Published: April 21, 2022 Noon EST
(4 minute read)
In another attempt to appease the radical Left feminazi fanbase that line the streets of downtown Los Angeles wearing pink “pu**y” hats – that every Women’s Day demand equal pay, the same opportunities as men, and “reproductive rights,” – the Democrat super majority in Sacramento drafted legislation that would not only give women the “right” to have late-term abortions (AB 2223), but now with SB 1142, the law would effectively allocate taxpayer dollars to sponsor low income women from other states that restrict abortion access to instead come to California for the procedure.
The bill, authored by two women and co-authored by another 10 Democrat Assemblymembers and Senators, is a symbolic nothingburger because Governor Gavin Newsom not only made abortions free under Medi-Cal, but he signed legislation that prohibits the state from interfering if a woman wants to receive the procedure. With a majority of Californians being “pro-choice” this should have been enough of a “win” to satisfy everyone right? Wrong. The greed and corruption runs so deep in Sacramento that when I researched why our politicians are so fixated on killing babies it always came back to money. First, let’s look at some numbers:
- As of 2017, there were 106 Planned Parenthoods operational in the state of California accounting for 17% of all clinics in the country.
- Of the 2.4 million nationwide PP customers, 850k are residents of the state – that’s 35%.
- PP affiliates in California receive 71% of their income from taxpayers as compared to 41% in other states.
As you can see abortion is big business in California. They will use this bill to increase the workload at their clinics and ask for more money after being “short staffed.” The bill allocates funds to create a website to include all of the following information and resources:
(A) A person’s legally protected rights to an abortion under state law.
(B) The location of abortion providers or links to the information in the state. Location information shall be posted and updated in a manner that allows people to easily identify the health care providers that provide abortion in the state.
(C) Practical support services, such as airfare, lodging, ground transportation, gas money, meals, dependent childcare, doula support, and translation services, to help a person access and obtain an abortion.
(D) Payment support resources, including coverage options, state programs, and other assistance that is available to help people with the cost of the abortion procedure.
(E) General description of the available types of abortion.
(F) Information to combat misinformation and disinformation, and ensure that people have comprehensive and medically accurate counseling and support services.
(G) Any other information or resources that will assist an individual seeking comprehensive and accurate information about exercising their legal right to abortion and accessing abortion services in the state.
As if search engines don’t already exist. But also, here is the kicker; along with this useless website, there is a newly created slush fund called the Abortion Practical Support Fund.
“Practical support” being subsection ‘C’ above: direct assistance, such as airfare, lodging, ground transportation, gas money, meals, dependent childcare, doula support, and translation services, to help a person access and obtain an abortion.
All funded by the California taxpayer, an abortion tourism fund, with millions being wasted on:
Abortion navigators, patient navigators, and community health workers services.
Case management support.
Costs associated with training volunteers and staff in the provision of practical support services to abortion patients.
Costs associated with enabling grantees that meet the requirements of this section to assist people with practical support services, including staffing and administrative costs.
Costs associated with coordinating practical support services, abortion providers, and other support services.
Public research institutions in California that conduct research on reproductive health, law, and policy, including research on abortion, contraception, and pregnancy. Grants awarded pursuant to this paragraph shall be used for research to support equitable access to abortion, including, but not limited to, any of the following:
To identify unmet educational and health needs related to abortion services which take into account community preferences for types of abortion services and level of care.
Accurately assess the needs and preferences of people experiencing barriers to sexual and reproductive health, including abortion care.
Evaluate, track, and assess progress and impact of any program, policies, and innovations proposed as part of the recommendations of the California Future of Abortion Council.
And to top it all off, none of the money granted is going to be audited as long as you meet qualifications. From the bill: “An application for a grant under this article and financial reporting by grantees are exempt from disclosure under the California Public Records Act (Division 10 (commencing with Section 7920.000) of Title 1 of the Government Code).”
Abortion in itself is a vehemently evil act, but what’s even more evil is the slimy California legislators trying to monopolize it in our state. The pro-life movement across the country needs to step in and assist us here on the frontlines because we are the minority. Sixty percent of Americans don’t want their tax dollars funding abortion services, and I think that number will increase if we illuminate the wickedness and corruption of the abortion lobby and business.
Abortion is eugenics at its core. Politicians say they want to help poor women procure abortions to escape tough circumstances, but this is not a solution.