Abortion Issues

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Ruth Sent Us seems to be falling apart







More recently, the group helped spread word that Kavanaugh was having dinner at a steak house. Protesters showed up but didn’t accomplish anything except forcing him to leave by a side door. Shut Down DC, a group affiliated with Ruth Sent Us, then offered payments of up to $250 for tips on the location of any conservative justice. That was last Friday and it appears Ruth Sent Us was banned Monday or early Tuesday. One of their allies was begging for help getting them unbanned Tuesday morning.





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Finally, it seems the police are finally starting to crack down on the protests themselves. Below is a video of a police officer in Maryland explaining that under state law loud disruptions of a quiet neighborhood can lead to an arrest. That means no bullhorns, no loud music, no drums and no sustained shouting. If you’ve seen videos of their previous protests you already know that drums, bullhorns and shouting were heavily featured.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Mother of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Claims ‘Everything is a Lie’ About Ohio Abortion Story



The mother now says that “everything is a lie” about the headline-grabbing story. She was interviewed behind a door by Telemundo following the father’s confession for the crime. MRC Latino shared the footage.

“Yes, but she’s fine,” the mother responded. “Everything they’re saying against him is a lie.”

The mother states that she has not filed charges against the lead suspect Gerson Fuentes, a 27-year-old illegal immigrant who has confessed to the crime.

Fuentes has been charged with rape, which is a first-degree felony in Ohio. The 10-year-old girl identified Fuentes as the one who impregnated her, according to a detective present at the arraignment in Franklin County Municipal Court on Wednesday.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
The relationship between Fuentes, the victim, and the girl’s mother remains unclear.

Bonilla speculated that the alleged rapist could be connected to the mother and noted that fear of deportation could be a factor contributing to the bizarre interview.

“This portion of a broader interview sheds significant light on the familial dynamics of this case, and further vindicates all skepticism over how the story broke and was handled,” he said. “We don’t even get to this point without the critical work of [PJ Media’s Megan Fox] and so many others.”

“This appears to confirm my thesis of a domestic situation wherein the confessed rapist is also the paramour of the victim’s mother (other familial relation is possible but less likely),” Bonilla said. “Unfortunately, I saw many such cases while working as a court interpreter.”










 

herb749

Well-Known Member
The relationship between Fuentes, the victim, and the girl’s mother remains unclear.

Bonilla speculated that the alleged rapist could be connected to the mother and noted that fear of deportation could be a factor contributing to the bizarre interview.

“This portion of a broader interview sheds significant light on the familial dynamics of this case, and further vindicates all skepticism over how the story broke and was handled,” he said. “We don’t even get to this point without the critical work of [PJ Media’s Megan Fox] and so many others.”

“This appears to confirm my thesis of a domestic situation wherein the confessed rapist is also the paramour of the victim’s mother (other familial relation is possible but less likely),” Bonilla said. “Unfortunately, I saw many such cases while working as a court interpreter.”












I knew there had to be more to this story. Bizarre .
 

herb749

Well-Known Member


I saw on another site someone post from a link that the Indiana hospital said the Dr that blabbed out the story didn't violate the girl's rights. Just more bizarre. The mother of this girl just wanted to keep this quiet but the politicals want to make a story of it.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Democrats bring woman who is a witch and a furry as witness for abortion hearing



Democrats brought a woman who appears to be a member of a witch coven that engages in furry play as a key witness in a Dobbs hearing on Tuesday. The Oversight & Investigations subcommittee held a hearing on the impacts of the reversal of Roe v. Wade and "taking away the Constitutional right to an abortion." The subcommittee heard testimony from various individuals on why abortion is “absolutely necessary.”

Democrats were allowed four witnesses and one of their totally sane choices was Paulina Guerrero.

When Paulina isn’t working as a National Program Manager at an abortion clinic, she spends her free time making YouTube videos conducting witch spells and engaging in furry play.

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GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Virginia attorney general urges Google not to censor crisis pregnancy centers


Crisis pregnancy centers are often nonprofit organizations that provide pregnant women with resources and services to assist with pregnancy and childrearing. Some operate as clinics and provide sonograms and other services for pregnant women. These organizations discourage women from getting abortion and often offer to help with alternatives, such as adoption or financial assistance.

Several Democratic lawmakers urged Google to censor these centers in search results and claimed they are fake clinics. In response, Miyares and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron sent a letter to Google discouraging them from censoring the organizations. Another 15 attorneys general signed onto their letter.

“Google has two options – protect the freedom of the marketplace of ideas or face legal consequences,” Miyares said in a statement. “American consumers expect diversity of opinion and thought. The idea that elected officials are both advocating for the removal of private charities and encouraging Google to outwardly discriminate against crisis pregnancy centers and silence voices different than their own is appalling.”

The letter decried “gallingly un-American political pressure” from Democratic lawmakers and warned the search engine that “if you fail to resist this political pressure, we will act swiftly to protect American consumers from this dangerous axis of corporate and government power.”
 

herb749

Well-Known Member
As expected the 10 yr old abortion story has disappeared because of being illegals. The media bit on making a sensation that has become a flop.
 

herb749

Well-Known Member

Democrats bring woman who is a witch and a furry as witness for abortion hearing



Democrats brought a woman who appears to be a member of a witch coven that engages in furry play as a key witness in a Dobbs hearing on Tuesday. The Oversight & Investigations subcommittee held a hearing on the impacts of the reversal of Roe v. Wade and "taking away the Constitutional right to an abortion." The subcommittee heard testimony from various individuals on why abortion is “absolutely necessary.”

Democrats were allowed four witnesses and one of their totally sane choices was Paulina Guerrero.

When Paulina isn’t working as a National Program Manager at an abortion clinic, she spends her free time making YouTube videos conducting witch spells and engaging in furry play.

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Both have things growing out of their heads . :faint:
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Matt Gaetz Calls Pro Choice Protesters Fat And Ugly, Says BE OFFENDED, Science Proves HE IS RIGHT​



 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Progressives claim that most – if not all – crisis pregnancy centers use deceptive means to con mothers out of seeking abortions. This claim does not stand up to scrutiny. None of these folks have proven that most CPCs lie to mothers seeking assistance. So, what is the real motivation behind their attacks on these organizations?

The answer is simple: Crisis pregnancy centers are highly effective at offering alternatives to abortion. Progressives can’t have groups like these cutting into Planned Parenthood’s profits, nor can they stomach the idea of women choosing not to abort their babies. Despite a serious deficit in funding, these organizations have managed to help millions of women and children over the years through the many services they provide.

In 2021, there were about 3,000 pregnancy centers nationwide, with over 30,000 volunteers and 400,000 donors. These organizations provide essential care to women who unexpectedly become pregnant and are looking for help. Their services include pregnancy testing, parenting education, adoption consultations, medical services, and after-abortion recovery support. They also provide much-needed items like car seats, baby formula, diapers, and other products mothers need to take care of their children.

A fact sheet from the institute notes that in 2019, CPCs provided a staggering number of services. This includes:

8 in 10 locations (or 2,132) offer Free Ultrasounds
486,213 Free Ultrasounds Performed
731,884 Free Pregnancy Tests
967,251 Free Consultations with New Clients
810 Locations offer STD Testing
563 Locations offer STD treatment onsite
291,230 Clients Attended Parenting and Prenatal Education Classes
21,698 Clients Attended After-Abortion Support and Recovery Sessions
305 Locations offer Abortion Pill Reversal
2,525 Locations offer Material Assistance such as baby items (including diapers, baby clothing outfits, new car seats and strollers)
120 Medical Mobile Units with Ultrasound (at least) rolling on the road to bring services to women out in the community
14,977 Paid Staff (25 percent of whom are licensed medical professionals)
53,855 Volunteers (12 percent of whom are licensed medical professionals)
10,215 licensed medical professionals involved as pregnancy center workers (paid staff and volunteers combined)

Pregnancy centers have been in existence for over 50 years. Pro-lifers started these groups even before Roe v. Wade and have been helping vulnerable mothers ever since.

Progressives have long decried the existence of these centers with a multitude of false claims. In a piece for Vox, author Anna North noted that some “feared that the centers ‘inappropriately interfered’ in patients’ decisions around their pregnancies,” and were somehow “preventing people from being able to choose or obtain an abortion.”

Of course, there is no explanation regarding how these centers somehow prevented mothers from terminating their pregnancies. As far as I know, there are no reports of CPCs kidnapping and imprisoning pregnant women until they have their children. Persuading a mother to keep her child is not the same as using force; the woman is making a choice, which is what Democrats claimed they wanted in the first place.






 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
I go for the heartbeat and pain argument.
So many women who want to be pregnant and then these people who are so selfish, they will kill to protect their life style.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Womp-Womp: New Poll Is Bad News for the Baby Killers







On the other side of the equation, pro-life Americans are turning out to be even more motivated to vote in the 2022 midterm elections, likely because the push to overturn Roe was always about giving Americans a voice — via their vote — in the discussion about what protections should be in place to protect the lives and rights of the unborn. Now that Roe is gone, the voices of pro-life Americans, especially those who list the right to life as a major or single-issue for which they vote, will be heard and matter when it comes to protecting life for the first time in decades this November.

Here's the gist of what The Post's poll found:

Those who reject the idea that the court’s ruling is a loss for women are 18 percentage points more likely to express certainty they will vote in the midterms — 70 percent compared with 52 percent of those who do see such a loss.


And the numbers of Americans who say they're certain they'll vote in November, across the board, paint a dire picture for Democrats clinging to hope that they'll retain majorities in Congress after the midterms. At the basic partisan level, 74 percent of Republicans say they'll vote in November while just 62 percent of Democrats say the same. Americans who believe abortion should be illegal are more certain to vote (66 percent) than those who say it should be legal (55 percent).
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Out-Of-State Democrats Pay Millions To Influence Kansas Election Because Abortion Is On The Ballot



The anti-amendment campaign group raised $6.54 million during the approximate half-year reporting period, of which 71 percent of the donations came from out of state and only 29 percent came from in-state sources. In contrast, the Value Them Both Campaign received donations of $4.69 million during the same time period, with less than 1 percent of the donations originating from out-of-state and more than 99 percent of the donors residing in Kansas.

One would think Kansas politicians would resent such out-of-state influence, but rather than condemn the outsiders’ interference in a matter of state law, Kansas Democrat Sen. Cindy Holscher attacked Catholic churches and dioceses in Kansas for donating money to support the Value Them Both Campaign. In a Friday op-ed for the Kansas City Star, titled “Kansas Constitutional Amendment on Abortion is a Bailout for the Catholic Church,” Holscher argued the church doesn’t “value them both.” “No,” she wrote, the support for the amendment “is the church valuing its bottom line.”


Beyond Holscher’s dizzying logic and nonsensical thesis that Kansas Catholic churches want to ban abortion in their state so they won’t lose more pro-abortion parishioners — yes, that truly is her argument — the Kansas senator completely ignores the donations made by the Planned Parenthood Action Fund ($850,000) and Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes ($492,000) to the Kansans for Constitutional Freedom campaign. Now there you have a money motive.

Even more appalling is the false framing of the amendment Holscher posed in her op-ed, inaccurately claiming that “the Legislature currently has the power to pose limits on abortion. To date, there are dozens of restrictions. What the Legislature can’t do is ban the procedure, as the Kansas Constitution currently guarantees access. That’s what this amendment is about, contrary to the confusing language that appears on the ballot.”
 
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