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Eric Schneiderman, the now ex-AG of New York, and Planned Parenthood’s bizarre response

by | May 9, 2018

By Carol Tobias, President

Editor’s note. This appears in the May digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share this 41-page issue with your pro-life friends and family.

Eric Schneiderman
Photo: Attorney General office

Amazing… and disgusting. Eric Schneiderman, the pro-abortion Attorney General of New York, resigned Monday after The New Yorker shared the story of four women who accused him of physical and verbal abuse.

According to the article, one of the women “told several friends about the abuse. A number of them advised her to keep the story to herself, arguing that Schneiderman was too valuable a politician for the Democrats to lose.”

Schneiderman claimed to be a proud champion of women’s rights and vigorously defended abortion. In an effort to silence pro-life counselors outside a New York abortion facility, he stated, “We are not a nation where you can choose your point of view, choose your facts, and choose your laws.”

Evidently Schneiderman is convinced only his point of view is relevant! And as the chief law enforcement official in the state government, it appears clear he believes the law is for other people.

As an activist Democrat, Schneiderman attacked President Donald Trump with a passion matched only by his sanctimonious tone. He aggressively challenged many Trump administration policies, which is his right.

But consider a tweet from last October where Schneiderman went so far as to write, “No one is above the law, and I’ll continue to remind President Trump and his administration of that fact every day.”

Whether abortion or administration policy, Schneiderman thinks the law should be whatever he decides it should be.

After Schneiderman announced his resignation, Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to the President, tweeted, “Gotcha.”

As amazing and disgusting as Schneiderman’s behavior was, consider this from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the nation’s largest abortion provider. PPFA replied to Conway, telling her to “delete your account.”

In Twitter lingo that is basically meant as a biting insult, that your opinion is of no consequence and you shouldn’t be spouting your nonsense.

The details these four women shared of Schneiderman’s actions and words are revolting. And yet, PPFA was defending him so they could attack Conway.

PPFA wants everyone to believe their primary concern is “helping women.” They have proven, once again, that they don’t care about unborn babies or women.

Disgusting? Absolutely!

Surprising? Absolutely not!

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