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Abortionist Attended Med School That Doesn’t Teach Abortions

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An Arkansas abortionist is angry that her choice of medical school did not teach the abortion procedure when she attended.

Stephanie Ho attended University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock where she hoped to fulfill her dream of providing abortions (because that’s what every little kid wants to be when they grow up). In attending this medical school of her choice, Ho states that “over four years, the most exposure we got to the topic [of abortion] was a half-hour guest lecture”, according to her letter to the Washington Post.

Ho’s Residency at UAMS in Fort Smith consisted of her finally getting to learn about the life-ending procedure. “Third-year residents could pursue an elective rotation, and I was determined to learn how to perform an abortion”, she states. Ho asked to go on rotation at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado where she could learn the abortion procedure – which she faced pushback on, “the residency director said it was not an appropriate elective for a family medicine resident” and that the program did not allow for out-of-state rotations. Determined, Ho stated that other student’s went out-of-state for rotations and was granted the access.

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Distraught from the pushback she faced on learning how to end a heartbeat, Ho refused to attend graduation – she sure showed them. Upon entering the workforce and failing to find an employer that would allow abortions, Ho opened up her own practice in Arkansas – that failed. After filling in periodically for Planned Parenthood, Ho eventually joined PP full time where only medical abortions are allowed because of “medically unnecessary and insulting restrictions” are implemented.

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Ho states that, “the path to becoming an abortion provider can be extraordinarily frustrating”. Infuriated that the state she lives in protects little lives, Ho would rather be a voice for women electing to end their pregnancies. “Today, I am one of four physicians regularly providing abortions in Arkansas, which is home to 1.5 million women. Who else is going to speak up for them?”

Pregnant women – who, in fact, have a voice – legally have the right to get abortions in other states. Ho would rather silence those fighting to end abortion in her state. Since Ho can only administer the abortion pill, she has decided to relay the false notion that the abortion reversal pill cannot be used, “I’m legally required to hand out pamphlets filled with falsehoods about how the mifepristone pill, which ends a pregnancy, can be ‘reversed’.”

In fact, the abortion pill reversal “show(s) that APR has a 64-68% success rate” when taken 24-72 hours after the first abortion pill is taken. Women deserve even better than the abortion pill – at the very least they deserve to know medically accurate information about the abortion pill reversal.

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Michael Bloomberg Insulted the Intelligence of American Farmers in 2016

The metropolitan elite claims anyone can be a farmer. But not a coder.

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Michael Bloomberg spoke of American terms in dismissive terms in 2016, claiming that they performed simple and easy labor and stating that they could not perform a computer coder’s job.

I could teach anybody – even people in this room, no offense intended – to be a farmer,” Bloomberg said at Oxford University’s Said School of Business. “It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. You could learn that.

Anyone with a passing familiarity of agriculture could quite easily debunk Bloomberg’s reaching oversimplification. Farming is an ancient trade that involves generations of wisdom, requiring knowledge of planting practices, soil quality, and yield estimates, not mentioning the additional discipline of animal husbandry.

Not satisfied with his first display of white collar elitism, Bloomberg went on to slight manufacturing workers and tradesmen.

Then we had 300 years of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal in the lathe, you turn the crank in direction of an arrow, and you can have a job.

It’d probably be pretty funny to see the Wall Street investment banker and former New York City mayor work as a machinist for a day.

He went on to clarify that working as a coder represents the peak utilization of human intellectual capacity.

He said programming is “fundamentally different, because it’s built around replacing people with technology and the skill sets you need to learn are how to think and analyze and that is a whole degree level different, you need to have different skill set. You have to have a lot more gray matter.

Computer programming does provide great utility to society, as do farmers and welders. Bloomberg seems inherently ignorant of the benefits different skill sets provide to America.

Considering he’s trying to buy the presidency, Bloomberg nominally hopes to win states with large rural populations such as Ohio and Pennsylvania in 2020. If so, he’s probably hoping his dismissive remarks will go straight down the memory hole with his widely unpopular stop-and-frisk policies as mayor.

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