A professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles defended California’s law which mandates that pro-life crisis pregnancy center refer to abortion clinics, according to the student newspaper. But she did more than defend the law. Professor Judy Battaglia, a communication studies professor, insulted pro-lifers.

“These centers are not pro-women or pro-health, or even ‘pro-life’ — when we talk about whose ‘life matters’ and at what stage — but, poseurs who are pro-forced birth,” she said. “The law should not be re-evaluated. Licensed clinics need to post a notice about publicly funded family planning centers even if they are pro-life or religiously motivated clinics.”

She further posited that the law doesn’t infringe on pro-lifers’ First Amendment right to speech, and the law is necessary so women can make informed decisions about their pregnancy.

The law is currently being reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Full story at Cardinal Newman Society.