Parents Are Just Throwing Their Babies in the Trash in New Jersey

Not one but two babies have been found dead at a New Jersey recycling plant last week. The two seem unrelated.

Workers discovered the first ghastly disposal of an infant hours before shocking discovering another one. The Colgate Paper Stock Recycling Processing Facility handles garbage for the city. Apparently, parents placed the children in the trash where they were transported with other garbage to be sorted.

The first discovery was at 9:20AM on Wednesday. It wasn’t long before there was a second. How the babies died is being investigated by the Middlesex Regional Medical Examiner’s Office.

New Jersey has some of the most liberal abortion laws in the nation, with many parents coming to the state to have their abortions in order to evade restrictions in other states. Each year, approximately 48,110 babies are legally murdered each year in The Garden State.

Democratic state governor, Phil Murphy, signed pro-abortion legislation as his first act in office. It seems the anti-life attitude has spread to already-born babies as well as the unborn.


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