You've never been pregnant, have you, asshole? I have, but only for 11 weeks, after which I had a miscarriage. I really wanted a baby, but something was apparently wrong and the embryo deteriorated instead of developed, probably in week 7.
Being pregnant is a nuisance, unpleasant, a veritable ordeal, for most people. To a few people, it's dangerous, harming or even death.
Nobody, I repeat; NOBODY would ever get pregnant, stay pregnant with all the morning sickness, out-of-breathness, pre-labor, less and less space for your own organs so they are squeezed up, back and down, tiny feet kicking your full bladder, then tiny head butting your full bladder, not being able to breathe properly because lungs have no space, constipation, pre-eclampsia*, symphysis pubis dysfunction**, etc, just to have the almost-ready fetus then ripped from your body and killed at the end of those grueling 40 weeks.
Every sane person (including conservative women) who doesn't want a baby, who doesn't want to continue the pregnancy, wants the abortion done as early as possible. With the travesty and joke that is the women's clinics in the US (not blaming the clinics, but the ones making the rules), some women are not able to have an abortion early, or at all. Serious problems might then not be observed until very late in the pregnancy and a late-term abortion is then necessary. In most of the rest of the Western World, late-term abortions almost never happen (and even in the US only 1,3 percent of abortions happen after week 20), as we have proper healthcare, focused on OUR wellbeing, not the prejudices of a bunch of mostly old men.
* High blood pressure and a significant amount of protein in the urine. In severe cases impaired liver function, kidney dysfunction, swelling, shortness of breath due to fluid in the lungs, or visual disturbances. May lead to death.
** Basically, the pelvic floor is getting unhinged, making it painful and hard to stand or walk.