Gross irresponsibility hardly is sufficient to cover the reaction to a federally funded children’s hospital that is operating a clinic in Colorado Springs. Children as young as 12 are receiving free birth control, the “morning after pill”, and even intrauterine devices under the law without their parents knowing about it.
The hospital website touts their services by posting, “It’s all free and totally on your terms. Sex is fun. But it’s also not something to mess around with. If you’re having sex, or planning on it, we are here to help”.
Imagine parents not being advised that their child is engaging in activity that could increase their health risks immeasurably. According to Bob Enyart of Colorado Right to Life, in an interview given to OneNewsNow, Mr. Enyart called the situation as “really out of control”.
“Children’s Hospital Colorado is giving medical treatment to children as young as 12-years of age, and that includes an abortifacient pill called Plan B, the morning –after-pill,” stated Enyart.
The Washington Post received severe criticism by claiming to fact check a statement by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla) on “The Sean Hannity Show” May 14th when Rubio stated that the majority of scientists believe life begins at conception. The majority of embryologists believe that life is created when a sperm and egg combine to create a genetically distinct individual.http://www.christianpost.com/news/marco-rubio-mentions-when-life-begins-according-to-science-washington-post-looks-for-answers-with-pro-abortion-group-120140/
In a sloppy rebuttal to Rubio from the Washington Post, reporter Philip Bump wrote an article called “The Fix” which he claimed to check with scientists on whether Rubio’s claim was correct factually. While claiming to check with sources, it appears all Bump checked with was an activist of a pro-legalized-abortion organization, an issue never mentioned in his article. Bump ignores all of the scientific consensus from the embryo experts.
Perhaps the most glaring contradiction of the abortion industry is The Center for Reproductive Rights or CRR, sent a letter to the United Nations claiming that the pro-life movement is promoting torture by taking a stand against abortion.
In the irony of all ironies, the CRR which promotes the slaughter of defenseless babies actually has the audacity to claim the pro-life movement is committing torture and should be classified as such under the United Nations’ Convention Against Torture.
The abortion industry’s best defense is to lie, distort, and misrepresent the real issues concerning the abortion question.
The only hope of the abortion industry is to keep the pro-life supporters on the defensive, even if trickery and deceit are the tools used to draw attention away from the immorality of abortion.
The more facts that come out from medical experts, the more the stench of abortion reeks in the nostrils of those looking to prove the inequity of truth regarding abortion.