Friday, February 21, 2020

Taxpayers Funding Abortion Training

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Over the coming weeks millions of taxpayers will be filing our tax returns---and writing a check.

What most will not know is that part of their tax payment is going to fund abortion training for doctors.

It's shocking. But it's true.

Be informed.

Abortion doctors needed.

Cheryl Sullenger with Operation Rescue says the "abortion industry has struggled for years with not having enough doctors available to terminate preborn children."

She says, "That is why the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health in San Francisco was set up."

The Bixby Center was created to train new abortionists in order to keep the killing clinics open. And to promote not only so-called "women's choice" aka women's reproductive healthcare, but to support population control.

One part of the Bixby Center is the Ryan Residency Training Program in Abortion and Contraceptives, which trains and sends out young abortionists to keep the abortion industry alive.

Sullenger says the organization depends on taxpayers to meet their budget.

She says,
"Some of the funding is provided by the government---state and federal governments of the United States. Taxpayers are actually paying for these programs that target Americans for depopulation. It's really shocking."

It's well known and well documented that Planned Parenthood's founder, Margret Sanger, was a leader in the eugenics movement---advocating population control based on individual value---particularly targeting the black communities.

Sullenger says,
"The Ryan Program has provided freshly trained young abortionists for many abortuaries throughout the country, including Planned Parenthood facilities in New York City and St. Louis, MO., as well as Preterm in Cleveland, Ohio."

And she says, "All three have dismal records of injuring abortion patients seriously enough to send them to hospital emergency rooms and post-abortion patient deaths."

Abortionist: Repeat customers "make my day"

A family physician who specializes in abortions tweeted last week: " Every single day, I see patients who I've seen before for abortion services but end up with another undesired pregnancy. When they come back, they are often quite embarrassed to be in that position again and are worried we might be judging them. We don't."

The doctor continued: "In fact, as a family physician who does exclusively abortion work now, it makes my day to see a familiar face. Those of us who do this work understand that this can happen to anyone at anytime, and we take it as a huge compliment if you trust us with your care again."

As you can imagine, pro-life people saw the tweet and responded.

One person tweeted: "I remember years ago my dad, Catholic father of 8, said he feared abortion would eventually be used as a form of birth control. He was right."

After social media lit up with similar pro-life comments, the doctor responded:
"Hello to the anti-abortion side of Twitter. I make no apologies for caring for people in difficult situations with as much compassion as I can. Your collective blaming of women in this situation is exactly the problem I'm referring to."

Democrat lawmakers share the doctor's passion.

Last week Democrats walked out of the Virginia House of Delegates after a local pastor delivered an invocation urging them to protect the "unborn" and to uphold "biblical traditional marriage."

Pastor Robert M. Grant Jr. prayed,
"I pray that you may understand that all life is precious and worthy of a chance to be born, and God is a giver of life and people have no right or authority to take life. The unborn has rights, and those rights need to be protected. They should never be denied the right to exist, the right to develop, or the right t have a family."

The pastor continued his 6-minute prayer:
"The Word of God has given us a warning---woe to anyone who harms an innocent child. Everyone of you sitting here today can guarantee these rights to these little innocent children of Virginia...Please do not ignore there little voices. I pray for a heart change today."

At that, the Democrats began walking out of the chamber.

And the House Speaker gaveled the prayer to a close and began citing the Pledge of Allegiance.

One of the lawmakers told the local newspaper, "It was totally disrespectful to all of us" while another shouted, "Is this a sermon or a prayer?"

In response, Pastor Grant replied, "If you don't want to hear what a pastor has to say, then don't invite one."

God bless this pastor.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Bold. Be Faithful. Be Prayerful.