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.
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.
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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LGBT RUN AMOK: Disney Introduces Two Gay Dads as Characters on ‘Ducktales’ Show
The LGBT agenda is coming for the souls of the children.
The LGBT agenda is being disseminated through the mass media much more frequently, and Disney is happy to do the agenda’s bidding as children are being groomed and indoctrinated by this community.
The latest example of this phenomenon comes on the Disney Channel program DuckTales. A character on the show, Violet was revealed as having two gay dads on the season three premiere of the program.
According to the pro-LGBT propaganda mill Pink News, DuckTales executive Frank Angones referenced Violet’s two gay dads in a Tumblr post last year.
“As with all of our characters, we had a lot of conversations about who Violet was and what her background was and came up with this fun notion of her too enthusiastic, overly supportive dads who love being dads,” Angones wrote in Nov. 2018.
“We didn’t really have a story built around them, but when the time came for an episode focusing on Huey and Violet in a particular situation, it made sense that they would be there,” he added.
Angones used the LGBT newspeak in his blog post to indicate that he is apart of the child-focused “movement.”
“I’m well aware that the ‘queer representation through parents and background characters’ trope is an issue, and we’ve sort of stumbled backwards into a lot of heteronormative romances in this show,” he wrote.
Angones mentioned that there are “specific hoops you have to jump through to make changes to established Disney characters” and then added: “That’s really no excuse… we really have not done enough relevant LGBTQ+ rep.”
“We do have some themes and ideas coming up that address relevant LGBTQ+ narratives. But there’s always opportunity for a lot more; I don’t want a cop out and a cookie for saying ‘look at this one thing we did!” he wrote.
Angones confirmed that there will be similar propaganda in children’s programming on the Disney Channel in the years to come, as the LGBT agenda tries to lure precocious kids into their way of life.
“I know this response is a bit of a bummer, but I didn’t want to lead anyone on. But please believe, as I’ve said before, I’m dedicated to being better and finding new opportunities for three dimensional representation, on this show and the next and the next,” he wrote.
Angones may have something in common with a former Disney executive who targeted children and was sentenced to prison for lascivious acts with a 7-year-old girl:
Michael Laney, 73, was acquitted on three counts of first-degree rape and three counts of first-degree sex abuse, but was unable to escape conviction on four counts of first-degree sexual abuse. He will serve 81 months in prison as a punishment for his sex crimes made on a seven-year-old girl.
Despite his conviction, his lawyers are still maintaining Laney’s innocence.
“The character of the evidence is just stories, and the strength of those stories is exceedingly low,” attorneys Stephen Houze and Jacob Houze wrote in a statement.
They are also appealing for sympathy for this convicted child sex abuser, citing Laney’s wife’s alleged Parkinson’s disease as reasons for even more leniency.
“Sentencing Mr. Laney to any amount of incarceration, much less an actuarial true life sentence, disproportionately impacts him more than a defendant without those personal characteristics,” Houze wrote in a statement.
Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Charles Mickley believes the claims made by Laney’s attorneys are “peculiarly offensive and insulting” to the victim.
“Defendant wholly ignores the compelling evidence of his guilt presented at trial, including the evidence of his longstanding sexual interest in children,” Mickley wrote.
Court documents show that the abuse began in 2009, and it continued for at least two years as Laney was apparently a serial offender. Another individual reported being abused but it could not be proven in the court of law.
Children’s cartoons have been weaponized into LGBT PR and the worst propaganda is yet to come.
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