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Welcome to The Vine, where every week I strive to bring you updates from around the pro-life community to help you keep up with the ever constant battle to save lives. If you aren’t plugged-in, it is my sincere hope that The Vine will allow you to get familiar with those on the front lines and find your place among them.
Beginning today, close to 3,000 people will be online learning how to perform abortions according to WORLD News Group (WNG). The class, which is being offered by the University of California, San Francisco, is the first of its kind and hopes that the free education will lead to greater accessibility of abortions. Of course, as the WNG post points out, lack of education isn’t the reason why abortion rates have been declining. In fact, “although 97 percent of OBGYNs had encountered a woman who desired an abortion, only 14 percent agreed to carry out the procedure.” Doctors understand that there are two lives at stake and, having taken an oath to protect lives, are understandably not willing to kill one for the convenience of the other. Additionally, the majority of Americans do not support unrestricted abortions no matter how many people take an online course to perform them. The realty is that doctors and the public are already educated and that is why the pro-abortion movement is getting so desperate.
Although the online abortion class is six weeks long, one can assume they will leave out the inconvenient facts related to abortion giant Planned Parenthood. On top of repeatedly covering up sex abuse while giving dangerous advice about sex, Planned Parenthood also supports forced abortions in China. Revealed at Life Site News, due to the pro-abortion Obama administration, tax dollars funding the United Nations Population Fund and International Planned Parenthood actually leave all Americans footing the bill for gendercide in China. To anyone that keeps up with the ongoing atrocities that take place at the hands of Planned Parenthood, their involvement in China’s one-child policy is not surprising. What remains to be a mystery, however, is how feminist groups continue to rationalize supporting such an obviously anti-feminist organization.