Last week, the Biden administration announced a new website which is designed to direct young girls on how to obtain an abortion without parental consent.
According to Townhall, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, led by Xavier Becerra, published a website called ReproductiveRights.gov, which provides information detailing how to get an abortion and better yet, get others to pay for it.
The website tells visitors that the killing of unborn children is a “right,” which flies in opposition to the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, ruling that there is no constitutional right to abortion.
“Your right to access abortion services: Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, access to abortion will depend on the state you live in even more than ever before,” the HHS website stated. Well at least the Biden administration got that much right.
The website initially tries to detract from their true mission and mentions support for pregnant and parenting mothers, including prenatal care and breastfeeding services. However the true mission of the website is to promote abortion and birth control.
The website directs users to a secondary website, AbortionFinder.org, and provides information about how to get an abortion and how to get U.S. taxpayers and independent groups, otherwise known as NGOs, to pay for it.
Further, the website instructs girls under the age of 18, commonly referred to as minors, how to circumvent parental involvement laws and get abortions without parental knowledge or consent.
In addition, the website directs minor females who don’t want their parents involved, or who may be getting pressured into an abortion by their abusers, to contact the Repro Legal Helpline, which helps teens obtain get consent to kill their unborn child from a bureaucrat—in other words a judge—instead of a parent.Besides pushing actual surgical abortions, the website also pushes the “morning after” pill and other abortion drugs to women of all ages, claiming they are “safe and effective.”
Full story at Law Enforcement Today.