Elizabeth Warren Just Crossed The Line On Life

Democrats continue to seek ways of protecting abortion in light of the end of Roe v. Wade. Some have launched lawsuits. Others are making threats against pro-life groups.

Radical leftists have vandalized and firebombed pro-life centers. But now, Senator Elizabeth Warren is going overboard in her efforts to protect abortion.

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From Twitter:

Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren: “We need to put a stop” to crisis pregnancy centers “right now.”

Elizabeth Warren was heard talking about putting “a stop” to centers that aid women who are pregnant.

Crisis pregnancy centers provide care and medical attention to women who are unexpectedly pregnant. They offer support and help to young women, scared and alone.

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They not only provide ultrasounds to show proof of life to these new mothers, they provide physical, medical, emotional and spiritual care.

Clearly, these centers offer an alternative to abortion. So, abortion advocates go after them all the time.

It’s pretty shocking to hear a senator attack centers that provide free care and help for women.

Don’t Democrats care about women? And aren’t they for “choice”? How is closing pregnancy centers “right now” going to help women who choose to keep their babies?

It appears Warren is less concerned with helping women and more concerned with pressuring them to get abortions.

After all, if there are no crisis pregnancy centers helping women, a large portion of young pregnant women will have little choice but to do what Warren wants.

Now, why would a person who is “pro-choice” think that way?

Perhaps she isn’t pro-choice at all? Her “pro-choice” position might actually be a pro-abortion, pro-death stance.

Maybe she is more concerned with keeping the business of abortion going.  After all, Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers donate millions to Democrat campaigns.

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