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US Health Officials Answer to United Nations, Promise Swift Action to Help Black Women Get More Abortions

by | Aug 16, 2022 | Abortion, News, Politics, Social-Issues, Video | 0 comments

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Just a couple of decades ago, it would be unthinkable that the United States of America would ever have to sit in the hot seat to be grilled by South Africa or other corrupt, under-developed nations—or any nation for that matter. And what’s worse, we’re being grilled by this hostile organization over our internal affairs on abortion laws.

Why do we have to answer to the United Nations?

You can thank Beijing Biden for that. Last week, the Biden admin sent Jessica Swafford Marcella, the deputy assistant secretary for population affairs in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), to Geneva to answer South Africa’s Faith Tlakula’s questions about our abortion laws in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to strike Roe v. Wade.

Tlakula said that the U.S. decision was “a major setback after five decades of protection for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the U.S. through Roe v. Wade, and as a serious regression of an existing right that will jeopardize women’s health and lives” and asked, “what measures have been taken to address the impact of intersectional discrimination and systemic racism on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of racial and ethnic minorities?”

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She also asked what measures have been taken to ensure minority women have access to interstate travel to states that allow abortions.

Marcella assured the United Nations that the Biden administration is “acting swiftly” to ensure that black women and other minorities have increased access to abortion.

“First and foremost, we are focused on increasing access to medication abortion, because the autonomy of women to be able to take medication that supports abortion care is essential,” Marcella said.

If this isn’t government-sanctioned eugenics, then what is it? God will judge the nations for this horrific action.

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