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Idaho Planned Parenthood Sues to Let Non-Licensed People Perform Abortions

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Planned Parenthood of Idaho has sued the state in attempt to allow non-medical doctors to perform abortions.

“The lawsuit filed December 14 by the abortion company and Seattle-based feminist group Legal Voice argues that an Idaho law requiring that a licensed physician perform abortions is unconstitutional” according to LifeSiteNews.

Legal Voice portrays itself as a women’s rights group in all aspects of life, focusing primarily the abortion issue. As if abortions weren’t dangerous enough, the group has taken it upon themselves to challenge the state law that required Medical Doctors to perform abortions.

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The group and Planned Parenthood are bringing forth legislation that would allow “medical professionals” such as nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurse midwives to provide abortions. Seven states plus D.C. already allow non-physicians to perform abortions, many of which also allow partial-birth abortions, according to Guttmacher.

According to LifeSiteNews, a plaintiff in the case, Mary Stark who previously lived in Idaho is currently a nurse practitioner in Oregon and expresses her disapproval with the lack of abortion availability in Idaho. Stark is dismayed with the idea that abortions are not readily available every day of the week in any of the five abortion factories across the state.

In referencing a ‘woman’ in need of an immediate abortion, Stark states:  “The woman would have to decide, ‘Can I rearrange my life around that one day or do I have to continue this pregnancy?’”  Being that Stark is a nurse practitioner in Oregon – where she can legally perform select abortions – that apparently gives her the credibility to petition the Idaho legislator to change its state laws.

Interestingly, the pro-abortion side advocates that abortion is a “medical procedure”, yet are now pushing that it be performed by those under-qualified to do so. The lack of safety precautions on abortions being pushed by Planned Parenthood illuminates their overall goal: money making.

Allowing ineligible personnel to perform abortions is a sure fire way to lead to the creation of Gosnell clinics across the map. And let’s not forget the lack of reporting regulations nationally required on botched abortions. The compilation of these medical safety red flags in the abortion procedure that the pro-death side is trying to administer is concerning for the health of women.

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University of Pennsylvania Workers Overwhelmingly Support the Democrat Party

From Top to Bottom Universities are in the Tank for Democrats

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Employees at the University of Pennsylvania are overwhelmingly in the tank for the Democrat Party.

Ophelia Jacobson of Campus Reform reported that University of Pennsylvania employees contributed to Democrat candidates, campaigns, and organizations between 2019 and 2020. Campus Reform was able to gather the data by turning to the Federal Election Commission.

Per the Campus Reform analysis, a whopping 97.6 percent of campaign contributions in 2019 and 2020 made by Penn instructors, staff, and administrators were sent to “Democratic organizations, candidates, and their campaigns.” Some of these groups and causes included ActBlue, Win the Era PAC, Biden for President, and MoveOn Political Action.

The remaining 2.4 percent of contributions went to Republican causes. These included WinRed, Donald J. Trump for President, and the Republican National Committee.

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To get more specific, of the 715 donations that Penn faculty members made, just 11 were sent to Republican candidates, institutions or campaigns. This number represented 1.5 percent of campaign contributions pitched in by faculty members. The remaining 98.4 percent of donations were sent to Democrat causes.

Staff contributions showed similar trends. 97.6 percent of contributions were sent to Democrat campaigns, candidates, or organizations, whereas 2.4 percent were sent to Republicans.

Penn administrators donated 731 times during the time-frame of 2019 and 2020. Curiously, 21 of those 731 contributions (2.8 percent) were only made to Republican causes and the remainder (97.1 percent) were sent to Democrat causes.

This analysis reported that ActBlue was the principal organization that Penn workers donated to as far as Democrats institutions were concerned. In contrast, WinRed was the largest recipient of donations of all the Republican organizations.

Just another case of an American institution of higher learning being filled with leftist staff across the board. Let’s face it, universities are a magnet for the Left and work to perpetuate such a political paradigm.

Conservatives should take note. These institutions and the drones who work for them are the enemy. In light of this, the Right should aim to defund public universities and make sure to attend alternative educational institutions if possible. These institutions do not deserve a single penny from right wingers.

 

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