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The Abortion Lobby hates Pregnancy Help Centers. Here’s why

by | Nov 4, 2022

By Dave Andrusko

Can you imagine anything that what would scare pro-abortion Democrats more than the movement in large numbers of Latinos  voting for Republicans? Frankly, I can’t.

Measurements are notoriously incomplete, but at least 35% of Latinos say they will vote for Republicans this year. Very recently Democrats enjoyed as much as a 40 point advantage.

We’ve written a boatload of stories about how much pro-abortionists hate—HATE—pregnancy help centers. They tout “choice,” but will do anything to stifle PHCs, including laws that have only one objective: to make it impossible to do their saintly work, to give women a choice. 

Disproportionately of limited means, Latinas benefit enormously from the work of Pregnancy Help Centers.

The closer we get to November 8th the louder these pro-abortion voices become. Take “Latinas have long been targeted by abortion misinformation. It’s getting worse, experts say.” Written by Adrianna Rodriguez, the subhead is “The Latino community has been targeted by false information that’s meant to discourage abortions. Ahead of midterm elections, experts are raising the alarm.”

Of course “false information” includes anything they don’t like. For example, the use of fetal models.

“Anti-abortion advocates also are capitalizing on the moment to push old ads with false claims, Bolaños Perea said. The most prevalent include misinformation and disinformation about fetal development.  …

“These images are emotionally charged, and by putting them on these pamphlets they’re forcing the patient to assign personhood to a pregnancy that she isn’t thinking of in that way,” she said. “It’s very manipulative.”

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! Minimizing the humanity of the unborn; lying about what features the baby possesses even early in pregnancy; pretending chemical abortions won’t hurt incredibly—distortion and misinformation are the Abortion Industry’s stock in trade.

Rodriguez continue

Other misleading sites warn against “post-abortion syndrome,” a fabricated form of depression, and promote “abortion reversals.” Previous research confirms women who have abortions are not at a higher risk of mental health issues compared to those who carry out an unwanted pregnancy, and abortions cannot be reversed. 

Nothing will convince them that women can and will experience emotional aftershocks from an abortion. Nothing. Consider this. When a woman undergoes a chemical abortion, imagine what she feels when she faces the realistic possibility of seeing her dead baby’s remains.

As for Abortion Pill Reversal, we’ve debunked the myth that APR doesn’t work probably 75 times. As Kim Hayes wrote

Reversal entails prescribing bioidentical progesterone to counter the first abortion drug. It is an update application of a treatment used since the 1950s to combat miscarriage. 

Statistics from the Abortion Pill Rescue® Network (APRN) show that more than 3,500 lives have been saved through Abortion Pill Reversal.

More than 150 women call the APRN each month seeking reversal of the abortion pill, Dr. George Delgado [medical advisor to APRN ]explained on a recent broadcast of the OANN In Focus program.

“This is a large number of women,” Delgado said, “and we know that over 3,000 babies have been documented to be born after successful abortion pill reversals.”

 Now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned, the need for Pregnancy Help Centers is greater than ever. And they won’t allow pro-abortion lies to stand in the way.