Pro-life group taking message to pro-abortion states

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Created Equal jumbotron in actionSupporters of extreme abortion laws in several states will soon see what an abortion is like.

Presidential candidates are speaking about abortion to the moment of birth and some states have taken similar action or are considering action along that line.

Viewing the Democratic candidates who want to occupy the White House, Mark Harrington of Created Equal says all of them refuse to protect newborn children from murder.

Harrington

“In fact,” he points out, “many of them have been on record saying they don't believe the government should mandate giving medical care to babies that survive an attempted abortion.”

New York passed legislation allowing abortion through actual birth of the baby and other states are considering mirroring such action. So the pro-life group is going to states where legislators and governors are supporting late-term abortion and infanticide.

“We're going to be taking our jumbotron screen showing abortion in the late trimester of pregnancy,” Harrington tells OneNewsNow.

Created Equal plans to take the jumbotron to New York, Vermont and Virginia, with future plans to travel to other states if funds allow.

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