Did your representative vote in favor of torture in the womb?

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Dangerous hate speech. That’s what some members of the US House of Representatives called scientific evidence that shows that babies feel pain when being aborted. 

As a result of their inflamed comments, 154 members of the United States House of Representatives voted on July 31 against the D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 3803) — and in favor of unrestricted abortions in the District of Columbia up until the day of birth, even abortions that inflict excruciating pain on the unborn. 

Many of those 154 members gave stump speeches about how a “woman’s right to choose” would be infringed upon if the Act were passed into law. Never once did they mention the unborn children who are violently tortured by the practice of late abortions. The law would have banned abortions after 20 weeks post-fertilization, when medical experts agree that unborn babies can feel pain. 

Pro-abortion House members cannot claim ignorance of what happens during a late abortion. Dr. Anthony Levatino, a former abortionist, described in detail what happens during a late abortion in the committee hearing of HR 3803. Dr. Levantino verbally went through the Dilation and Evacuation procedure, step by step, telling members how the children are dismembered and have their heads crushed by stainless steel forceps. HR 3803 would have protected babies from this torture. 

Below is the list of the Texas Congressional Delegation and how each US Representative voted on the D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. 

Did your US Representative vote to continue torturing babies? Below, the green check marks indicate that the delegate voted in favor of banning abortion after 20 weeks. The red X indicates that the delegate voted against the bill and to continue torturing babies. “NV” means the delegate did not cast a vote. 

Member

District

Party

Office #

HR 3803 (D.C. Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act)

Gohmert, Louie

1

R

202.225.3035

Poe, Ted

2

R

202.225.6565

Johnson, Sam

3

R

202.225.4201

Hall, Ralph

4

R

202.225.6673

Hensarling, Jeb

5

R

202.225.3484

Barton, Joe

6

R

202.225.2002

Culberson, John

7

R

202.225.2571

Brady, Kevin

8

R

202.225.4901

Green, Al

9

D

202.225.7508

X

McCaul, Michael

10

R

202.225.2401

NV*

Conaway, Mike

11

R

202.225.3605

Granger, Kay

12

R

202.225.5071

Thornberry, Mac

13

R

202.225.3706

Paul, Ron

14

R

202.225.2831

NV

Hinojosa, Ruben

15

D

202.225.2531

X

Reyes, Silvestre

16

D

202.225.4831

X

Flores, Bill

17

R

202.225.6105

Lee, Sheila Jackson

18

D

202.225.3816

NV

Neugebauer, Randy

19

R

202.225.4005

Gonzalez, Charles

20

D

202.225.3236

X

Smith, Lamar

21

R

202.225.4236

Olson, Pete

22

R

202.225.5951

Canseco, Quico

23

R

202.225.4511

Marchant, Kenny

24

R

202.225.6605

Doggett, Lloyd

25

D

202.225.4865

NV

Burgess, Michael

26

R

202.225.7772

Farenthold, Blake

27

R

202.225.7742

Cuellar, Henry

28

D

202.225.1640

Green, Gene

29

D

202.225.1688

X

Johnson, Eddie Bernice

30

D

202.225.8885

X

Carter, John

31

R

202.225.3864

Sessions, Pete

32

R

202.225.2231

 

 *Congressman Michael McCaul was not present at the time of voting, but was a co-sponsor of the bill.

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