Anti-life cities are determined to expand abortion – and make taxpayers foot the bill.
But one American city took things to an unspeakable level.
And once you hear how this city used a taxpayer-funded health system to carry out a radical agenda – you’ll be steaming mad.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced NYC Health + Hospitals would become the first public health system in America to offer telehealth abortions.
Those who want an abortion simply have to make a virtual appointment through the Virtual ExpressCare to speak with a New York state-licensed health care professional . . .
. . . and then if “appropriate” – an abortion kit will be mailed to their home in just a few days.
This deadly service is available 12 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Adams boasts about killing more babies
In an official press release on his website, Adams boasted about the national attention New York is receiving for expanding abortion.
He reiterated New York City’s determination to kill babies at any stage of a woman’s pregnancy and claimed limiting abortion was “attacking” women. “Here in New York City, we will not allow the far right to continue its crusade to strip women of their reproductive rights,” Adams said.
“Last year, an activist Supreme Court undermined almost 50 years of settled law by overturning Roe v. Wade, but New Yorkers know that access to safe, legal abortion care is the cornerstone of public health, and we will not stand idly by as these attacks on women continue,” Adams continued.
Of course, abortion is not safe and legal – it leaves emotional and often physical scars that damages a women’s body forever.
But Adams doesn’t care about further traumatizing or exploiting scared pregnant moms.
All he cares about finding more ways to kill unborn babies – and forcing taxpayers to pay for it.
“Today, I am proud to announce another first for any city government: Access to abortion care will now be available through telehealth visits at NYC Health + Hospitals sites from the comfort of one’s home,” Adams boasted.
He continued “In New York City, we will never stop fighting for a woman’s right to choose the care that is right for them, and we will never stop working to make abortion care more accessible to all New Yorkers.”
The fight for life is far from over
While overturning Roe v. Wade was a great start for Pro-Lifers, the fight for life is far from over.
Some states have passed life-saving legislation like Florida and Texas – but then there are those like New York who are determined to expand abortion as far as they can.
The only way to push back against the anti-life agenda is to keep up the fight, and never let up.
Unborn babies’ lives are at stake – and they need people to fight for them since they can’t yet protect for themselves.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.
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