A pro-life activist took dramatic action in Florida to challenge the state’s abortion industry to follow the governor’s order.
Cris Dosev, a pro-life activist in Pensacola, used his automobile to block the entrance to American Family Planning, which was open for business despite an order by Gov. Ron DeSantis stopping nonessential surgeries during the coronavirus epidemic.
“I've taken the liberty to block its entrance with my vehicle,” Dozev told fellow pro-life activists, “so that they will comply with Governor DeSantis' orders that requires nonessential medical procedures to be off limits until the coronavirus outbreak has been controlled.”
Dozez wasn’t done, either: He pointed out that the governor’s executive order demands that people from Louisiana be quarantined for 14 days if they enter Florida.
Louisiana is enduring a dramatic number of infections – more than 6,400 to date with fatalities closing in on 300 – and Dosev and other activists noticed a large number of automobiles showed they traveled from Louisiana.
After Dozev took action, police asked abortion clients to park elsewhere and walk to the clinic to abort their children.