Pro-lifers up in arms over pro-abortion CA

Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

I Vote Pro-Life (woman holding sign)California’s governor has signed a bill allowing college students to obtain chemical abortions on campus at the same time a pro-life group is taking its message to a liberal college campus.

Governor Gavin Newsom has signed SB 24 into law, which requires that state-supported college and university health clinics provide chemical abortions to students.

The liberal governor signed the legislation over vocal opposition from educators and the state’s own Department of Finance.

Brian Johnston of the National Right to Life Committee says what is going unmentioned is a Los Angeles Times story that one in four undergraduates report being raped on campus. So the abortion pill covers up the crime.

“This is a very keen, convenient cover-up,” he warns. “You might want to call it the Harvey Weinstein bill, or maybe the Jeffrey Epstein memorial fund, because what this does is this doesn't help young women.”

Meanwhile, pro-life group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust is heading soon to the University of California San Francisco to document and expose abortion on the campus.

Survivors national director Jeff White tells OneNewsNow the university is so pro-abortion that is aborts babies in vivo.

“Which really means,” he says, “they deliver a live child only to take that child and harvest its organs.”

The reason the fetus is alive, he explains, is that the chemical used in an abortion at that stage damages the organs and tissue.

“It's absolutely unbelievable,” he says, “that it's happening.”

Asked about someone defending the use of fetal organs for research, perhaps to discover medical treatments, White says it’s evil to accept the idea of killing one person in order to help another person live.

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