Vermont on verge of becoming 'abortion haven'

Monday, May 20, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

pregnancy ultrasoundPro-lifers report that The Green Mountain State has set the stage for notorious abortionists to set up shop there.

Mary Beerworth of the Vermont Right to Life Committee tells OneNewsNow the legislature has made her state one of the most pro-abortion in the country.

"The law codifies in state statute that abortion will be legal without restriction, limit, or regulation in Vermont. It's really that simple," Beerworth explains. "There is not a single regulation or requirement. They do not have to be a physician to perform an abortion. The clinics will have no oversight and no regulation."

So theoretically, a 12-year-old girl could walk into one of Vermont's 12 Planned Parenthood clinics, receive an abortion, and quietly go on with her young life, parental rights ignored.

Beerworth

"Look, there's a changing abortion landscape," the pro-lifer warns. "Vermont could become a late-term abortion haven, and we will have no tools in the tool box [against] someone like a Kermit Gosnell or any of these other abortionists who have flagrantly, callously violated a right to life for a tiny unborn baby."

Gosnell is the infamous Philadelphia abortionist serving life in prison for killing babies born alive after his failed abortions. His filthy clinic had not been inspected for 18 years.

The Vermont Legislature has also passed a constitutional amendment enshrining abortion as a right. That measure must pass in the next session again before it goes on an election ballot about a year later, so the Vermont Right to Life Committee will be educating voters on abortion and encouraging them to vote against it.

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