. Hear Hillary describe what it was like to stand behind the podium and say those words.

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