A California city is condemning pro-life states while failing to clean up its own act.
Patrina Mosley, director of life, culture, and women's advocacy for the Family Research Council, describes San Francisco's edict that city employees cannot travel to pro-life states on the city's dime as a bullying tactic.
"These states have had their citizens tell them that they want pro-life laws on the books. They succeeded in that, and it's to be respected," Mosley insists. "They can't push abortion down other people's throats."
She adds that San Francisco is ignoring the fact that California is losing population and businesses.
"That's people using their freedom as well," Mosley says. "This is a liberal state, it's a liberal city, and people are tired of it. They are moving elsewhere, and they are moving their businesses elsewhere where they can live their lives in freedom."
Meanwhile, some conventions set for San Francisco have been cancelled because of the city's filthy conditions. So many people there are homeless, so they treat sidewalks as a bathroom and leave used drug needles, among other things, on them.
"That is ... unbelievable and sad that they're not even taking care of their own city," the pro-lifer laments.